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GNSS module setup for intelE810 network adapter

Munish
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Hi all,
i have configured GNSS module for my E810 card .GNSS has an active connection. I have attached logs for the same.
$ cat /dev/gnss0

Delhi$GNRMC,065250.00,A,2832.71078,N,07711.45591,E,0.038,,200524,,,A,V*14
$GNGGA,065250.00,2832.71078,N,07711.45591,E,1,08,4.66,277.9,M,-40.5,M,,*63
$GNRMC,065251.00,A,2832.71080,N,07711.45593,E,0.038,,200524,,,A,V*10
$GNGGA,065251.00,2832.71080,N,07711.45593,E,1,08,4.66,277.9,M,-40.5,M,,*67
$GNRMC,065252.00,A,2832.71080,N,07711.45595,E,0.038,,200524,,,A,V*15
$GNGGA,065252.00,2832.71080,N,07711.45595,E,1,08,4.66,277.9,M,-40.5,M,,*62
$GNRMC,065253.00,A,2832.71080,N,07711.45599,E,0.038,,200524,,,A,V*18
$GNGGA,065253.00,2832.71080,N,07711.45599,E,1,08,4.66,278.0,M,-40.5,M,,*69
$GNRMC,065254.00,A,2832.71081,N,07711.45600,E,0.038,,200524,,,A,V*1D
$GNGGA,065254.00,2832.71081,N,07711.45600,E,1,08,4.66,278.0,M,-40.5,M,,*6C
$GNRMC,065255.00,A,2832.71081,N,07711.45603,E,0.038,,200524,,,A,V*1F
$GNGGA,065255.00,2832.71081,N,07711.45603,E,1,08,4.66,278.0,M,-40.5,M,,*6E
$GNRMC,065256.00,A,2832.71080,N,07711.45605,E,0.037,,200524,,,A,V*14
$GNGGA,065256.00,2832.71080,N,07711.45605,E,1,08,4.66,278.1,M,-40.5,M,,*6B
$GNRMC,065257.00,A,2832.71081,N,07711.45606,E,0.037,,200524,,,A,V*17
$GNGGA,065257.00,2832.71081,N,07711.45606,E,1,08,4.66,278.1,M,-40.5,M,,*68

Aftre this step i tried to run ./ts2phc -f configs/ts2phc-generic.cfg -s generic -m
ts2phc[609113.074]: UTC-TAI offset not set in system! Trying to revert to leapfile.
I got stuck at this stage dont know what things are wrong here .


[global]
use_syslog 0
verbose 1
logging_level 6
ts2phc.pulsewidth 100000000
ts2phc.nmea_serialport /dev/gnss0
[enp2s0f0]
ts2phc.channel 0
ts2phc.extts_polarity both
ts2phc.pin_index 0



This is conf file for ts2phc. I need assistance to configure GNSS module for my RAN

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Douglas_E_Intel
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This has been determined that it is an issue with the latest version of ptp4l.

Please report this to the linuxptp-users mailing list at https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/linuxptp-users

 

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Simon-Intel
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Hi Munish,


Thank you for reaching out to the Intel community. We acknowledge receipt of your concern and want to assure you that assisting you is our top priority. To effectively troubleshoot the issue you're facing, we require some additional information from your end.


Could you kindly provide the following details?

  1. System Model:
  2. Are you performing any specific activity?
  3. What is the activity you are performing?
  4. What is the configuration used for this activity?


Your prompt response with this information will greatly assist us in diagnosing and resolving the issue as quickly as possible.


We look forward to hearing from you soon.


Best Regards,

Simon


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Munish
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I am performing some time sync activity with ORAN-5g(OAI) software stack.
So the goal is to sync the internal clock of intelE810 with external GPS module . For that I am using GPS antenna to be connected with my network adapter card with GNSS port provided. My GPS antenna will act as master for the internal clock, clock will get sync according to external GPS signals .
I Have attached the image of my GPS antenna which i am using .

Further if my internal **bleep** got in sync with external GNSS module i want to provide the same clock to my RU which is connected with the same network adapter over 10G interface .
I have attached the image for the same how my RU is connected with my card.

overall , i want C1 configurtation based on point-to-point connection between O-DU and O-RU using network timing option. It is basically the simplest topology for network timing option, where O-DU directly synchronizes O-RU.(attaching image for the same )

I have followed the document https://www.intel.la/content/www/xl/es/content-details/646265/intel-ethernet-network-adapter-e810-xxvda4t-user-guide.html. for the same but things are not clear to me .

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Simon-Intel
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Hi Munish,


Thank you for your prompt response.


We appreciate you sharing your concern with us. Please rest assured that we understand the importance of your situation and are fully committed to assisting you.


Please allow us some time to check this with the internal team, and we will get back to you as soon as we have an update.


If you have any additional information or questions, please feel free to share them with us. We're here to support you every step of the way.


Best regards,

Simon


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Munish
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Hi ,
Thanks for support !
waiting for your response  !

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Simon-Intel
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Hi Munish,


Greetings for the day!


We are checking this case with our internal team. To get a better understanding of the issue, could you kindly confirm the complete model of the Ethernet adapter?


We appreciate your understanding and value your business. We look forward to your reply.


Regards,

Simon


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Munish
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Hi,

I have attached a image for the same does it work for you.

 

 

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Simon-Intel
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Hi Munish,


Thank you for sharing the picture of the adapter. Unfortunately, the picture is not clear, so we kindly request that you share a clearer image.


Alternatively, in the document link you shared, we see the Ethernet adapter listed as E810-XXVDA4T. Could you please confirm if this is the adapter in use?


Your prompt response with this information will greatly assist us in diagnosing and resolving the issue as quickly as possible.


Best regards,

Simon


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Munish
Beginner
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Hi ,
I have reattached the images for the network adapter . Hoping that this will work .
I have already shared my major objective for the GNSS module configuration . Please provide and guide me with adequate information.

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Simon-Intel
Employee
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Hi Munish,


Thank you for sharing the requested details.


Based on the picture you provided, we would like to inform you that the adapter you are using is not an Intel authorized adapter. Therefore, we kindly request you to reach out to the OEM from whom you purchased the ethernet card for further support.


We look forward to hearing from you soon.


Best regards,

Simon


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Simon-Intel
Employee
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Hello Munish,


Greetings for the day!


We would like to inform you that we are closing this request. As suggested in our previous message, please reach out to the OEM from whom you purchased the Ethernet card for further support.


If you have any further questions in the future, please don't hesitate to ask. Feel free to start a new conversation, as this thread will no longer be monitored.


Regards,

Simon


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elguapo
Beginner
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I would suggest:

1. local build and install the linuxptp 4.2 (normally you will find the ts2phc in /usr/local/sbin/ directory).

2. edit and save this ts2phc.conf file to your home directory

[global]
use_syslog 0
verbose 1
logging_level 7
ts2phc.pulsewidth 100000000
ts2phc.nmea_serialport /dev/gnss0
[enp2s0f0]
ts2phc.extts_polarity rising

3. CLI command

sudo /usr/local/sbin/ts2phc -f $HOME/ts2phc.conf -s nmea

And see how it goes.

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Douglas_E_Intel
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This has been determined that it is an issue with the latest version of ptp4l.

Please report this to the linuxptp-users mailing list at https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/linuxptp-users

 

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