I'm trying to install & setup the Diagnostics Tools SDK (Quartzville) to ultimately utilize the NIC Abstraction Layer (NAL) interface and the PTP functionality of Intel NICs.
The programmer's guide document states that for a target OS of Windows 64e requires the MSVS2015_SDK_WDK_Windows10_10575 tool for compiling/building. The closest version of the Windows WDK I could download from Microsoft is v1607 (10.0.14393). Is this version compatible with the Intel QV SDK? If not, where can I find the exact WDK version?
Also, where can I get additional assistance with QV SDK setup?
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We want to address the following questions to understand this situation:
Could you please let us know that the affected device is a Network Interface Card (NIC) developed by a third-party company or by you? Please give us all the information if it is a third-party implementation.
Could you please provide the document numbers of the cited tools and the programmer's guide?
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We are working with Intel I350 Gigabit NICs which support Precision Time Protocol (PTP) / TimeSync IEEE-1588. We are trying to use the Quartzville SDK in order to access the PTP functionality (i.e. syncing/setting the hardware clock) on the Windows platform.
In my prior inquiring, I'm referring to the Diagnostic Tools SDK Programmers Manual (18.104.22.168) API Reference Manual. It specifies in section 3.1 that the build environment requires an older Windows SDK/WDK (MSVS2015_SDK_WDK_Windows10_10575). I ultimately need to know if there are compatibility issues with newer Windows SDKs and incorporating the QV SDK within applications built using VS2017.
I'm in the process of testing it out but was hoping for some guidance in incorporating the QV SDK as we're evaluating accessibility to PTP functionality on the Windows platform and need to make a go/no-go determination by end of tomorrow.
Thanks for your reply.
It seems that you do not understand our previous questions, let us paraphrase them:
Could you please let us know if the hardware related to this situation has been developed by you or by another company? Please let us know all the details such as the showed in the Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350: Product Brief that can be found at:
Could you please give the procedure followed to obtain the cited tools and the programmer's guide? In the case of the Intel documents as an example they have a document number associated, such the Intel® Ethernet Controller I350 Datasheet has the document number 333171 as you may confirm in the following website:
We are waiting for your answer to these questions to give you information that may help you.
Thanks for your reply.
You need to address the cited tools questions to the technical support channels listed on the following website: