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LX2160A Package support

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deepanrajanbara
Contributor IV

Hi,

We are planning to use LX2160A as our network processor.

We wanted to know does the LX2160A software supports DPDK driver package.

Is it possible to integrate our custom application along with L2/L3 stack and run the combined application.

Does it have a existing  backhaul connectivity application.

Please share the link from which we can download and start building our uboot, kernel and application.

Thank you,

Deepanraj.A

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deepanrajanbara
Contributor IV

By Backhaul application  we mean using the Ethernet interface as a WAN or LAN depending upon the use case.

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ufedor
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Please read the Layerscape Software Development Kit User Guide.

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deepanrajanbara
Contributor IV

Please let us know PCIe Gen2 and Gen3 drivers are supported in this kernel which is provided along with the package

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ufedor
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Yes, PCIe Linux Driver host bridge support code is compiled into the kernel

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deepanrajanbara
Contributor IV

How to flash the Binary from the PC into the EVK/Custom Board is there any specific tool like mfg tool or uuu like the programming tool for  imx processor.

What are the images need to be programmed at the beginning i.e if a new board need to be programmed. In our case emmc is the boot media. How to program from my PC to the Board(LX2160A)

Also let us know, Where the cross-compiler will be located for LX2160A

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ufedor
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

NXP CodeWarrior IDE can be used in all mentioned use cases.

The CW Flash Programmer is used to program ob-board flash memories.

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deepanrajanbara
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In case if needed to compile the application in command line where can i get the cross compiler. Since am not able to find any cross-compiler when i downloaded the flex-builder the NXP

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ufedor
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

After installing LSDK, the cross compiler is deployed in /usr/bin/aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc.

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deepanrajanbara
Contributor IV

Thank you for the support.

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ufedor
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

DPDK is supported - refer to the LSDK Documentation:

Supported platforms and platform-specific details 

You wrote:

Please share the link from which we can download and start building our uboot, kernel and application.

Layerscape SDK | NXP 

Concerning LSDK 1909 generation please refer to the attached slides.

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deepanrajanbara
Contributor IV

Does the Package have existing backhaul connectivity application or sample application.

Where can we refer inorder to create a backhaul application

Thank you,

Deepanraj.A

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ufedor
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Have you read the Layerscape Software Development Kit User Guide concerning the DPDK example application?

Which exactly functionality you intend to implement in the "backhaul application"?

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