Shared-MAC and MAC-less Implementation in DPAA Linux Kernel Driver

Document created by Yiping Wang Employee on Oct 19, 2014
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      A shared-MAC device is one that can be used from two Linux and/or USDPAA partitions. Shared-MAC net device can be used in two scenarios, two or more Linux separate partitions under control of hypervisor(topaz), one Linux and one USDPAA running in the same partition.


      1. DPAA Ethernet Driver Types


      2. BMan Driver for shared-MAC and MAC-less port


      3. QMan Driver for shared-MAC and MAC-less port


      4. Running  Shared-MAC between USDPAA and Linux

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