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NETFPGA10G_NF10BMAC(4)					   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 				    NETFPGA10G_NF10BMAC(4)

netfpga10g_nf10bmac -- driver for the NetFPGA-10G Embedded CPU Ethernet Core SYNOPSIS
device netfpga10g_nf10bmac DESCRIPTION
The netfpga10g_nf10bmac device driver provides support for the NetFPGA-10G Embedded CPU Ethernet Core. HARDWARE
The current version of the netfpga10g_nf10bmac driver works with one PIO mode interface of the NetFPGA-10G Embedded CPU Ethernet Core version 1.00a. SEE ALSO
netintro(4), ifconfig(8) NetFPGA-10G Wiki, HISTORY
The netfpga10g_nf10bmac device driver first appeared in FreeBSD 11.0. AUTHORS
This software and this manual page were developed by SRI International and the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory under DARPA/AFRL contract (FA8750-11-C-0249) (``MRC2''), as part of the DARPA MRC research programme. The device driver was written by Bjoern A. Zeeb. BSD
April 17, 2014 BSD

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ALTERA_ATSE(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 					    ALTERA_ATSE(4)

atse -- driver for the Altera Triple-Speed Ethernet MegaCore SYNOPSIS
device atse options ATSE_CFI_HACK In /boot/device.hints:"nexus0" hint.atse.0.maddr=0x7f007000 hint.atse.0.msize=0x540 hint.atse.0.rc_irq=1 hint.atse.0.rx_maddr=0x7f007500 hint.atse.0.rx_msize=0x8 hint.atse.0.rxc_maddr=0x7f007520 hint.atse.0.rxc_msize=0x20 hint.atse.0.tx_irq=2 hint.atse.0.tx_maddr=0x7f007400 hint.atse.0.tx_msize=0x8 hint.atse.0.txc_maddr=0x7f007420 hint.atse.0.txc_msize=0x20"miibus0" hint.e1000phy.0.phyno=0 DESCRIPTION
The atse device driver provides support for the Altera Triple-Speed Ethernet MegaCore. HARDWARE
The current version of the atse driver supports the Ethernet MegaCore as described in version 11.1 of Altera's documentation when the device is configured with internal FIFOs. MAC SELECTION
The default MAC address for each atse interface is derived from a value stored in cfi(4) flash. The value is managed by the atsectl(8) util- ity. Only a single MAC address may be stored in flash. If the address begins with the Altera prefix 00:07:ed and ends in 00 then up to 16 addresses will be derived from it by adding the unit number of the interface to the stored address. For other prefixes, the address will be assigned to atse0 and random addresses will be used for other interfaces. If the stored address is invalid, for example all zero's, multi- cast, or the default address shipped on all DE4 boards (00:07:ed:ff:ed:15) then a random address is generated when the device is attached. SEE ALSO
miibus(4), netintro(4), ifconfig(8) Triple-Speed Ethernet MegaCore Function User Guide, Altera Corporation, November 2011. HISTORY
The atse device driver first appeared in FreeBSD 10.0. AUTHORS
The atse device driver and this manual page were developed by SRI International and the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory under DARPA/AFRL contract (FA8750-10-C-0237) (``CTSRD''), as part of the DARPA CRASH research programme. This device driver was written by Bjoern A. Zeeb. BUGS
The atse driver only supports a single configuration of the MegaCore as installed on the Terasic Technologies Altera DE4 Development and Edu- cation Board. Only gigabit Ethernet speeds are currently supported. BSD
May 21, 2014 BSD
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