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    New Member New Member Claas is on a distinguished road
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    Ethernet Demo - Outbound communication

    Hello

    (I hope somebody can help me with this thread)

    I am trying to enable ethernet communication on an Infineon Aurix Tricore, specifically TC29x. To this end I am using the Aurix SW_framework_tools and the ILLD supplied by Infineon on their Aurix workspace page (if you ask for access).
    In the ILLD package and demo, they have a ethernet demo with loopback_mode enabled. This demo works fine on the board. I then wanted to send out a package to another machine to enable ethernet communication. I have tried fiddling around with settings, using wireshark with cross-over-cable, wireshark with switch, against windows and linux pc's. With no packages received
    I am therefore unsure if the demo has the pinmap configured correctly, and/or if some settings I have missed should be changed. My question is therefore if anyone has enabled ethernet communication using the infineon tools, and can guide me?

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    I have chosen the HighTec toolchain using the debuger UDE, all are from the free tools available on Infineon.

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    Infineon Aurix Tricore TC299 Starter Kit.

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    New Member New Member jaybshah92 is on a distinguished road
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    Exactly same problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Claas View Post
    Hello

    (I hope somebody can help me with this thread)

    I am trying to enable ethernet communication on an Infineon Aurix Tricore, specifically TC29x. To this end I am using the Aurix SW_framework_tools and the ILLD supplied by Infineon on their Aurix workspace page (if you ask for access).
    In the ILLD package and demo, they have a ethernet demo with loopback_mode enabled. This demo works fine on the board. I then wanted to send out a package to another machine to enable ethernet communication. I have tried fiddling around with settings, using wireshark with cross-over-cable, wireshark with switch, against windows and linux pc's. With no packages received
    I am therefore unsure if the demo has the pinmap configured correctly, and/or if some settings I have missed should be changed. My question is therefore if anyone has enabled ethernet communication using the infineon tools, and can guide me?

    Tools
    I have chosen the HighTec toolchain using the debuger UDE, all are from the free tools available on Infineon.

    Board
    Infineon Aurix Tricore TC299 Starter Kit.
    I have the exact same issue. Has anyone figured out how to do this?

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    Beginner Beginner audiolines is on a distinguished road
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    Hello All,

    Before reading this post, I also noticed the same issue posted in the link from vlylin.
    However I still get absolutely nothing from the PHY. Has this issue been solved?

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