[PATCH] remove vlan tags in CPSW dual emac mode

Mugunthan V N mugunthanvnm at ti.com
Mon Jul 15 13:02:59 EDT 2013

On 7/15/2013 9:20 PM, Mark Jackson wrote:
> On 15/07/13 13:45, Mugunthan V N wrote:
>> On 7/13/2013 12:55 AM, Mark Jackson wrote:
>>> On 12/07/13 19:35, Mugunthan V N wrote:
>>>> On 7/12/2013 7:27 PM, Mark Jackson wrote:
>>> [snip]
>>>>> Just to update this (old) thread ...
>>>>> I can still confirm that *without* the above patch, I am *unable* to use both network
>>>>> ports on our AM335x board.
>>> [snip]
>>>>> So I'm not sure what's wrong, but it's *definitely* not correct.
>>>> I am sure that current code in mainline works for Dual EMAC. I can test it
>>>> again and share the images with you if are interested. But had tested with DHCP
>>>> on both the interfaces.
>>> Hmmm ... well it's not working for me.  What hardware are you testing it on ?
>>> I tried DHCP to start with, and switched to static IP when that failed.
>>> Then I recalled this patch and re-applied it ... hey presto !!
>>> Markus, are you still using this patch ?
>> Today I have tested the Dual EMAC on my am335x-evmsk and its working fine with
>> net/master branch.
>> I had 3 patches additional to net/master in which two for basic boot of EVMsk
>> and one for enabling Dual EMAC. I had pushed the branch in the below repo
>> repo:
>> git://git.ti.com/~mugunthanvnm/ti-linux-kernel/mugunth-connectivity-linux-feature-tree.git
>> branch: dual-emac
> Okay ... I can't test that at the moment as I can only boot from MMC as there's
> currently no support for MMC booting in the mainline kernel.
> So ... the code works for you, but not for me.
> I guess the other difference is that I'm not using the same PHY (we use a 10/100
> SMSC 8710A, not the GbE Atheros part).
> Could that make any difference ?
> Markus, are you still seeing the same issue ?  What PHY are you using ?
There is no relation between what you used vs vlan aware mode in CPSW. I don't
have a board with SMSC phy. If I have I could have helped you to bring up Dual

Mugunthan V N

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