HEllo, we are getting OpenCore Plus on some of the IP in a design. How do I know from the product code which IP it is actually looking for?
Also, I am getting the same message on FIR Compiler...I do have FIR Compiler II in my license from IP Base, does that not support the old FIR Compiler? I guess this design is pretty old...
The product codes (also shown in the attached) are below...how do I know what they are?
Also in general, how would I map a specific product code to an actual IP Core name?
Welcome to INTEL forum. For your in formation the IP-FIR Compiler have been obsoleted in year 2015 and replaced with FIR Compiler II and link is to FIR Compiler II user guidance
The product codes are for old IP license.
6AF7_0012 FIR Compiler
6AF7_0039 Reed-Solomon Encoder
6AF7_0041 Shared Reed-Solomon Library
6AF7_0080 Reed-Solomon Decoder
Thanks for the quick reply. I saw that FIR Compiler was obsoleted but this is a very old design. Shouldn't my FIR Compiler II license provided by IP Base work for the old FIR Compiler? It does not seem to be using it because it says unlicensed.
Also, where can I find a mapping of authcodes to actual IP name? This issue comes up a lot and it seems there should be an easy way to map these authcodes to the actual IP core?
Thanks for your update. I’m not familiar with FIR compiler IP. For your information, I’m just supporting dev kit general usage enquiry and licensing issue. If you are looking for further consultation on FIR compiler usage, the recommendation is for you to file new case requesting FIR compiler support.
For unlicensed items, you could check at assembler report.asm.rpt file
• The assembler report is located in <Project directory>/Output_files/<project_name>.asm.rpt.
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