Thank you very much for your reply.
Now, I can connect to the IC, and the chip was recognized by PCIe correctly.
The problem was related to the AC coupling capacitors on PCIe receiver lines. So, my problem was solved.
If I have another problem, I will ask you again...
Have a nice day,
I was forwarded to the forum by your colleague Carlos, so I'll ask the question here as it is related to Babak's question (my colleague).
We have now the IC up and running, detected by the kernel. But now we need to program the NVM attached to the IC.
This is the ID from linux:
pci 0000:01:00.0: [8086:10d3] type 00 class 0x020000
And this is the output from the driver:
e1000e 0000:01:00.0: The NVM Checksum Is Not Valid
Currently the NVM (AT25320) is empty.
How do I manage to program the NVM from the board?
Do we need to sign a NDA in order to get a tool?
Thanks in advance.
We do not sell controllers to general public. You will need to go back to where you purchased or acquired the controller to get support for it.