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Register Nomenclature and Access Attributes
RX and TX FIFO Ports
The LAN9117 contains four host-accessible FIFOs: the RX Status, RX data, TX Status, and TX data FIFOs. The sizes
of the RX and TX data FIFOs, as well as the RX Status FIFO are configurable through the CSRs.
RX FIFO PORTS
The RX data Path consists of two Read-Only FIFOs; the RX Status and data. The RX Status FIFO can be read from two
locations. The RX Status FIFO Port will perform a destructive read, thus “Popping” the data from the RX Status FIFO.
There is also the RX Status FIFO PEEK location. This location allows a non-destructive read of the top (oldest) location
of the FIFO.
The RX data FIFO only allows destructive reads. It is aliased in 8 DWORD locations (accessed from the bus interface
as 8 pairs of atomic 16-bit accesses). The host may access any of the locations since they all contain the same data
and perform the same function.
TX FIFO PORTS
The TX data Path consists of two FIFOs, the TX status and data. The TX Status FIFO can be read from two locations.
The TX Status FIFO Port will perform a destructive read, thus “Popping” the data from the TX Status FIFO. There is also
the TX Status FIFO PEEK location. This location allows a non-destructive read of the top (oldest) location of the FIFO.
The TX data FIFO is write only. It is aliased in 8 DWORD locations (accessed from the bus interface as 8 pairs of atomic
16-bit accesses). The host write to any of the locations since they all access the same TX data FIFO location and per-
form the same function.
Read Only: If a register is read only, writes to this register have no effect.
Write Only: If a register is write only, reads always return 0.
Read/Write: A register with this attribute can be read and written
Read/Write Clear: A register bit with this attribute can be read and written. However, a write
of a 1 clears (sets to 0) the corresponding bit and a write of a 0 has no effect.
Read to Clear: A register bit with this attribute is cleared when read.
Latch Low: Clear on read of register
Latch High: Clear on read of register
Not Affected by Software Reset
Unless otherwise stated, reserved fields must be written with zeros to ensure future
compatibility. The value of reserved bits is not supported on a read.
In addition to reserved bits within a register, the LAN9117 contains address locations in the
configuration space that are marked “Reserved. When a “Reserved” register location is read,
a random value can be returned. Registers that are marked as “Reserved” must not be
modified by system software. Writes to “Reserved” registers may cause system failure.
Upon a Reset (System reset, Software Reset, or POR), the LAN9117 sets its internal
configuration registers to predetermined default states. The default state represents the
minimum functionality feature set required to successfully bring up the system. Hence, it does
not represent the optimal system configuration. It is the responsibility of the system
initialization software to properly determine the operating parameters and optional system
features that are applicable, and to program the LAN9117 registers accordingly.
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