Dmitry Slezkin

How to configure T4240 rev. 2.0 processor to 10GBASE-KR interface instead of XFI?

Discussion created by Dmitry Slezkin on Jun 30, 2016
Latest reply on Aug 1, 2016 by Dmitry Slezkin

Hello!

 

 

We are using the T4240 processor and our board has the 10GBASE-KR interface between SoC and PLD.

Previously used T4240RDB uses XFI interface which by default has incompatible settings with 10GBASE-KR.

I found that this mode can't be choosed completely by RCW and it is needed to change the SerDes2_LNxTECR0 to tune SoC peripherial mode.

I also found that the Linux kernel has a module "fsl_10gkr" which has the "tune_tecr0" function to perform the mode switch. But we don't know the case when this function called.

 

 

What is the proper way to change XFI settings to 10GBASE-KR. We have to write the register directly or may be it can be performed by some utility or kernel reconfigure?

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