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  1. Hi Zygot: Thank you so much for your feedback. As you had suggested I have tried to focus on debugging at packet level and observe the interfaces. Below are the things I have tried and my observations. 1) MDC/MDIO Interface: I probed MDC/MDIO interface of the PHY using an oscilloscope. As the PHY is different (Realtek on Genesys-2 board instead of Marvell on Xilinx board) I wanted to make sure that the change I had made in device tree to show the new device (PHY) address is working correctly. Observing the scope traces I was able to confirm the PHY is being addressed correctly. Software was polling PHY and reading from it's registers. PHY was providing the data. I am not sure whether Realtek and Marvell PHYs have the same register map ( I would think that it would be different). So it would be good if I can make sure that Realtek driver is being used in this Linux image I have build. But I don't know where to look to confirm this. 2) Packet Counters: On Linux command line prompt I typed 'ifconfig' to see the packet counters. This command shows the number of Tx and Rx packets along with more detailed information. I was able to see that the number of Tx and Rx packets is 0. In the field for errors I saw the number 4. My understanding is that when the ethernet link comes up DHCP starts and the Genesys-2 board will send a DISCOVER request to the DHCP server. But based on the packet counters it seems that nothing went out from the Ethernet port of Genesys-2. 3) Wireshark Packet Capture: To capture Ethernet packets that the other side would receive I had connected an ethernet cable to a PC and ran Wireshark to capture packets. I did not see any packets coming out of Genesys-2 in Wireshark capture. 4) Software Messages: I looked for messages in the following two places. a) Console While Ethernet link was coming up I saw the following message on the console. "xilinx_emaclite 40e00000.ethernet eth0: Link is Up - 100 Mbps/Full - flow control off udhcpc: sending discover ..... udhcpc: no lease failing" b) /var/log/messages file Since this file logs events of a Linux system I looked for messages there. I saw the following messages. "..NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth0 (xilinx_emaclite): transmit queue 0 timed out" I have limited knowledge of device drivers but from these messages it seems that the device driver is not correctly interacting with the hardware. Any suggestions on how to debug further from here? Thank you so much. Best regards,
  2. Hello Jpeyron, Cprian & Zygot: Thank you so much for your feedback. Following your suggestions I have completed the steps below. 1) Verified that XDC file and port mapping is correct. 2) Looked at the reference design from Digilent which uses an ethernet port. In this design I looked for timing constraints on RGMII pins. I did not see any specific timing constraints. Other sections of design like the memory interface are working. The only missing piece is the ethernet interface. 3) The Software I am running on our board is provided by Analog Devices. Please refer to the link below for information about the Software https://wiki.analog.com/resources/tools-software/linux-drivers/platforms/microblaze I am able to build this image and test it. But the ethernet interface does not come up. Link is up but the ethernet interface does not get a valid IP address while going through DHCP. I see the following messages ".....udhcpc: sending discover udhcpc: no lease failing ....." As I have mentioned below I have already updated the device tree to match the correct address of Realtek PHY that is used on Digilent Genesys-2 board (Xilinx Board uses Marvell PHY). Can you please guide me on how to debug an issue like this? What are the things to check? What can be causing this? We are at a crucial stage in our design. Please help us to get a resolution. Thank you so much. Best regards,
  3. Hello: I am unable to get Ethernet interface to work on Genesys-2 in my design which is migrated from a Xilinx board. I have a Microblaze based design that I am trying to port to Genesys-2 Board. This design is working on Xilinx KC705 evaluation board which uses the same Kintex-7 FPGA as Genesys-2. On this design I have Ethernet interface, DDR3 Interface and some other peripherals. We are using Linux for this design. This design was originally developed by another company and was used for evaluating their chip. It was developed on Xilinx evaluation board KC705. This company does not support any other evaluation board. I am hoping to get some help from forum experts to bring-up this design. For this design on Xilinx KC705 board after power up, downloading the bit file and running the SW from *.elf file we can open a PUTTY terminal and issue 'ifconfig' command to check whether the ethernet interface is up and which IP address it got. This works for Xilinx board. But the same does not work for Genesys-2 board, I can issue 'ifconfig' command but I don't see the ethernet interface active. I had looked for pinout differences and made changes accordingly. When I described the symptoms to the original authors of the design they said that because the PHY is different between the two boards I have to update the device tree. Below is the device tree from Xilinx KC705 design. Ethernet Device Tree axi_ethernet: [email protected] { compatible = "xlnx,xps-ethernetlite-1.00.a"; device_type = "network"; interrupt-parent = <&axi_intc>; interrupts = <1 0>; local-mac-address = [00 0a 35 00 00 02]; phy-handle = <&phy0>; reg = <0x40e00000 0x2000>; xlnx,duplex = <0x1>; xlnx,include-global-buffers = <0x1>; xlnx,include-internal-loopback = <0x0>; xlnx,include-mdio = <0x1>; xlnx,rx-ping-pong = <0x1>; xlnx,s-axi-id-width = <0x1>; xlnx,select-xpm = <0x1>; xlnx,tx-ping-pong = <0x1>; xlnx,use-internal = <0x0>; axi_ethernet_mdio: mdio { #address-cells = <1>; #size-cells = <0>; phy0: [email protected] { device_type = "ethernet-phy"; reg = <7>; }; }; }; PHY on Xilinx KC705 board is Marvell 88e1111. PHY on Genesys-2 is RealTek RTL8211E. The original authors of the design had suggested that at a minimum the line "reg = <7>;' should be changed for Genesys-2. My questions on the forum are below. 1) How should I modify the device tree for Ethernet for Genesys-2 board? 2) Does it seem that just changing the device tree for Ethernet will fix our issue? 3) Any suggestions on how to debug this issue? Thank you so much. Best regards,