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License with stack udp/ip or tcp/ip

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Dear all,

Which of these licenses have the stack udp / ip or tcp / ip?

 

1) 10G Ehernet MAC (ten_gig_eth_mac 15.1)

 

2) 10G Ethernet PCS/PMA (10GBASE-R/KR) ( ten_gig_eth_pcs_pma 6.0)

 

3) 10G Ethernet Subsystem (axi_teng_ethernet 3.1)

 

4) Tri Mode Ethernet MAC (tri_mode_ethernet_max 9.0)

 

5) AXI 1G/2.5G Ethernet Subsystem (axi_ethernet 7.1)

 

Also I would like to know if there was a datasheet for Tri Mode Ethernet MAC (tri_mode_ethernet_max 9.0)?
Because it's not easy to understand what the macros implement.

 

Best regards,
Andrea

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Hello @andreac_avnet,

 

These are all TCP/IP, therefore you need to make sure your machine has a valid IP address. FYI - floating licenses are using default TCP/IP port 2100. 
More info can be found in the flexNet publisher (Flexera) v11.14, if needed. 'fnp_LicAdmin.pdf' is what you need, which is available  once you obtain 'fnp_11.14.1.1_doclib.pdf' directly from Flexera. 

 

Hope this helps.

Kind Regards,
Anatoli Curran,
Xilinx Technical Support
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Hi @andreac_avnet,

 

For you first query, Are you looking for UDP/IP or TCP/IP core?

 

Please check this link for the Product Guide of Tri-Mode Ethernet MAC:https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/ip_documentation/tri_mode_ethernet_mac/v9_0/pg051-tri-mode-eth-mac.pdf

 

thanks,

Raj.

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Dear @rshekhaw,

Thanks for the reply.

 

Quick question: can you confirm that the link you gave me is the same as a datasheet for Xilinx ?

Because I think the customer already checked for that document (i'm not 100% sure anyway).

 

 

The customer is looking in particular for the udp/ip but he's asking even for the tcp/ip.

 

Best regards,
Andrea

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Hi @andreac_avnet,

 

The link i provided in my previous post is for the Product guide of Tri MAC Ethernet.

 

For UDP/IP, Here is the link of datasheet:

https://www.dgway.com/products/IP/UDP-IP/dg_udpip_data_sheet_xilinx_en.pdf

 

Thanks,

Raj Singh.

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Dear @rshekhaw,

Thanks for your reply.

So there is nothing about the TCP/IP ?

 

And I didn't get a response for my first query: "Which of these licenses have the stack udp / ip or tcp / ip?

 

1) 10G Ehernet MAC (ten_gig_eth_mac 15.1)

 

2) 10G Ethernet PCS/PMA (10GBASE-R/KR) ( ten_gig_eth_pcs_pma 6.0)

 

3) 10G Ethernet Subsystem (axi_teng_ethernet 3.1)

 

4) Tri Mode Ethernet MAC (tri_mode_ethernet_max 9.0)

 

5) AXI 1G/2.5G Ethernet Subsystem (axi_ethernet 7.1)

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I mean, I read the document you gave me, but it's not clear which one (or more) of these licenses have the stacks I asked for.

 

Best regards,
Andera

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Hello @andreac_avnet,

 

These are all TCP/IP, therefore you need to make sure your machine has a valid IP address. FYI - floating licenses are using default TCP/IP port 2100. 
More info can be found in the flexNet publisher (Flexera) v11.14, if needed. 'fnp_LicAdmin.pdf' is what you need, which is available  once you obtain 'fnp_11.14.1.1_doclib.pdf' directly from Flexera. 

 

Hope this helps.

Kind Regards,
Anatoli Curran,
Xilinx Technical Support
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Dear @anatoli and @rshekhaw,

I think I didn't explain the question correctly:

 

The question is if exists a full hardware (no microblaze) TCP/IP or UDP/IP stack implementation.

 

For example "Tri-Mode Ethernet MAC v9.0" seems to do not implement a TCP/IP stack.

 

Refer to  PG051 - pag. 14:

 

" The user side of the MAC is connected to a processor system through a processor DMA engine.

This processor could be running a communications stack, such as the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).

For applications such as this, see the Xilinx Vivado Design Suite: Designing IP Subsystems Using IP Integrator (UG994) [Ref 2].

The IP Integrator contains additional IP to connect the user interface of the MAC to the DMA port of a processor.

The AXI Ethernet Product Guide (PG138) [Ref 3] describes the AXI Ethernet, which can be instantiated for an intended processor application."

 

The proposed solution here is to implement TCP/IP stack via microprocessor.

Even "AXI Ethernet Product Guide (PG138)" mention TCP/IP and UDP/IP about checksum offload feature only.

 

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,
Andrea

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Hello @andreac_avnet,

 

I see, so this is nothing to do to a licensing query as such but regarding an IP itself.

You are better of raising this query on Networking and Connectivity forum board instead of Licensing and Install.

Embedded experts will be able to answer this query for you.

Unfortunately, I won't have an answer to this.

 

 

Kind Regards,
Anatoli Curran,
Xilinx Technical Support
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@anatoli, okey, thank you for your help.

 

regards,
Andrea

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