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ADIN1110 SPI vs RMII

I just became aware of this new part and have a question.

 

If we are using lwIP for our Ethernet stack, what has to happen for it to work with a SPI interface to the MAC/PHY instead of the normal RMII interface?



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[edited by: wassim_magnin at 3:38 PM (GMT -5) on 26 Jan 2022]

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  • Hi  ,

    The ADIN1110 is interfaced with the host through SPI. We provide the C code driver that supports Open Alliance SPI or Generic SPI.

    You can use the driver provided with any TCP/IP stack of…

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  • Hi  ,

    The ADIN1110 is interfaced with the host through SPI. We provide the C code driver that supports Open Alliance SPI or Generic SPI.

    You can use the driver provided with any TCP/IP stack of your choice, we actually provide LwIP examples as part of the driver package (see the examples folder in the driver install location)

    Unlike the the ADIN1100 (PHY), there is no MAC interface (MII,RMII or RGMII) on our MAC-PHYs.

    Regards,


    Wassim

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  • Hi  ,

    The ADIN1110 is interfaced with the host through SPI. We provide the C code driver that supports Open Alliance SPI or Generic SPI.

    You can use the driver provided with any TCP/IP stack of your choice, we actually provide LwIP examples as part of the driver package (see the examples folder in the driver install location)

    Unlike the the ADIN1100 (PHY), there is no MAC interface (MII,RMII or RGMII) on our MAC-PHYs.

    Regards,


    Wassim

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