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YAham
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Wake on Lan not working as expected.

Hello,

We are having trouble on Wake on Lan functionality in Edisonville platform. We tested this functionality on LInux/Windows environment but not working as expected. We are using the configuration as explained below in our board.

We are using Marvell's Alaska 88E1512 External PHY device which is connected to LAN Port 0 and another to LAN Port 1 of Edison processor with MDIO interface. MDIO0 from LAN Port 0 will be using as shared mode for LAN Port 1 also. Our customer wants to use LAN ports 0 and 1 in SGMII mode so we flashed EEPROM Starter Image 7 (SGMII Mode and No management).

Configuration :

 

SOC : Avoton (Intel Atom C2750 or C2550) Intel Server Board.

 

Processor : Edisonville

 

Memory : 4GB (8 No of 512Mx8) or 8GB (8 No of 1Gx8) on board

 

SGMII : Two 2.5G direct from SOC

 

PCIe : Three x4 PCIe ports

 

SATA : One port, 6Gbps direct from SOC to SATA NAND FLASH

 

USB : Three USB 2.0 ports

 

Expansion : M.2 SSD on One PCIe x4 port

 

 

It will be helpful if you give a hand on this situation. We are expecting to work WOL feature on this platfrom.

Thanks and Regards,

Younus Ahamad S

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CarlosAM_INTEL
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Hello YounusAhamadShaik ,

Thank you for contacting the Intel Embedded Community.

We would like to help you, but the http://ark.intel.com/compare/77982,77987 Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processors C2750, C2550 , and the rest of the Avoton devices are not embedded ones.

Due to this fact, we suggest addressing the questions related to this kind of devices by filling out the https://www-ssl.intel.com/content/www/us/en/secure/forms/design-assistance.html Request Design Assistance form.

We hope that this information is useful to you.

Best Regards,

Carlos_A.

YAham
Novice
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Hi Carlos,

Thanks for your reply on this issue. It would be helpful if you redirect this discussion to concerning team/memeber.

Thanks,

Younus

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