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1/* $NetBSD: if_devar.h,v 1.32 1999/04/01 14:55:25 tsubai Exp $ */
2
3/* $FreeBSD: src/sys/pci/if_devar.h,v 1.23.2.1 2000/08/04 23:25:10 peter Exp $ */
b3e6c01b 4/* $DragonFly: src/sys/dev/netif/de/if_devar.h,v 1.13 2005/05/11 20:58:35 joerg Exp $ */
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5
6/*-
7 * Copyright (c) 1994-1997 Matt Thomas (matt@3am-software.com)
8 * All rights reserved.
9 *
10 * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
11 * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
12 * are met:
13 * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
14 * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
15 * 2. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
16 * derived from this software withough specific prior written permission
17 *
18 * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR
19 * IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
20 * OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
21 * IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
22 * INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
23 * NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
24 * DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
25 * THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
26 * (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
27 * THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
28 *
29 * Id: if_devar.h,v 1.28 1997/07/03 16:55:07 thomas Exp
30 */
31
32#if !defined(_DEVAR_H)
33#define _DEVAR_H
34
35typedef bus_addr_t tulip_csrptr_t;
36
37#define TULIP_PCI_CSRSIZE 8
38#define TULIP_PCI_CSROFFSET 0
39
40#define TULIP_CSR_READ(sc, csr) \
41 bus_space_read_4((sc)->tulip_csrs_bst, \
42 (sc)->tulip_csrs_bsh, \
43 (sc)->tulip_csrs.csr)
44#define TULIP_CSR_WRITE(sc, csr, val) \
45 bus_space_write_4((sc)->tulip_csrs_bst, \
46 (sc)->tulip_csrs_bsh, \
47 (sc)->tulip_csrs.csr, val)
48
49#define TULIP_CSR_READBYTE(sc, csr) \
50 bus_space_read_1((sc)->tulip_csrs_bst, \
51 (sc)->tulip_csrs_bsh, \
52 (sc)->tulip_csrs.csr)
53#define TULIP_CSR_WRITEBYTE(sc, csr, val) \
54 bus_space_write_1((sc)->tulip_csrs_bst, \
55 (sc)->tulip_csrs_bsh, \
56 (sc)->tulip_csrs.csr, val)
57
58/*
59 * This structure contains "pointers" for the registers on
60 * the various 21x4x chips. CSR0 through CSR8 are common
61 * to all chips. After that, it gets messy...
62 */
63typedef struct {
64 tulip_csrptr_t csr_busmode; /* CSR0 */
65 tulip_csrptr_t csr_txpoll; /* CSR1 */
66 tulip_csrptr_t csr_rxpoll; /* CSR2 */
67 tulip_csrptr_t csr_rxlist; /* CSR3 */
68 tulip_csrptr_t csr_txlist; /* CSR4 */
69 tulip_csrptr_t csr_status; /* CSR5 */
70 tulip_csrptr_t csr_command; /* CSR6 */
71 tulip_csrptr_t csr_intr; /* CSR7 */
72 tulip_csrptr_t csr_missed_frames; /* CSR8 */
73 tulip_csrptr_t csr_9; /* CSR9 */
74 tulip_csrptr_t csr_10; /* CSR10 */
75 tulip_csrptr_t csr_11; /* CSR11 */
76 tulip_csrptr_t csr_12; /* CSR12 */
77 tulip_csrptr_t csr_13; /* CSR13 */
78 tulip_csrptr_t csr_14; /* CSR14 */
79 tulip_csrptr_t csr_15; /* CSR15 */
80} tulip_regfile_t;
81
82#define csr_enetrom csr_9 /* 21040 */
83#define csr_reserved csr_10 /* 21040 */
84#define csr_full_duplex csr_11 /* 21040 */
85#define csr_bootrom csr_10 /* 21041/21140A/?? */
86#define csr_gp csr_12 /* 21140* */
87#define csr_watchdog csr_15 /* 21140* */
88#define csr_gp_timer csr_11 /* 21041/21140* */
89#define csr_srom_mii csr_9 /* 21041/21140* */
90#define csr_sia_status csr_12 /* 2104x */
91#define csr_sia_connectivity csr_13 /* 2104x */
92#define csr_sia_tx_rx csr_14 /* 2104x */
93#define csr_sia_general csr_15 /* 2104x */
94
95/*
96 * While 21x4x allows chaining of its descriptors, this driver
97 * doesn't take advantage of it. We keep the descriptors in a
98 * traditional FIFO ring.
99 */
100typedef struct {
101 tulip_desc_t *ri_first; /* first entry in ring */
102 tulip_desc_t *ri_last; /* one after last entry */
103 tulip_desc_t *ri_nextin; /* next to processed by host */
104 tulip_desc_t *ri_nextout; /* next to processed by adapter */
105 int ri_max;
106 int ri_free;
107} tulip_ringinfo_t;
108
109/*
110 * The 21040 has a stupid restriction in that the receive
111 * buffers must be longword aligned. But since Ethernet
112 * headers are not a multiple of longwords in size this forces
113 * the data to non-longword aligned. Since IP requires the
114 * data to be longword aligned, we need to copy it after it has
115 * been DMA'ed in our memory.
116 *
117 * Since we have to copy it anyways, we might as well as allocate
118 * dedicated receive space for the input. This allows to use a
119 * small receive buffer size and more ring entries to be able to
120 * better keep with a flood of tiny Ethernet packets.
121 *
122 * The receive space MUST ALWAYS be a multiple of the page size.
123 * And the number of receive descriptors multiplied by the size
124 * of the receive buffers must equal the recevive space. This
125 * is so that we can manipulate the page tables so that even if a
126 * packet wraps around the end of the receive space, we can
127 * treat it as virtually contiguous.
128 *
129 * The above used to be true (the stupid restriction is still true)
130 * but we gone to directly DMA'ing into MBUFs (unless it's on an
131 * architecture which can't handle unaligned accesses) because with
132 * 100Mb/s cards the copying is just too much of a hit.
133 */
5963cf8e 134#if !defined(__i386__)
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135#define TULIP_COPY_RXDATA 1
136#endif
137
138#define TULIP_DATA_PER_DESC 2032
139#define TULIP_TXTIMER 4
140#define TULIP_RXDESCS 48
141#define TULIP_TXDESCS 128
142#define TULIP_RXQ_TARGET 32
143#if TULIP_RXQ_TARGET >= TULIP_RXDESCS
144#error TULIP_RXQ_TARGET must be less than TULIP_RXDESCS
145#endif
146#define TULIP_RX_BUFLEN ((MCLBYTES < 2048 ? MCLBYTES : 2048) - 16)
147
148/*
149 * Forward reference to make C happy.
150 */
151typedef struct _tulip_softc_t tulip_softc_t;
152
153/*
154 * The various controllers support.
155 */
156
157typedef enum {
158 TULIP_21040,
159 TULIP_21041,
160 TULIP_21140, TULIP_21140A, TULIP_21142,
161 TULIP_21143,
162 TULIP_CHIPID_UNKNOWN
163} tulip_chipid_t;
164
165/*
166 * Various physical media types supported.
167 * BNCAUI is BNC or AUI since on the 21040 you can't really tell
168 * which is in use.
169 */
170typedef enum {
171 TULIP_MEDIA_UNKNOWN,
172 TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET,
173 TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET_FD,
174 TULIP_MEDIA_BNC,
175 TULIP_MEDIA_AUI,
176 TULIP_MEDIA_EXTSIA,
177 TULIP_MEDIA_AUIBNC,
178 TULIP_MEDIA_100BASETX,
179 TULIP_MEDIA_100BASETX_FD,
180 TULIP_MEDIA_100BASET4,
181 TULIP_MEDIA_100BASEFX,
182 TULIP_MEDIA_100BASEFX_FD,
183 TULIP_MEDIA_MAX
184} tulip_media_t;
185
186#define TULIP_BIT(b) (1L << ((int)(b)))
187#define TULIP_FDBIT(m) (1L << ((int)TULIP_MEDIA_ ## m ## _FD))
188#define TULIP_MBIT(m) (1L << ((int)TULIP_MEDIA_ ## m ))
189#define TULIP_IS_MEDIA_FD(m) (TULIP_BIT(m) & \
190 (TULIP_FDBIT(10BASET) \
191 |TULIP_FDBIT(100BASETX) \
192 |TULIP_FDBIT(100BASEFX)))
193#define TULIP_CAN_MEDIA_FD(m) (TULIP_BIT(m) & \
194 (TULIP_MBIT(10BASET) \
195 |TULIP_MBIT(100BASETX) \
196 |TULIP_MBIT(100BASEFX)))
197#define TULIP_FD_MEDIA_OF(m) ((tulip_media_t)((m) + 1))
198#define TULIP_HD_MEDIA_OF(m) ((tulip_media_t)((m) - 1))
199#define TULIP_IS_MEDIA_100MB(m) ((m) >= TULIP_MEDIA_100BASETX)
200#define TULIP_IS_MEDIA_TP(m) ((TULIP_BIT(m) & \
201 (TULIP_MBIT(BNC) \
202 |TULIP_MBIT(AUI) \
203 |TULIP_MBIT(AUIBNC) \
204 |TULIP_MBIT(EXTSIA))) == 0)
205
206#define TULIP_SROM_ATTR_MII 0x0100
207#define TULIP_SROM_ATTR_NWAY 0x0200
208#define TULIP_SROM_ATTR_AUTOSENSE 0x0400
209#define TULIP_SROM_ATTR_POWERUP 0x0800
210#define TULIP_SROM_ATTR_NOLINKPASS 0x1000
211
212typedef struct {
213 enum {
214 TULIP_MEDIAINFO_NONE,
215 TULIP_MEDIAINFO_SIA,
216 TULIP_MEDIAINFO_GPR,
217 TULIP_MEDIAINFO_MII,
218 TULIP_MEDIAINFO_RESET,
219 TULIP_MEDIAINFO_SYM
220 } mi_type;
221 union {
222 struct {
223 u_int16_t sia_connectivity;
224 u_int16_t sia_tx_rx;
225 u_int16_t sia_general;
226 u_int32_t sia_gp_control; /* 21142/21143 */
227 u_int32_t sia_gp_data; /* 21142/21143 */
228 } un_sia;
229 struct {
230 u_int32_t gpr_cmdmode;
231 u_int32_t gpr_gpcontrol; /* 21142/21143 */
232 u_int32_t gpr_gpdata;
233 u_int8_t gpr_actmask;
234 u_int8_t gpr_actdata;
235 u_int gpr_default : 1;
236 } un_gpr;
237 struct {
238 u_int32_t mii_mediamask;
239 u_int16_t mii_capabilities;
240 u_int16_t mii_advertisement;
241 u_int16_t mii_full_duplex;
242 u_int16_t mii_tx_threshold;
243 u_int16_t mii_interrupt; /* 21142/21143 */
244 u_int8_t mii_phyaddr;
245 u_int8_t mii_gpr_length;
246 u_int8_t mii_gpr_offset;
247 u_int8_t mii_reset_length;
248 u_int8_t mii_reset_offset;
249 u_int32_t mii_phyid;
250 } un_mii;
251 } mi_un;
252} tulip_media_info_t;
253
254#define mi_sia_connectivity mi_un.un_sia.sia_connectivity
255#define mi_sia_tx_rx mi_un.un_sia.sia_tx_rx
256#define mi_sia_general mi_un.un_sia.sia_general
257#define mi_sia_gp_control mi_un.un_sia.sia_gp_control
258#define mi_sia_gp_data mi_un.un_sia.sia_gp_data
259
260#define mi_gpcontrol mi_un.un_gpr.gpr_gpcontrol
261#define mi_gpdata mi_un.un_gpr.gpr_gpdata
262#define mi_actmask mi_un.un_gpr.gpr_actmask
263#define mi_actdata mi_un.un_gpr.gpr_actdata
264#define mi_default mi_un.un_gpr.gpr_default
265#define mi_cmdmode mi_un.un_gpr.gpr_cmdmode
266
267#define mi_phyaddr mi_un.un_mii.mii_phyaddr
268#define mi_gpr_length mi_un.un_mii.mii_gpr_length
269#define mi_gpr_offset mi_un.un_mii.mii_gpr_offset
270#define mi_reset_length mi_un.un_mii.mii_reset_length
271#define mi_reset_offset mi_un.un_mii.mii_reset_offset
272#define mi_capabilities mi_un.un_mii.mii_capabilities
273#define mi_advertisement mi_un.un_mii.mii_advertisement
274#define mi_full_duplex mi_un.un_mii.mii_full_duplex
275#define mi_tx_threshold mi_un.un_mii.mii_tx_threshold
276#define mi_mediamask mi_un.un_mii.mii_mediamask
277#define mi_mii_interrupt mi_un.un_mii.mii_interrupt
278#define mi_phyid mi_un.un_mii.mii_phyid
279
280#define TULIP_MEDIAINFO_SIA_INIT(sc, mi, chipid, media) do { \
281 (mi)->mi_type = TULIP_MEDIAINFO_SIA; \
282 sc->tulip_mediums[TULIP_MEDIA_ ## media] = (mi); \
283 (mi)->mi_sia_connectivity = TULIP_ ## chipid ## _SIACONN_ ## media; \
284 (mi)->mi_sia_tx_rx = TULIP_ ## chipid ## _SIATXRX_ ## media; \
285 (mi)->mi_sia_general = TULIP_ ## chipid ## _SIAGEN_ ## media; \
286} while (0)
287
288#define TULIP_MEDIAINFO_ADD_CAPABILITY(sc, mi, media) do { \
289 if ((sc)->tulip_mediums[TULIP_MEDIA_ ## media] == NULL \
290 && ((mi)->mi_capabilities & PHYSTS_ ## media)) { \
291 (sc)->tulip_mediums[TULIP_MEDIA_ ## media] = (mi); \
292 (mi)->mi_mediamask |= TULIP_BIT(TULIP_MEDIA_ ## media); \
293 } \
294} while (0)
295
296#define TULIP_MII_NOPHY 32
297/*
298 * Some boards need to treated specially. The following enumeration
299 * identifies the cards with quirks (or those we just want to single
300 * out for special merit or scorn).
301 */
302typedef enum {
303 TULIP_21040_GENERIC, /* Generic 21040 (works with most any board) */
304 TULIP_21140_ISV, /* Digital Semicondutor 21140 ISV SROM Format */
305 TULIP_21142_ISV, /* Digital Semicondutor 21142 ISV SROM Format */
306 TULIP_21143_ISV, /* Digital Semicondutor 21143 ISV SROM Format */
307 TULIP_21140_DEC_EB, /* Digital Semicondutor 21140 Evaluation Board */
308 TULIP_21140_MII, /* 21140[A] with MII */
309 TULIP_21140_DEC_DE500, /* Digital DE500-?? 10/100 */
310 TULIP_21140_SMC_9332, /* SMC 9332 */
311 TULIP_21140_COGENT_EM100, /* Cogent EM100 100 only */
312 TULIP_21140_ZNYX_ZX34X, /* ZNYX ZX342 10/100 */
313 TULIP_21140_ASANTE, /* AsanteFast 10/100 */
314 TULIP_21140_EN1207, /* Accton EN2107 10/100 BNC */
315 TULIP_21041_GENERIC /* Generic 21041 card */
316} tulip_board_t;
317
318typedef enum {
319 TULIP_MEDIAPOLL_TIMER, /* 100ms timer fired */
320 TULIP_MEDIAPOLL_FASTTIMER, /* <100ms timer fired */
321 TULIP_MEDIAPOLL_LINKFAIL, /* called from interrupt routine */
322 TULIP_MEDIAPOLL_LINKPASS, /* called from interrupt routine */
323 TULIP_MEDIAPOLL_START, /* start a media probe (called from reset) */
324 TULIP_MEDIAPOLL_TXPROBE_OK, /* txprobe succeeded */
325 TULIP_MEDIAPOLL_TXPROBE_FAILED, /* txprobe failed */
326 TULIP_MEDIAPOLL_MAX
327} tulip_mediapoll_event_t;
328
329typedef enum {
330 TULIP_LINK_DOWN, /* Link is down */
331 TULIP_LINK_UP, /* link is ok */
332 TULIP_LINK_UNKNOWN /* we can't tell either way */
333} tulip_link_status_t;
334
335
336/*
337 * This data structure is used to abstract out the quirks.
338 * media_probe = tries to determine the media type.
339 * media_select = enables the current media (or autosenses)
340 * media_poll = autosenses media
341 * media_preset = 21140, etal requires bit to set before the
342 * the software reset; hence pre-set. Should be
343 * pre-reset but that's ugly.
344 */
345
346typedef struct {
347 tulip_board_t bd_type;
348 void (*bd_media_probe)(tulip_softc_t * const sc);
349 void (*bd_media_select)(tulip_softc_t * const sc);
350 void (*bd_media_poll)(tulip_softc_t * const sc, tulip_mediapoll_event_t event);
351 void (*bd_media_preset)(tulip_softc_t * const sc);
352} tulip_boardsw_t;
353
354/*
355 * The next few declarations are for MII/PHY based board.
356 *
357 * The first enumeration identifies a superset of various datums
358 * that can be obtained from various PHY chips. Not all PHYs will
359 * support all datums.
360 * The modedata structure indicates what register contains
361 * a datum, what mask is applied the register contents, and what the
362 * result should be.
363 * The attr structure records information about a supported PHY.
364 * The phy structure records information about a PHY instance.
365 */
366
367typedef enum {
368 PHY_MODE_10T,
369 PHY_MODE_100TX,
370 PHY_MODE_100T4,
371 PHY_MODE_FULLDUPLEX,
372 PHY_MODE_MAX
373} tulip_phy_mode_t;
374
375typedef struct {
376 u_int16_t pm_regno;
377 u_int16_t pm_mask;
378 u_int16_t pm_value;
379} tulip_phy_modedata_t;
380
381typedef struct {
382 u_int32_t attr_id;
383 u_int16_t attr_flags;
384#define PHY_NEED_HARD_RESET 0x0001
385#define PHY_DUAL_CYCLE_TA 0x0002
386 tulip_phy_modedata_t attr_modes[PHY_MODE_MAX];
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387} tulip_phy_attr_t;
388
389/*
390 * Various probe states used when trying to autosense the media.
391 */
392
393typedef enum {
394 TULIP_PROBE_INACTIVE,
395 TULIP_PROBE_PHYRESET,
396 TULIP_PROBE_PHYAUTONEG,
397 TULIP_PROBE_GPRTEST,
398 TULIP_PROBE_MEDIATEST,
399 TULIP_PROBE_FAILED
400} tulip_probe_state_t;
401
402typedef struct {
403 /*
404 * Transmit Statistics
405 */
406 u_int32_t dot3StatsSingleCollisionFrames;
407 u_int32_t dot3StatsMultipleCollisionFrames;
408 u_int32_t dot3StatsSQETestErrors;
409 u_int32_t dot3StatsDeferredTransmissions;
410 u_int32_t dot3StatsLateCollisions;
411 u_int32_t dot3StatsExcessiveCollisions;
412 u_int32_t dot3StatsCarrierSenseErrors;
413 u_int32_t dot3StatsInternalMacTransmitErrors;
414 u_int32_t dot3StatsInternalTransmitUnderflows; /* not in rfc1650! */
415 u_int32_t dot3StatsInternalTransmitBabbles; /* not in rfc1650! */
416 /*
417 * Receive Statistics
418 */
419 u_int32_t dot3StatsMissedFrames; /* not in rfc1650! */
420 u_int32_t dot3StatsAlignmentErrors;
421 u_int32_t dot3StatsFCSErrors;
422 u_int32_t dot3StatsFrameTooLongs;
423 u_int32_t dot3StatsInternalMacReceiveErrors;
424} tulip_dot3_stats_t;
425
426/*
427 * Now to important stuff. This is softc structure (where does softc
428 * come from??? No idea) for the tulip device.
429 */
430struct _tulip_softc_t {
431 struct ifmedia tulip_ifmedia;
88fcae56 432 struct callout tulip_timer, tulip_fast_timer;
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433 struct arpcom tulip_ac;
434 bus_space_tag_t tulip_csrs_bst;
435 bus_space_handle_t tulip_csrs_bsh;
436 tulip_regfile_t tulip_csrs;
437 u_int32_t tulip_flags;
438#define TULIP_WANTSETUP 0x00000001
439#define TULIP_WANTHASHPERFECT 0x00000002
440#define TULIP_WANTHASHONLY 0x00000004
441#define TULIP_DOINGSETUP 0x00000008
442#define TULIP_PRINTMEDIA 0x00000010
443#define TULIP_TXPROBE_ACTIVE 0x00000020
444#define TULIP_ALLMULTI 0x00000040
445#define TULIP_WANTRXACT 0x00000080
446#define TULIP_RXACT 0x00000100
447#define TULIP_INRESET 0x00000200
448#define TULIP_NEEDRESET 0x00000400
449#define TULIP_SQETEST 0x00000800
450#define TULIP_xxxxxx0 0x00001000
451#define TULIP_xxxxxx1 0x00002000
452#define TULIP_WANTTXSTART 0x00004000
453#define TULIP_NEWTXTHRESH 0x00008000
454#define TULIP_NOAUTOSENSE 0x00010000
455#define TULIP_PRINTLINKUP 0x00020000
456#define TULIP_LINKUP 0x00040000
457#define TULIP_RXBUFSLOW 0x00080000
458#define TULIP_NOMESSAGES 0x00100000
459#define TULIP_SYSTEMERROR 0x00200000
460#define TULIP_TIMEOUTPENDING 0x00400000
461#define TULIP_xxxxxx2 0x00800000
462#define TULIP_TRYNWAY 0x01000000
463#define TULIP_DIDNWAY 0x02000000
464#define TULIP_RXIGNORE 0x04000000
465#define TULIP_PROBE1STPASS 0x08000000
466#define TULIP_DEVICEPROBE 0x10000000
467#define TULIP_PROMISC 0x20000000
468#define TULIP_HASHONLY 0x40000000
469#define TULIP_xxxxxx3 0x80000000
470 /* only 4 bits left! */
471 u_int32_t tulip_features; /* static bits indicating features of chip */
472#define TULIP_HAVE_GPR 0x00000001 /* have gp register (140[A]) */
473#define TULIP_HAVE_RXBADOVRFLW 0x00000002 /* RX corrupts on overflow */
474#define TULIP_HAVE_POWERMGMT 0x00000004 /* Snooze/sleep modes */
475#define TULIP_HAVE_MII 0x00000008 /* Some medium on MII */
476#define TULIP_HAVE_SIANWAY 0x00000010 /* SIA does NWAY */
477#define TULIP_HAVE_DUALSENSE 0x00000020 /* SIA senses both AUI & TP */
478#define TULIP_HAVE_SIAGP 0x00000040 /* SIA has a GP port */
479#define TULIP_HAVE_BROKEN_HASH 0x00000080 /* Broken Multicast Hash */
480#define TULIP_HAVE_ISVSROM 0x00000100 /* uses ISV SROM Format */
481#define TULIP_HAVE_BASEROM 0x00000200 /* Board ROM can be cloned */
482#define TULIP_HAVE_SLAVEDROM 0x00000400 /* Board ROM cloned */
483#define TULIP_HAVE_SLAVEDINTR 0x00000800 /* Board slaved interrupt */
484#define TULIP_HAVE_SHAREDINTR 0x00001000 /* Board shares interrupts */
485#define TULIP_HAVE_OKROM 0x00002000 /* ROM was recognized */
486#define TULIP_HAVE_NOMEDIA 0x00004000 /* did not detect any media */
487#define TULIP_HAVE_STOREFWD 0x00008000 /* have CMD_STOREFWD */
488#define TULIP_HAVE_SIA100 0x00010000 /* has LS100 in SIA status */
489#define TULIP_HAVE_OKSROM 0x00020000 /* SROM CRC is OK */
490 u_int32_t tulip_intrmask; /* our copy of csr_intr */
491 u_int32_t tulip_cmdmode; /* our copy of csr_cmdmode */
492 u_int32_t tulip_last_system_error : 3; /* last system error (only value is TULIP_SYSTEMERROR is also set) */
493 u_int32_t tulip_txtimer : 2; /* transmission timer */
494 u_int32_t tulip_system_errors; /* number of system errors encountered */
495 u_int32_t tulip_statusbits; /* status bits from CSR5 that may need to be printed */
496
497 tulip_media_info_t *tulip_mediums[TULIP_MEDIA_MAX]; /* indexes into mediainfo */
498 tulip_media_t tulip_media; /* current media type */
499 u_int32_t tulip_abilities; /* remote system's abiltities (as defined in IEEE 802.3u) */
500
501 u_int8_t tulip_revinfo; /* revision of chip */
502 u_int8_t tulip_phyaddr; /* 0..31 -- address of current phy */
503 u_int8_t tulip_gpinit; /* active pins on 21140 */
504 u_int8_t tulip_gpdata; /* default gpdata for 21140 */
505
506 struct {
507 u_int8_t probe_count; /* count of probe operations */
508 int32_t probe_timeout; /* time in ms of probe timeout */
509 tulip_probe_state_t probe_state; /* current media probe state */
510 tulip_media_t probe_media; /* current media being probed */
511 u_int32_t probe_mediamask; /* medias checked */
512 u_int32_t probe_passes; /* times autosense failed */
513 u_int32_t probe_txprobes; /* txprobes attempted */
514 } tulip_probe;
515#define tulip_probe_count tulip_probe.probe_count
516#define tulip_probe_timeout tulip_probe.probe_timeout
517#define tulip_probe_state tulip_probe.probe_state
518#define tulip_probe_media tulip_probe.probe_media
519#define tulip_probe_mediamask tulip_probe.probe_mediamask
520#define tulip_probe_passes tulip_probe.probe_passes
521
522 tulip_chipid_t tulip_chipid; /* type of chip we are using */
523 const tulip_boardsw_t *tulip_boardsw; /* board/chip characteristics */
524 tulip_softc_t *tulip_slaves; /* slaved devices (ZX3xx) */
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525 struct ifqueue tulip_txq;
526 struct ifqueue tulip_rxq;
527 tulip_dot3_stats_t tulip_dot3stats;
528 tulip_ringinfo_t tulip_rxinfo;
529 tulip_ringinfo_t tulip_txinfo;
530 tulip_media_info_t tulip_mediainfo[10];
531 /*
532 * The setup buffers for sending the setup frame to the chip.
533 * one is the one being sent while the other is the one being
534 * filled.
535 */
536 u_int32_t tulip_setupbuf[192/sizeof(u_int32_t)];
537 u_int32_t tulip_setupdata[192/sizeof(u_int32_t)];
538 char tulip_boardid[16]; /* buffer for board ID */
539 u_int8_t tulip_rombuf[128];
540 u_int8_t tulip_pci_busno; /* needed for multiport boards */
541 u_int8_t tulip_pci_devno; /* needed for multiport boards */
542 u_int8_t tulip_connidx;
543 tulip_srom_connection_t tulip_conntype;
544 tulip_desc_t *tulip_rxdescs;
545 tulip_desc_t *tulip_txdescs;
b3e6c01b 546 device_t tulip_dev;
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547};
548
549#define TULIP_DO_AUTOSENSE(sc) (IFM_SUBTYPE((sc)->tulip_ifmedia.ifm_media) == IFM_AUTO)
550
551
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552static const char * const tulip_chipdescs[] = {
553 "21040 [10Mb/s]",
554 "21041 [10Mb/s]",
555 "21140 [10-100Mb/s]",
556 "21140A [10-100Mb/s]",
557 "21142 [10-100Mb/s]",
558 "21143 [10-100Mb/s]",
559};
560
561static const char * const tulip_mediums[] = {
562 "unknown", /* TULIP_MEDIA_UNKNOWN */
563 "10baseT", /* TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET */
564 "Full Duplex 10baseT", /* TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET_FD */
565 "BNC", /* TULIP_MEDIA_BNC */
566 "AUI", /* TULIP_MEDIA_AUI */
567 "External SIA", /* TULIP_MEDIA_EXTSIA */
568 "AUI/BNC", /* TULIP_MEDIA_AUIBNC */
569 "100baseTX", /* TULIP_MEDIA_100BASET */
570 "Full Duplex 100baseTX", /* TULIP_MEDIA_100BASET_FD */
571 "100baseT4", /* TULIP_MEDIA_100BASET4 */
572 "100baseFX", /* TULIP_MEDIA_100BASEFX */
573 "Full Duplex 100baseFX", /* TULIP_MEDIA_100BASEFX_FD */
574};
575
576static const int tulip_media_to_ifmedia[] = {
577 IFM_ETHER | IFM_NONE, /* TULIP_MEDIA_UNKNOWN */
578 IFM_ETHER | IFM_10_T, /* TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET */
579 IFM_ETHER | IFM_10_T | IFM_FDX, /* TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET_FD */
580 IFM_ETHER | IFM_10_2, /* TULIP_MEDIA_BNC */
581 IFM_ETHER | IFM_10_5, /* TULIP_MEDIA_AUI */
582 IFM_ETHER | IFM_MANUAL, /* TULIP_MEDIA_EXTSIA */
583 IFM_ETHER | IFM_10_5, /* TULIP_MEDIA_AUIBNC */
584 IFM_ETHER | IFM_100_TX, /* TULIP_MEDIA_100BASET */
585 IFM_ETHER | IFM_100_TX | IFM_FDX, /* TULIP_MEDIA_100BASET_FD */
586 IFM_ETHER | IFM_100_T4, /* TULIP_MEDIA_100BASET4 */
587 IFM_ETHER | IFM_100_FX, /* TULIP_MEDIA_100BASEFX */
588 IFM_ETHER | IFM_100_FX | IFM_FDX, /* TULIP_MEDIA_100BASEFX_FD */
589};
590
591static const char * const tulip_system_errors[] = {
592 "parity error",
593 "master abort",
594 "target abort",
595 "reserved #3",
596 "reserved #4",
597 "reserved #5",
598 "reserved #6",
599 "reserved #7",
600};
601
602static const char * const tulip_status_bits[] = {
603 NULL,
604 "transmit process stopped",
605 NULL,
606 "transmit jabber timeout",
607
608 NULL,
609 "transmit underflow",
610 NULL,
611 "receive underflow",
612
613 "receive process stopped",
614 "receive watchdog timeout",
615 NULL,
616 NULL,
617
618 "link failure",
619 NULL,
620 NULL,
621};
622
623static const struct {
624 tulip_srom_connection_t sc_type;
625 tulip_media_t sc_media;
626 u_int32_t sc_attrs;
627} tulip_srom_conninfo[] = {
628 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_10BASET, TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET },
629 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_BNC, TULIP_MEDIA_BNC },
630 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_AUI, TULIP_MEDIA_AUI },
631 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_100BASETX, TULIP_MEDIA_100BASETX },
632 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_100BASET4, TULIP_MEDIA_100BASET4 },
633 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_100BASEFX, TULIP_MEDIA_100BASEFX },
634 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_MII_10BASET, TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET,
635 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_MII },
636 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_MII_100BASETX, TULIP_MEDIA_100BASETX,
637 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_MII },
638 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_MII_100BASET4, TULIP_MEDIA_100BASET4,
639 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_MII },
640 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_MII_100BASEFX, TULIP_MEDIA_100BASEFX,
641 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_MII },
642 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_10BASET_NWAY, TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET,
643 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_NWAY },
644 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_10BASET_FD, TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET_FD },
645 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_MII_10BASET_FD, TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET_FD,
646 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_MII },
647 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_100BASETX_FD, TULIP_MEDIA_100BASETX_FD },
648 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_MII_100BASETX_FD, TULIP_MEDIA_100BASETX_FD,
649 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_MII },
650 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_10BASET_NOLINKPASS, TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET,
651 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_NOLINKPASS },
652 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_AUTOSENSE, TULIP_MEDIA_UNKNOWN,
653 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_AUTOSENSE },
654 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_AUTOSENSE_POWERUP, TULIP_MEDIA_UNKNOWN,
655 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_AUTOSENSE|TULIP_SROM_ATTR_POWERUP },
656 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_AUTOSENSE_NWAY, TULIP_MEDIA_UNKNOWN,
657 TULIP_SROM_ATTR_AUTOSENSE|TULIP_SROM_ATTR_NWAY },
658 { TULIP_SROM_CONNTYPE_NOT_USED, TULIP_MEDIA_UNKNOWN }
659};
660#define TULIP_SROM_LASTCONNIDX \
661 (sizeof(tulip_srom_conninfo)/sizeof(tulip_srom_conninfo[0]) - 1)
662
663static const struct {
664 tulip_media_t sm_type;
665 tulip_srom_media_t sm_srom_type;
666} tulip_srom_mediums[] = {
667 { TULIP_MEDIA_100BASEFX_FD, TULIP_SROM_MEDIA_100BASEFX_FD },
668 { TULIP_MEDIA_100BASEFX, TULIP_SROM_MEDIA_100BASEFX },
669 { TULIP_MEDIA_100BASET4, TULIP_SROM_MEDIA_100BASET4 },
670 { TULIP_MEDIA_100BASETX_FD, TULIP_SROM_MEDIA_100BASETX_FD },
671 { TULIP_MEDIA_100BASETX, TULIP_SROM_MEDIA_100BASETX },
672 { TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET_FD, TULIP_SROM_MEDIA_10BASET_FD },
673 { TULIP_MEDIA_AUI, TULIP_SROM_MEDIA_AUI },
674 { TULIP_MEDIA_BNC, TULIP_SROM_MEDIA_BNC },
675 { TULIP_MEDIA_10BASET, TULIP_SROM_MEDIA_10BASET },
676 { TULIP_MEDIA_UNKNOWN }
677};
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678
679/*
680 * This driver supports a maximum of 32 tulip boards.
681 * This should be enough for the forseeable future.
682 */
683#define TULIP_MAX_DEVICES 32
684
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685#define TULIP_RXDESC_PRESYNC(sc, di, s) do { } while (0)
686#define TULIP_RXDESC_POSTSYNC(sc, di, s) do { } while (0)
687#define TULIP_RXMAP_PRESYNC(sc, map) do { } while (0)
688#define TULIP_RXMAP_POSTSYNC(sc, map) do { } while (0)
984263bc 689#define TULIP_RXMAP_CREATE(sc, mapp) do { } while (0)
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691#define TULIP_TXDESC_PRESYNC(sc, di, s) do { } while (0)
692#define TULIP_TXDESC_POSTSYNC(sc, di, s) do { } while (0)
693#define TULIP_TXMAP_PRESYNC(sc, map) do { } while (0)
694#define TULIP_TXMAP_POSTSYNC(sc, map) do { } while (0)
984263bc 695#define TULIP_TXMAP_CREATE(sc, mapp) do { } while (0)
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696
697#ifdef notyet
698#define SIOCGADDRROM _IOW('i', 240, struct ifreq) /* get 128 bytes of ROM */
699#define SIOCGCHIPID _IOWR('i', 241, struct ifreq) /* get chipid */
700#endif
701
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702#define loudprintf if (bootverbose) printf
703
704#ifndef tulip_if
705#define tulip_if tulip_ac.ac_if
706#endif
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707#ifndef tulip_enaddr
708#define tulip_enaddr tulip_ac.ac_enaddr
709#endif
710
fd1d9b77 711#if !defined(TULIP_KVATOPHYS)
f90fc764 712#define TULIP_KVATOPHYS(sc, va) vtophys(va)
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713#endif
714
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715#define TULIP_MAX_TXSEG 30
716
984263bc 717#endif /* !defined(_DEVAR_H) */