11-28-2010 08:58 PM
I had problem in ethernet.If anybody worked on ehternet please get back to me.I want some suggestions to solve my problem..........
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11-28-2010 10:46 PM
You have posted in these forums many many times. Please have some respect for these forums and the people from whom you solicit aid.
1. Post in the appropriate forum instead of the "General Technical Discussion" forum. The appropriate forum would be "Connectivity". The reason for having designated forums is simple: it allows users who are interested in ethernet (for example) to look and search in one place for information which is useful and interesting, allowing them to avoid browsing the vast majority of unrelated and uninteresting subjects. Respecting this forum structure is a simple courtesy. Please show respect to our hosts by respecting Xilinx' usage rules and guidelines.
2. When asking for help, you cannot and should not expect useful help if you don't trouble yourself to describe the problem at hand with (at least) minimal useful detail. Asking for help without describing the sort of help needed is wasteful of time and energy.
Maybe you are tired and frustrated, in which case you should get some rest and try again when your wits and patience are refreshed.
- Bob Elkind
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6 "It does not work" is not a question which can be answered. Provide useful details (with webpage, datasheet links, please).
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