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X710-AT2 NVM Binaries

SteveMiller
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Our company designed a board using the X710-AT2 to provide a single BaseT 10 GIG Ethernet port to our hardware. I am looking for either a NVM binary file that provides a single port on this chip or the instructions on how to create such a file.

The HW is working. I loaded the file "X710-AT2_9p20_CFGID14p3_NCSI.bin" using lanconf64e. After a reboot, the Ethernet port is up and working under Linux. However, this file configures the part for two ports. There is only one port connected. NIC1 is alive and well. NIC2 goes no where.

The "extra" port seems to cause boot issues because as we attempt network booting, it sometimes selects the wrong port and then just errors out with a "no media detected"  error.

 

Are NVM binaries available for a one port version?

Am I supposed to create my own binaries? If so, then are there instructions and tools available to do this?

 

The only configuration tools that I have are eeupdate64e and lanconf64e for Linux_x64.

Are there other tools that I should have? If so, then how do I get them?

 

Thank you.

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CarlosAM_INTEL
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Hello, @SteveMiller:

Thank you for contacting Intel Embedded Community.

We received your request but we want to address the following question:

Could you please let us know the place of purchase of the cited Intel Ethernet Controller?

We are waiting for your answer.

Best regards,

@CarlosAM_INTEL.

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SteveMiller
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Our parent company is in Korea.   The chips were purchased by the parent company, Neosem,  from Uniquest in Korea.

 

Thanks.

 

---- Steve Miller

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CarlosAM_INTEL
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Hello, @SteveMiller:

Thanks for your reply.

You should address your request to the place of purchase of the cited Ethernet Controllers.

Best regards,

@CarlosAM_INTEL

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