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AMamo1
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i210 SDP interrupt

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Hi!

We are developing E620-based controller using WGI210IS chip. One of the tasks - getting of interrupt when signal on SDP0 pin appears.

I try to do the following:

1) check that SDP0_IODIR bit of CTRL register set to 0 (input);

2) set SDP0_GPIEN bit of CTRL register set to 1 (interrupt enabled);

3) attach interrupt handler to interrupt number associated with i210;

- but nothing happened. I am sure that signal on SDP0 appears with 1Hz freq (checked with oscilloscope and by polling SDP0_DATA value) and that interrupt handler attached properly (when network cable connected I can see interrupts created by network activity).

What have I missed?

PS. OS - QNX 6.5SP1.

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AMamo1
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Hello, Carlos.

Actually, I already solved this. I didn't noticed that the device driver has put the i210 into the MSIX mode, so I just was waiting interrupt on the wrong vector. My bad. Sorry to have bothered you.

Alex.

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CarlosAM_INTEL
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Hello Alex,

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Carlos A.
AMamo1
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Hello, Carlos.

Actually, I already solved this. I didn't noticed that the device driver has put the i210 into the MSIX mode, so I just was waiting interrupt on the wrong vector. My bad. Sorry to have bothered you.

Alex.

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CarlosAM_INTEL
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Hello Alex,

We are glad to hear that your problem has been solved.

Please do not hesitate to contact us again if you have more technical issues or questions related to Intel Embedded devices.

Best Regards,

Carlos A.

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