nbd at openwrt.org
Fri Dec 5 11:37:31 EST 2014
On 2014-12-05 17:15, David Hutchison wrote:
> Yes the problem remains when enable_vlan is set to 0
> I don't think it's related to your changes either. I synced with trunk
> in hope that your changes made a difference with my problem. However
> that does not seem to be the case.
> I was hoping someone could point me in the right direction. Does this
> sound more like an issue with ag71xx since that is what exposes the
> "eth0" interface? Could it be as simple as the switch just isn't
> recognized? Perhaps the switch interconnect is no longer RGMII and
> should be GMII?
> If I knew where in those drivers to start looking, I could probably
> help fix this problem. I enjoy tinkering with the drivers, and
> learning how to fix them :)
> I was hoping you had some knowledge about how the interface becomes
> tied with the switch itself, and if there were any specifics for the
> ar8327 that must be set before the communication between the CPU +
> Switch Chip can happen.
> Felix, would you by chance have any ideas as to what to check next?
> The switch0 interface works fine, the eth0 interface tied to the
> switch. Does not.
> The other thing to note ( and i'm not sure if this is by design ).. I
> used to be able to do "swconfig dev eth0 show" and show the switch the
> eth0 was connected to. Now I must use "swconfig dev switch0 show" to
> configure the switch. When you do "swconfig dev eth0 show" it says it
> Failed to connect to the switch. In the past, I have always used eth0
> to configure the switch however that may have been incorrect.
Please post your network/switch configuration, and the output of
swconfig dev switch0 show
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