cl at isbd.net
Fri Dec 5 04:21:15 EST 2014
This sounds very like the bug #18401 I have raised for my
I have exactly the same problem of everything appearing to be detected
OK and interfaces OK but eth0 simply doesn't do anything.
I can try patches etc. if/when necessary.
On Thu, Dec 04, 2014 at 10:13:52PM -0700, David Hutchison wrote:
> I ran into an issue with the Mikrotik Routerboard 951G's switch chip.
> The new batch that we received use an updated ar8327 switch chip. The
> switch chip would not function properly so I decided to load trunk and
> utilize your patches.
> dmesg shows the following:
> switch0: Atheros AR8327 rev. 4 switch registered on ag71xx-mdio.0
> libphy: ag71xx_mdio: probed
> eth0: Atheros AG71xx at 0xb9000000, irq 4, mode:RGMII
> ag71xx ag71xx.0 eth0: connected to PHY at ag71xx-mdio.0:00
> [uid=004dd034, driver=Atheros AR8216/AR8236/AR8316]
> It appears the updated ar8216.c with your changes have successfully
> initialized the chip. In fact I can even use "swconfig dev switch0" to
> create vlans etc.
> If I create a port vlan ( eg. put ports 1 - 2 in vlan 1 ). I can plug
> ethernet cables into each port and push data from port 1 to port 2
> etc. It appears the switch driver is working correctly.
> What is broken is the interface handle "eth0". It exposes eth0 and
> ties it to the switch correctly ( as you can see from the above dmesg
> output ). I then assign an IP address to eth0, however when I try to
> ping a device connected to the switch. I get no response. There is no
> arp traffic either. It's like data from the "eth0" handle doesn't know
> how to route through the switch.
> It appears like the switch hardware is working ( since port 1 can
> communicate to port 2 ). However when "eth0" attempts to communicate
> to a device on port 1, it doesn't work. The device on port 1 cannot
> communicate with the "eth0" interface either.
> I think your patches are specifically for the switch only. If that's
> the case, then they are working. However, with your knowledge of
> ar8327 could you point me into the direction of fixing the "eth0"
> interface communicating to the ar8327 switch properly? Is there
> something in ag71xx that I should be looking at? Could the ar8327
> switch not be initializing properly? The probe is definitely finding
> *AR8327* so that seems to be OK. I am guessing this is something
> specific with the ar924x CPU + ar8327 switch chip. I'm open to any
> suggestions :-)
> -- Davey
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