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Owner's Manual
214134 Revision AB
April 2005 Edition

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  • Page 1 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module Owner’s Manual 214134 Revision AB April 2005 Edition...
  • Page 2 All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Motorola and the stylized M logo are trademarks of Motorola, Inc., registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Alaska and Marvell are trademarks of the Marvell Technology Group Ltd.
  • Page 4 The safety precautions listed below represent warnings of certain dangers of which Motorola is aware. You, as the user of the product, should follow these warnings and all other safety precautions necessary for the safe operation of the equipment in your operating environment.
  • Page 5 This equipment is to be used only with products that are certified by an internationally recognized safety organization (for instance, UL or CSA). Flammability All Motorola PWBs (printed wiring boards) are manufactured with a flammability rating of 94V-0 by UL-recognized manufacturers. EMI Caution This equipment generates, uses and can radiate electromagnetic energy.
  • Page 6 While reasonable efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of this document, Motorola, Inc. assumes no liability resulting from any omissions in this document, or from the use of the information obtained therein. Motorola reserves the right to revise this document and to make changes from time to time in the content hereof without obligation of Motorola to notify any person of such revision or changes.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Verify Slot Usage ....................1-10 Installation and Removal .................... 1-11 Installation of Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module on a Host Board ....1-11 Installing a Board Module into the Chassis ............1-13 Connecting the Ethernet Cable to the PMC Module ........... 1-15...
  • Page 8 CHAPTER 2 Functional Description Introduction ........................2-1 Product Features ......................2-1 Functional Components....................2-2 Intel 82543GC Ethernet LAN Controller ...............2-2 Marvell Alaska 88E1000 Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver ........2-4 Serial EEPROM .....................2-4 Interrupt Request Line ....................2-5 Device Drivers.......................2-5 Ethernet Address......................2-5 Regulatory Compliance ....................2-5 CHAPTER 3 Controls, Indicators and Connector Pin Assignments Introduction ........................3-1 Bezel Connector and LEDs ...................3-1...
  • Page 9 Figure 1-1. PMC/Gigabit Ethernet/82543 ..............1-2 Figure 1-2. Injector/Ejector Lever Types ..............1-10 Figure 1-3. Installing the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module on Host Board ..1-12 Figure 1-4. General Host Board Installation .............. 1-14 Figure 1-5. Connecting to the Network ..............1-16 Figure 2-1.
  • Page 11 List of Tables Table 2-1. Supported Mode Settings................2-3 Table 3-1. Bezel Connector and LEDs................3-2 Table 3-2. J1 PCI Bus Connector Pin Assignments............3-4 Table 3-3. J2 PCI Bus Connector Pin Assignments............3-5 Table 3-4. J1 and J2 PCI Bus Connector Signal Definitions ........3-6 Table 3-5.
  • Page 12: About This Manual

    About this Manual This manual describes and explains how to install the Gigabit Ethernet 82543 PCI mezzanine card (PMC). This network interface card (NIC) is designed for the PCI bus and operates independently of a host processor. Audience This manual is intended for anyone who designs OEM systems, supplies additional capability to existing compatible systems, or works in a lab environment for experimental purposes.
  • Page 13: Overview Of Contents

    Ethernet 82543 PMC provided by the major onboard components. It also provides a brief general description and a block diagram of Gigabit Ethernet 82543 PMC. The remainder of the chapter is an overview of each functional characteristic of the board along with a description of what component or components provide each function.
  • Page 14: Conventions Used In This Manual

    Embedded Communications Computing Reader Comments DW164 2900 S. Diablo Way Tempe, Arizona 85282 You can also submit comments to the following e-mail address: reader-comments@mcg.mot.com In all your correspondence, please list your name, position and company. Be sure to include the title and part number of the manual and tell how you used it.
  • Page 15: Abbreviations

    Caution Avoid touching areas of integrated circuitry; static discharge can damage circuits. Caution Before you install or remove a board Motorola strongly recommends that Use ESD you use an antistatic wrist strap and a conductive foam pad. Wrist Strap Identifies any risk of personal injury or loss of life and should explicitly state the nature of the risk and specify how to reduce or avoid the risk.
  • Page 16 Abbreviation Meaning Direct current Digital signal processor EEPROM Electrically erasable programmable read-only memory Electrostatic discharge Federal Communication Commission FIFO First-in/first-out File Transfer Protocol GMII Gigabit Media Independent Interface IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Input/output Interrupt request Local area network Light emitting diode Linear feet per minute Media Access Control...
  • Page 18: Preparation And Installation

    (wattage) required for the PMCs does not exceed the system’s power supply rating. Refer to your computer system documentation for this Caution information. In this manual, the name Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module refers to all models of the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module series boards, unless otherwise specified. General Description...
  • Page 19: Gigabit Ethernet Technology

    It delivers an excellent business solution to increasing requirements for bandwidth on a LAN. Gigabit Ethernet technology offers the following advantages: High performance Standards-based technology Cost-effective migration Growing vendor support Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 20: High Performance

    (UTP) Ethernet wiring: 1000 BaseTx (1000 Mb/s) on Category 5e cabling, 100 BaseTx (100 Mb/s) on Category 5 cabling, and 10 BaseTx (10 Mb/s) on Category 3, 4, or 5 cabling. Administrative expertise Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 21: Vendor Support

    The type of system enclosure you use is determined by the configuration and architecture of the host board (either SBC or carrier card). In some cases, the host board and Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module assembly requires only a single slot in the chassis. A customized chassis may...
  • Page 22: Guidelines For Unpacking

    This section applies to all hardware installations you may perform that involve the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module and host board. If the host board is a hot-swap module, you can install it or remove it without shutting down the operating system or removing system power.
  • Page 23: Equipment Required

    Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module. Observe ESD Precautions Motorola strongly recommends that you use an antistatic wrist strap and a Use ESD conductive foam pad when installing or upgrading a system. Electronic components, such as disk drives, computer boards and memory modules, can be extremely sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD).
  • Page 24: Watch For Bent Pins Or Other Damage

    ECC warranty for the backplane or boards. If a system contains one or more crushed pins, power off the system and contact your local sales representative to schedule delivery of a replacement chassis assembly. Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 25: Use Caution When Installing Or Removing Boards

    If a module is not hot swap compliant, you should remove power to the slot or system before inserting or removing the module. To facilitate hot swap, PICMG 2.1 specifies a blue LED on the faceplate. This LED is under software control. Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 26: Recognize Different Injector/Ejector Lever Types

    The following illustration shows the typical board ejector handles used with ECC payload cards: A) Elma Latching, B) Rittal Type II, C) Rittal Type IV. All handles are compliant with the CompactPCI specification and are designed to meet the IEEE1101.10 standards. Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 27: Verify Slot Usage

    Prevent possible damage to module components by verifying the proper slot usage for your configuration. Caution Capability glyphs provide visual indication of backplane connector and board capability. Capability glyphs are: (Triangle) for System Slot (Circle) for Peripheral Slots 1-10 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 28: Installation And Removal

    Ethernet/82543 PMC Module on a typical host board. Installation of Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module on a Host Board To install a Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module on a host board (either SBC or carrier card), refer to the Figure 1-3 on page 1-12, read all cautions and warnings and perform the following steps.
  • Page 29: Figure 1-3. Installing The Gigabit Ethernet/82543 Pmc Module On Host Board

    Front Panel PMC cutout Screws Figure 1-3. Installing the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module on Host Board 2. Perform an operating system shutdown. Turn the AC or DC power off and remove the AC cord or DC power lines from the system.
  • Page 30: Installing A Board Module Into The Chassis

    Before You Install or Remove a Board on page 1-6. Use ESD Handling modules and peripherals can result in static damage. Use a grounded wrist strap, static-dissipating work surface and antistatic containers when handling and storing components. Wrist Strap Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use 1-13...
  • Page 31: Figure 1-4. General Host Board Installation

    1-10). Align the edges of the module with the card cage rail guides in the appropriate slot. 3. Using your thumbs, apply equal and steady pressure as necessary to carefully slide the module into the card cage rail guides (Stage 1). 1-14 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 32: Connecting The Ethernet Cable To The Pmc Module

    1. Connect the Ethernet cable to the RJ–45 connector on the front panel of the PMC (see Figure 1-5 on page 1-16). For continued safe operation, connect the PMC to Ethernet wiring only. Do not connect the PMC to telephone wiring. Warning Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use 1-15...
  • Page 33: Figure 1-5. Connecting To The Network

    Category 5 cable either point-to-point or to a 100 Base-Tx hub. – To establish a valid 10-Mb/s connection, connect a UTP Category 3, 4, or 5 cable either point-to-point or to a 10 Base-T hub. 1-16 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 34: Removal Of Gigabit Ethernet/82543 Pmc Module From A Host Board

    Removal of Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module from a Host Board To remove a Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module from a host board (either SBC or carrier card), refer to Figure 1-3 on page 1-12 read all cautions and warnings and perform the following steps.
  • Page 35 ESD mat) with the secondary side of the board facing up. 4. Remove the four screws from the holes in the host board that fasten the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module module to the host board. 5. Carefully turn the host board to the primary side and place on your working surface.
  • Page 36: Functional Description

    2Functional Description Introduction This chapter describes the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module on a feature and block diagram level. Figure 2-1 on page 2-2 shows a block diagram of the overall board architecture. The following sections contain detailed descriptions of several blocks of circuitry.
  • Page 37: Functional Components

    Functional Components Figure 2-1 shows a functional block diagram of the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module. As the diagram shows, the key functional components are the Intel 82543GC Ethernet LAN Controller, the Marvell Alaska 88E1000 Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver chip, and serial electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM).
  • Page 38: Table 2-1. Supported Mode Settings

    1000 Mb/s is NOT supported 100 Mb/s, full duplex 100 Mb/s, full duplex 100 Mb/s, half duplex 100 Mb/s, half duplex 10 Mb/s, full duplex 10 Mb/s, full duplex 10 Mb/s, half duplex 10 Mb/s, half duplex Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 39: Marvell Alaska 88E1000 Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver

    (CSR). Routines are available for reading from and writing to the EEPROM. For more information on the contents of the EEPROM, see the PMC/Gigabit Ethernet/82543 Driver Development Information. For more information on the Intel 82543GC Ethernet LAN Controller's read and write routines, see the Intel 82543GC Gigabit Ethernet Controller Datasheet/Developer’s Manual (OR-2403).
  • Page 40: Interrupt Request Line

    Interrupt Request Line Interrupt Request Line The interrupt request (IRQ) line for the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module is connected to PCI interrupt signal INTA. Device Drivers For information on supported device drivers for the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module, see the PMC/Gigabit Ethernet/82543 Supported Driver Information.
  • Page 42: Controls, Indicators And Connector Pin Assignments

    Connector Pin Assignments Introduction This chapter provides details of controls, indicators as well as connector pin assignments for all connectors on the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module. The following connectors on the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module, are described: J1 and J2 PCI Bus Connectors on page 3-3...
  • Page 43: Figure 3-1. Bezel Connector And Leds

    An green LED. ON indicates that full duplex mode is enabled and OFF indicates that half duplex mode is enabled. 10 Mb/s A green LED. ON indicates 10 Mb/s mode is selected and a CD signal has been detected. Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 44: J1 And J2 Pci Bus Connectors

    J2 PCI bus connector pin assignments, respectively. Table 3-4 on page 3-6 defines the signals associated with the connector pins. Note: An asterisk (*) in a signal name indicates that the signal is active low. Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 45: Table 3-2. J1 Pci Bus Connector Pin Assignments

    -12V INTA* INTB* INTC* BUSMODE1* INTD* GNT* REQ* V(I/O) AD31 AD28 AD27 AD25 C/BE3* AD22 AD21 AD19 V(I/O) AD17 FRAME* IRDY* DEVSEL* LOCK* SDONE* SBO* V(I/O) AD15 AD12 AD11 AD09 C/BE0* AD06 AD05 AD04 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 46: Table 3-3. J2 Pci Bus Connector Pin Assignments

    Table 3-3. J2 PCI Bus Connector Pin Assignments Signal Signal +12V TRST* BUSMODE2* +3.3V RST* BUSMODE3* +3.3V BUSMODE4* AD30 AD29 AD26 AD24 +3.3V IDSEL AD23 +3.3V AD20 AD18 AD16 C/BE2* TRDY* +3.3V STOP* PERR* +3.3V SERR* Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 47: Table 3-4. J1 And J2 Pci Bus Connector Signal Definitions

    PCI bus command and byte enable control and status PCI I/O clock signals DEVSEL* PCI device select signals FRAME* PCI data block transfer control signal Ground GNT* PCI bus mastering grant signal IDSEL Logical slot ID signal Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 48: J3 Pci Bus Connector

    Voltage I/O source J3 PCI Bus Connector Table 3-5 on page 3-8 identifies the 32-bit J3 PCI bus connector pin assignments, respectively. Table 3-6 on page 3-9 defines the signals associated with the connector pins. Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 49: Table 3-5. J3 Pci Bus Connector Pin Assignment

    C/BE6* C/BE5* C/BE4* V(I/O) PAR64 AD63 AD62 AD61 AD60 AD59 AD58 AD57 V(I/O) AD56 AD55 AD54 AD53 AD52 AD51 AD50 AD49 AD48 AD47 AD46 AD45 V(I/O) AD44 AD43 AD42 AD41 AD40 AD39 AD38 AD37 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 50: Rj-45 Ethernet Connector

    RJ–45 Ethernet connector (pin side up). Table 3-7 on page 3-10 lists the connector pin assignments and Table 3-8 on page 3-10 lists the signal definitions. 1 2345 6 78 Figure 3-2. RJ–45 Ethernet Connector Pin Layout Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 51: Table 3-7. Rj-45 Ethernet Connector Pin Assignments

    Table 3-9 lists the connections for creating a cross-over cable. Table 3-9. Cross-Over Cable Connections Connector 1 Pin Wire Color Signal Connector 2 Pin White/Green Transmit+ Green/White Transmit– White/Orange Receive+ Blue/White No connection 3-10 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 52: Loopback Connector (10/100 Mb/S Only)

    Loopback Connector (10/100 Mb/s Only) You can create a loopback connector with a plug by connecting the pins listed in Table 3-10. Table 3-10. Loopback Connections Connect Pin... Signal To Pin... Signal Transmit+ Receive+ Transmit– Receive– Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use 3-11...
  • Page 54: Error List

    This appendix provides a hint list for detecting erroneous system configurations and any untoward or unusual behavior of the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module. It cannot replace a serious and sophisticated pre- and post-sales support during application development. If it is not possible to fix a problem using the Error List provided, contact your local sales representative or FAE for further support.
  • Page 55: Table 3-1. Troubleshooting An Installation

    LED is not lit. the network cable is loose, port, that the connection is disconnected, or connected to secure, and that the connected a device that does not support device supports 1000 Mb/s 1000 Mb/s mode. mode. Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 56 If the problem persists, contact your system administrator or authorized Motorola distributor. A conflict exists with another Enable the PMC slot for bus module. mastering. Check that the slot is enabled. Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 58: Specifications

    (for instance, UL or CSA). Physical Requirements The Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module measures 149 mm by 74 mm and is constructed using six-layer circuit board technology with four signal layers and two power/ground layers. The PMC uses 32- and 64-bit PCI bus connectors.
  • Page 59: Power Requirements

    Damage of power supply circuits The power supply circuits on the carrier card may be overloaded if more than one Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module module is assembled. This Caution results in permanent damage to the carrier card.
  • Page 60: Environmental Requirements

    5V Rail : 0.4mAmp maximum The power requirement of the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module, which is supplied by the carrier card, is detailed below in Table 3-2. Table 3-2. Power Requirements Requirement Value Maximum power 5.71W Maximum DC amps (+3.3 V) 1.73A...
  • Page 61: Table 3-3. Environmental Requirements

    High humidity, temperature and condensation may cause short circuits. Caution Therefore, ensure that the product is completely dry and there is no moisture on any surface before applying power. Table 3-3 lists environmental requirements for the Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module. Table 3-3. Environmental Requirements Characteristic Specification Temperature range Operating : 0°C to 55°C (32°F to 158°F)
  • Page 62: Emc Compliance

    EMC Compliance The Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Module is an add-on module meant to be used in conjunction with standard SBC or carrier card. As such, it is the responsibility of the OEM to meet the regulatory guidelines as determined by their application.
  • Page 64: Embedded Communications Computing Documents

    CRelated Documents Embedded Communications Computing Documents The Motorola publications listed below are referenced in this manual. You can obtain electronic copies of Embedded Communications Computing publications by: Contacting your local Motorola sales office Visiting Embedded Communications Computing’s World Wide Web literature site, http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 65: Manufacturers' Documents

    IEEE - Common Mezzanine Card Specification (CMC) P1386 Revision 2.0 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. IEEE - PCI Mezzanine Card Specification (PMC) P1386.1 Revision 2.0 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 66 PCI Industrial Manufacturers Group (PICMG) http://www.picmg.com/ Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Local Bus PCI Local Bus Specification Specification, Revision 2.0, 2.1, 2.2 Embedded PCI-X (ePCI-X) for Standard Form Factor PCI PICMG 1.2 R1.0 Specification Electronic Industries Alliance http://www.eia.org/ Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 68 Index Symbols +5V signal ......... 3-4 ACK64 signal ........3-6 Activity status (ACT) LED ....3-2 Numerics AD signals ... 3-4 10 BaseTx ......... 2-1 Address, Ethernet .......2-4 10 BaseTx cabling ......1-3 Administration ........1-3 10 Mb/s ........1-1 Air flow requirements ......
  • Page 69 Echo cancellation ......2-4 J3 PCI bus connector ....3-7 EEPROM (electrically erasable pro- ....3-8 pin assignments for grammable read-only memory) ......3-8 signals for ........2-4 J4 PCI bus connector ....3-7 loopback connector ...3-11 IN-2 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 70 1-16 ........2-2 Full-duplex mode .......2-1 Interrupt request (IRQ) line ....2-5 Functional block diagram ....2-2 Interrupt signal ........2-5 Functional components ..... 2-2 IRDY signal .......3-4 IRQ (interrupt request) line ....2-5 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use IN-3...
  • Page 71 PCI bus interface ......B-1 PCI mezzanine card (PMC) ....1-1 Peak traffic ........1-3 MAC (Media Access Control) layer .1-3 Performance ....... 1-3 Management information bases (MIBs) PERR signal .......3-5 Physical layer interface ....2-3 IN-4 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...
  • Page 72 ........2-5 REQ signal .........3-4 Simple Network Management Protocol REQ64 signal ......3-5 (SNMP) ........ 1-4 Requirements Single-board computer (SBC) air flow ........B-4 See Host module altitude ........B-4 Size ..........B-1 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use IN-5...
  • Page 73 TDO signal ........ 3-5 Telephone wiring ......1-15 Telnet service ........1-16 Temperature change requirements ... B-4 Temperature range requirements ..B-4 TMS signal ........ 3-5 Tools, network analysis .....1-4 Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) ....1-16 IN-6 Gigabit Ethernet/82543 PMC Installation and Use...