On Thu, 2005-01-20 at 21:15 +0100, Karel Gardas wrote:
> On Thu, 20 Jan 2005, Karel Gardas wrote:
> > > I would say that your safest and most easiest way forward is to use the
> > > 3c509 in it's "powered on" configuration, and set the RTEMS driver to
> > > use it at that IO/IRQ without the automagic probe.
> > I will certainly give it a try.
> Well, it seems I've got things to the shape when initialization and driver
> attaching goes well and RTEMS seems to got it.
> Unfortunatelly, when trying to open connection from host to guest while
> using proper user-net command-line parameters, I see this debug output
> comming from Qemu:
> tcm509_receive: size=58
> packet dhost=00:00:00:00:00:00, padr=21:03:76:12:09:75
> padr_match result=0 (rx_filter=0x0007)
> That's just snipped from more such lines, basically they just repeat.
You have the debug code enabled. You should undef TCM_DEBUG
Are you able to set an IP address and get it talking?
> From looking into the source code, it seems dhost is destination host
> ethernet address and I just wonder why is it set to zeros when it should
> be 21:03:76:12:09:75. Do you think I should blame my changes or better
> overlooking of some places where I should setup ethernet address in the
> RTEMS driver, or is this just another issue with your 3c509 emulation?
> Karel Gardas kgardas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Antony T Curtis, BSc. UNIX, Linux, *BSD, Networking
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