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davidzhou
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Hi,

Currently, I setup 8 receiving MBs from index 0 to 6. First 3 MBs is set to receive extended ID 0x0C20FF00 only, and next 3 MBs is setup to receive extended ID 0x0C21FF00 only. The last for any other extended ID.

The problem:

      0x0C20FF00 is always received in MB[0]. - as expected

      0x0C21FF00 and any other Ext IDs are received in MB[6]. - This is wrong. 0x0C21FF00  should be in MB[3].

If I set MB[6] to receive 0x0C22FF00 only, without any other changes,

      0x0C20FF00 is always received in MB[0]. - as expected

      0x0C21FF00 is received in MB[3]. - as expected.

      0x0C22FF00 is received in MB[6]. - as expected.

Suppose MB[3-5] have higher priority than MB[6]. 0x0C21FF00 should be in the MB[3] instead of MB[6] in the first case. Why in MB[6] instead?

Here is the setup:

pCanReg->MCR |= (uint32_t)CAN_MCR_SRXDIS_MASK ;    //Disable Self Reception

pCanReg->MCR |= (uint32_t)CAN_MCR_IRMQ_MASK ;    //Enable Individual Mask and queue

pCanReg->MCR &= (~(uint32_t)CAN_MCR_IDAM_MASK);    //Format A: One full ID (standard and extended) 

pCanReg->MCR     &= (~(uint32_t)CAN_MCR_RFEN_MASK); //Disable Rx FIFO   

pCanReg->CTRL2     &= (~(uint32_t)CAN_CTRL2_RFFN_MASK) ;

//Initialize the Rx Individual Mask Registers

for (uint8_t mb=0; mb<NUM_OF_MB_USED_RX; mb++) {

   FLEXCAN0_RXIMRn(mb) = g_dwMB_Masks[mb]; // 0: do not care 1: checked

}

pCanReg->MCR |= (uint32_t)CAN_MCR_SRXDIS_MASK ;    //Disable Self Reception

pCanReg->MCR |= (uint32_t)CAN_MCR_IRMQ_MASK ;    //Enable Individual Mask and queue

pCanReg->MCR &= (~(uint32_t)CAN_MCR_IDAM_MASK);    //Format A: One full ID (standard and extended) 

pCanReg->MCR     &= (~(uint32_t)CAN_MCR_RFEN_MASK); //Disable Rx FIFO   

pCanReg->CTRL2     &= (~(uint32_t)CAN_CTRL2_RFFN_MASK) ;

//Initialize the Rx Individual Mask Registers

for (uint8_t mb=0; mb<NUM_OF_MB_USED_RX; mb++) {

   FLEXCAN0_RXIMRn(mb) = g_dwMB_Masks[mb]; // 0: do not care 1: checked

}

uint32_t g_dwMB_Masks[NUM_OF_MB_USED_RX] = {

0x1FFFFF00, 0x1FFFFF00, 0x1FFFFF00,     //0-2: 0x0C20FF00 ( all SA ) 

0x1FFFFF00, 0x1FFFFF00, 0x1FFFFF00,     //3-5: 0x0C21FF00 ( all SA ) 

0x1FFFFF00,                             //6:

//6: if only for 0x0C22FF00, 3-5 Rx-ed ok

//6: if for any other Ext IDs, 0x0C21FF00 goes to MB[6]

Thank you,

David Zhou

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davidzhou
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I found the problem. It is in my processing code, which only MB[0] is read and processed. Other messages are not read and processed, which causes the corresponding MB full, and it goes to MB[6].

Thank you,

David

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davidzhou
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I found the problem. It is in my processing code, which only MB[0] is read and processed. Other messages are not read and processed, which causes the corresponding MB full, and it goes to MB[6].

Thank you,

David

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davidzhou
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Continued:

the CANx_CTRL2[RFFN] is ambiguous to me. Rx FIFO is disabled, and CANx_CTRL2[RFFN] is set to 0. But why the Number of Rx FIFO filters

is still 8, instead of 0, in the table [CANx_CTRL2 field descriptions] on Page 1656?

Thank you,

David

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