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Date:      Wed, 11 Dec 2013 00:17:13 +0000 (UTC)
From:      Navdeep Parhar <np@FreeBSD.org>
To:        src-committers@freebsd.org, svn-src-all@freebsd.org, svn-src-stable@freebsd.org, svn-src-stable-10@freebsd.org
Subject:   svn commit: r259206 - stable/10/sys/net
Message-ID:  <201312110017.rBB0HDgX090835@svn.freebsd.org>

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Author: np
Date: Wed Dec 11 00:17:13 2013
New Revision: 259206
URL: http://svnweb.freebsd.org/changeset/base/259206

Log:
  MFC r258692 (gnn).
  
  Add constants for use in interrogating various fiber and copper connectors
  most often used with network interfaces.
  
  The SFF-8472 standard defines the information that can be retrieved
  from an optic or a copper cable plugged into a NIC, most often
  referred to as SFP+.  Examples of values that can be read
  include the cable vendor's name, part number, date of manufacture
  as well as running data such as temperature, voltage and tx
  and rx power.
  
  Copious comments on how to use these values with an I2C interface
  are given in the header file itself.
  
  Discussed with:	gnn

Added:
  stable/10/sys/net/sff8472.h
     - copied unchanged from r258692, head/sys/net/sff8472.h
Modified:
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Copied: stable/10/sys/net/sff8472.h (from r258692, head/sys/net/sff8472.h)
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+/*-
+ * Copyright (c) 2013 George V. Neville-Neil
+ * All rights reserved.
+ *
+ * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+ * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+ * are met:
+ * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+ *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+ * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+ *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+ *    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+ *
+ * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
+ * ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
+ * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ * ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
+ * FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
+ * DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
+ * OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+ * HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+ * LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+ * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+ * SUCH DAMAGE.
+ *
+ * $FreeBSD$
+ */
+
+/*
+ * The following set of constants are from Document SFF-8472
+ * "Diagnostic Monitoring Interface for Optical Transceivers" revision
+ * 11.3 published by the SFF Committee on June 11, 2013
+ *
+ * The SFF standard defines two ranges of addresses, each 255 bytes
+ * long for the storage of data and diagnostics on cables, such as
+ * SFP+ optics and TwinAx cables.  The ranges are defined in the
+ * following way:
+ *
+ * Base Address 0xa0 (Identification Data)
+ * 0-95    Serial ID Defined by SFP MSA
+ * 96-127  Vendor Specific Data
+ * 128-255 Reserved
+ *
+ * Base Address 0xa2 (Diagnostic Data)
+ * 0-55    Alarm and Warning Thresholds
+ * 56-95   Cal Constants
+ * 96-119  Real Time Diagnostic Interface
+ * 120-127 Vendor Specific
+ * 128-247 User Writable EEPROM
+ * 248-255 Vendor Specific
+ *
+ * Note that not all addresses are supported.  Where support is
+ * optional this is noted and instructions for checking for the
+ * support are supplied.
+ *
+ * All these values are read across an I2C (i squared C) bus.  Any
+ * device wishing to read these addresses must first have support for
+ * i2c calls.  The Chelsio T4/T5 driver (dev/cxgbe) is one such
+ * driver.
+ */
+
+
+/* Table 3.1 Two-wire interface ID: Data Fields */
+
+#define SFF_8472_BASE 		0xa0   /* Base address for all our queries. */
+#define SFF_8472_ID		0  /* Transceiver Type (Table 3.2) */
+#define SFF_8472_EXT_ID		1  /* Extended transceiver type (Table 3.3) */
+#define SFF_8472_CONNECTOR	2  /* Connector type (Table 3.4) */
+#define SFF_8472_TRANS_START	3  /* Elec or Optical Compatibility
+				    * (Table 3.5) */
+#define SFF_8472_TRANS_END	10
+#define SFF_8472_ENCODING	11 /* Encoding Code for high speed
+				    * serial encoding algorithm (see
+				    * Table 3.6) */
+#define SFF_8472_BITRATE	12 /* Nominal signaling rate, units
+				    *  of 100MBd.  (see details for
+				    *  rates > 25.0Gb/s) */
+#define SFF_8472_RATEID		13 /* Type of rate select
+				    * functionality (see Table
+				    * 3.6a) */
+#define SFF_8472_LEN_SMF_KM	14 /* Link length supported for single
+				    * mode fiber, units of km */
+#define SFF_8472_LEN_SMF	15 /* Link length supported for single
+				    * mode fiber, units of 100 m */
+#define SFF_8472_LEN_50UM	16 /* Link length supported for 50 um
+				    * OM2 fiber, units of 10 m */
+#define SFF_8472_LEN_625UM	17 /* Link length supported for 62.5
+				    * um OM1 fiber, units of 10 m */
+#define SFF_8472_LEN_OM4	18 /* Link length supported for 50um
+				    * OM4 fiber, units of 10m.
+				    * Alternatively copper or direct
+				    * attach cable, units of m */
+#define SFF_8472_LEN_OM3	19 /* Link length supported for 50 um OM3 fiber, units of 10 m */
+#define SFF_8472_VENDOR_START 	20 /* Vendor name [Address A0h, Bytes
+				    * 20-35] */
+#define SFF_8472_VENDOR_END 	35
+#define SFF_8472_TRANS		36 /* Transceiver Code for electronic
+				    * or optical compatibility (see
+				    * Table 3.5) */
+#define SFF_8472_VENDOR_OUI_START	37 /* Vendor OUI SFP vendor IEEE
+				    * company ID */
+#define SFF_8472_VENDOR_OUI_END	39
+#define SFF_8472_PN_START 	40 /* Vendor PN */
+#define SFF_8472_PN_END 	55
+#define SFF_8472_REV_START 	56 /* Vendor Revision */
+#define SFF_8472_REV_END 	59
+#define SFF_8472_WAVELEN_START	60 /* Wavelength Laser wavelength
+				    * (Passive/Active Cable
+				    * Specification Compliance) */
+#define SFF_8472_WAVELEN_END	61
+#define SFF_8472_CC_BASE	63 /* CC_BASE Check code for Base ID
+				    * Fields (addresses 0 to 62) */
+
+/*
+ * Extension Fields (optional) check the options before reading other
+ * addresses.
+ */
+#define SFF_8472_OPTIONS_MSB	64 /* Options Indicates which optional
+				    * transceiver signals are
+				    * implemented */
+#define SFF_8472_OPTIONS_LSB	65 /* (see Table 3.7) */
+#define SFF_8472_BR_MAX		66 /* BR max Upper bit rate margin,
+				    * units of % (see details for
+				    * rates > 25.0Gb/s) */
+#define SFF_8472_BR_MIN		67 /* Lower bit rate margin, units of
+				    * % (see details for rates >
+				    * 25.0Gb/s) */
+#define SFF_8472_SN_START 	68 /* Vendor SN [Address A0h, Bytes 68-83] */
+#define SFF_8472_SN_END 	83
+#define SFF_8472_DATE_START	84 /* Date code Vendor’s manufacturing
+				    * date code (see Table 3.8) */
+#define SFF_8472_DATE_END	91
+#define SFF_8472_DIAG_TYPE	92 /* Diagnostic Monitoring Type
+				    * Indicates which type of
+				    * diagnostic monitoring is
+				    * implemented (if any) in the
+				    * transceiver (see Table 3.9)
+				    */
+#define SFF_8472_DIAG_IMPL	(1 << 6) /* Required to be 1 */
+#define SFF_8472_DIAG_INTERNAL	(1 << 5) /* Internal measurements. */
+#define SFF_8472_DIAG_EXTERNAL	(1 << 4) /* External measurements. */
+#define SFF_8472_DIAG_POWER	(1 << 3) /* Power measurement type */
+#define SFF_8472_DIAG_ADDR_CHG	(1 << 2) /* Address change required.
+					  * See SFF-8472 doc. */
+
+#define SFF_8472_ENHANCED	93 /* Enhanced Options Indicates which
+				    * optional enhanced features are
+				    * implemented (if any) in the
+				    * transceiver (see Table 3.10) */
+#define SFF_8472_COMPLIANCE	94 /* SFF-8472 Compliance Indicates
+				    * which revision of SFF-8472 the
+				    * transceiver complies with.  (see
+				    * Table 3.12)*/
+#define SFF_8472_CC_EXT		95 /* Check code for the Extended ID
+				    * Fields (addresses 64 to 94)
+				    */
+
+#define SFF_8472_VENDOR_RSRVD_START	96
+#define SFF_8472_VENDOR_RSRVD_END	127
+
+#define SFF_8472_RESERVED_START	128
+#define SFF_8472_RESERVED_END	255
+
+ /*
+  * Diagnostics are available at the two wire address 0xa2.  All
+  * diagnostics are OPTIONAL so you should check 0xa0 registers 92 to
+  * see which, if any are supported.
+  */
+
+#define SFF_8472_DIAG 		0xa2  /* Base address for diagnostics. */
+
+ /*
+  *  Table 3.15 Alarm and Warning Thresholds All values are 2 bytes
+  * and MUST be read in a single read operation starting at the MSB
+  */
+
+#define SFF_8472_TEMP_HIGH_ALM		0 /* Temp High Alarm  */
+#define SFF_8472_TEMP_LOW_ALM		2 /* Temp Low Alarm */
+#define SFF_8472_TEMP_HIGH_WARN		4 /* Temp High Warning */
+#define SFF_8472_TEMP_LOW_WARN		6 /* Temp Low Warning */
+#define SFF_8472_VOLTAGE_HIGH_ALM	8 /* Voltage High Alarm */
+#define SFF_8472_VOLTAGE_LOW_ALM	10 /* Voltage Low Alarm */
+#define SFF_8472_VOLTAGE_HIGH_WARN	12 /* Voltage High Warning */
+#define SFF_8472_VOLTAGE_LOW_WARN	14 /* Voltage Low Warning */
+#define SFF_8472_BIAS_HIGH_ALM		16 /* Bias High Alarm */
+#define SFF_8472_BIAS_LOW_ALM		18 /* Bias Low Alarm */
+#define SFF_8472_BIAS_HIGH_WARN		20 /* Bias High Warning */
+#define SFF_8472_BIAS_LOW_WARN		22 /* Bias Low Warning */
+#define SFF_8472_TX_POWER_HIGH_ALM	24 /* TX Power High Alarm */
+#define SFF_8472_TX_POWER_LOW_ALM	26 /* TX Power Low Alarm */
+#define SFF_8472_TX_POWER_HIGH_WARN	28 /* TX Power High Warning */
+#define SFF_8472_TX_POWER_LOW_WARN	30 /* TX Power Low Warning */
+#define SFF_8472_RX_POWER_HIGH_ALM	32 /* RX Power High Alarm */
+#define SFF_8472_RX_POWER_LOW_ALM	34 /* RX Power Low Alarm */
+#define SFF_8472_RX_POWER_HIGH_WARN	36 /* RX Power High Warning */
+#define SFF_8472_RX_POWER_LOW_WARN	38 /* RX Power Low Warning */
+
+#define SFF_8472_RX_POWER4	56 /* Rx_PWR(4) Single precision
+				    *  floating point calibration data
+				    *  - Rx optical power. Bit 7 of
+				    *  byte 56 is MSB. Bit 0 of byte
+				    *  59 is LSB. Rx_PWR(4) should be
+				    *  set to zero for “internally
+				    *  calibrated” devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_RX_POWER3	60 /* Rx_PWR(3) Single precision
+				    * floating point calibration data
+				    * - Rx optical power.  Bit 7 of
+				    * byte 60 is MSB. Bit 0 of byte 63
+				    * is LSB. Rx_PWR(3) should be set
+				    * to zero for “internally
+				    * calibrated” devices.*/
+#define SFF_8472_RX_POWER2	64 /* Rx_PWR(2) Single precision
+				    * floating point calibration data,
+				    * Rx optical power.  Bit 7 of byte
+				    * 64 is MSB, bit 0 of byte 67 is
+				    * LSB. Rx_PWR(2) should be set to
+				    * zero for “internally calibrated”
+				    * devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_RX_POWER1	68 /* Rx_PWR(1) Single precision
+				    * floating point calibration data,
+				    * Rx optical power. Bit 7 of byte
+				    * 68 is MSB, bit 0 of byte 71 is
+				    * LSB. Rx_PWR(1) should be set to
+				    * 1 for “internally calibrated”
+				    * devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_RX_POWER0	72 /* Rx_PWR(0) Single precision
+				    * floating point calibration data,
+				    * Rx optical power. Bit 7 of byte
+				    * 72 is MSB, bit 0 of byte 75 is
+				    * LSB. Rx_PWR(0) should be set to
+				    * zero for “internally calibrated”
+				    * devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_TX_I_SLOPE	76 /* Tx_I(Slope) Fixed decimal
+				    * (unsigned) calibration data,
+				    * laser bias current. Bit 7 of
+				    * byte 76 is MSB, bit 0 of byte 77
+				    * is LSB. Tx_I(Slope) should be
+				    * set to 1 for “internally
+				    * calibrated” devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_TX_I_OFFSET	78 /* Tx_I(Offset) Fixed decimal
+				    * (signed two’s complement)
+				    * calibration data, laser bias
+				    * current. Bit 7 of byte 78 is
+				    * MSB, bit 0 of byte 79 is
+				    * LSB. Tx_I(Offset) should be set
+				    * to zero for “internally
+				    * calibrated” devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_TX_POWER_SLOPE	80 /* Tx_PWR(Slope) Fixed decimal
+				    * (unsigned) calibration data,
+				    * transmitter coupled output
+				    * power. Bit 7 of byte 80 is MSB,
+				    * bit 0 of byte 81 is LSB.
+				    * Tx_PWR(Slope) should be set to 1
+				    * for “internally calibrated”
+				    * devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_TX_POWER_OFFSET	82 /* Tx_PWR(Offset) Fixed decimal
+				    * (signed two’s complement)
+				    * calibration data, transmitter
+				    * coupled output power. Bit 7 of
+				    * byte 82 is MSB, bit 0 of byte 83
+				    * is LSB. Tx_PWR(Offset) should be
+				    * set to zero for “internally
+				    * calibrated” devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_T_SLOPE	84 /* T (Slope) Fixed decimal
+				    * (unsigned) calibration data,
+				    * internal module temperature. Bit
+				    * 7 of byte 84 is MSB, bit 0 of
+				    * byte 85 is LSB.  T(Slope) should
+				    * be set to 1 for “internally
+				    * calibrated” devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_T_OFFSET	86 /* T (Offset) Fixed decimal (signed
+				    * two’s complement) calibration
+				    * data, internal module
+				    * temperature. Bit 7 of byte 86 is
+				    * MSB, bit 0 of byte 87 is LSB.
+				    * T(Offset) should be set to zero
+				    * for “internally calibrated”
+				    * devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_V_SLOPE	88 /* V (Slope) Fixed decimal
+				    * (unsigned) calibration data,
+				    * internal module supply
+				    * voltage. Bit 7 of byte 88 is
+				    * MSB, bit 0 of byte 89 is
+				    * LSB. V(Slope) should be set to 1
+				    * for “internally calibrated”
+				    * devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_V_OFFSET	90 /* V (Offset) Fixed decimal (signed
+				    * two’s complement) calibration
+				    * data, internal module supply
+				    * voltage. Bit 7 of byte 90 is
+				    * MSB. Bit 0 of byte 91 is
+				    * LSB. V(Offset) should be set to
+				    * zero for “internally calibrated”
+				    * devices. */
+#define SFF_8472_CHECKSUM	95 /* Checksum Byte 95 contains the
+				    * low order 8 bits of the sum of
+				    * bytes 0 – 94. */
+ /* Internal measurements. */
+
+#define SFF_8472_TEMP	 	96 /* Internally measured module temperature. */
+#define SFF_8472_VCC 		98 /* Internally measured supply
+				    * voltage in transceiver.
+				    */
+#define SFF_8472_TX_BIAS	100 /* Internally measured TX Bias Current. */
+#define SFF_8472_TX_POWER	102 /* Measured TX output power. */
+#define SFF_8472_RX_POWER	104 /* Measured RX input power. */
+
+#define SFF_8472_STATUS		110 /* See below */
+
+ /* Status Bits Described */
+
+/*
+ * TX Disable State Digital state of the TX Disable Input Pin. Updated
+ * within 100ms of change on pin.
+ */
+#define SFF_8472_STATUS_TX_DISABLE  (1 << 7) 
+
+/*
+ * Select Read/write bit that allows software disable of
+ * laser. Writing ‘1’ disables laser. See Table 3.11 for
+ * enable/disable timing requirements. This bit is “OR”d with the hard
+ * TX_DISABLE pin value. Note, per SFP MSA TX_DISABLE pin is default
+ * enabled unless pulled low by hardware. If Soft TX Disable is not
+ * implemented, the transceiver ignores the value of this bit. Default
+ * power up value is zero/low.
+ */
+#define SFF_8472_STATUS_SOFT_TX_DISABLE (1 << 6) 
+
+/*
+ * RS(1) State Digital state of SFP input pin AS(1) per SFF-8079 or
+ * RS(1) per SFF-8431. Updated within 100ms of change on pin. See A2h
+ * Byte 118, Bit 3 for Soft RS(1) Select control information.
+ */
+#define SFF_8472_RS_STATE (1 << 5) 
+
+/*
+ * Rate_Select State [aka. “RS(0)”] Digital state of the SFP
+ * Rate_Select Input Pin. Updated within 100ms of change on pin. Note:
+ * This pin is also known as AS(0) in SFF-8079 and RS(0) in SFF-8431.
+ */ 
+#define SFF_8472_STATUS_SELECT_STATE (1 << 4)
+     
+/*
+ * Read/write bit that allows software rate select control. Writing
+ * ‘1’ selects full bandwidth operation. This bit is “OR’d with the
+ * hard Rate_Select, AS(0) or RS(0) pin value. See Table 3.11 for
+ * timing requirements. Default at power up is logic zero/low. If Soft
+ * Rate Select is not implemented, the transceiver ignores the value
+ * of this bit. Note: Specific transceiver behaviors of this bit are
+ * identified in Table 3.6a and referenced documents. See Table 3.18a,
+ * byte 118, bit 3 for Soft RS(1) Select.
+ */
+#define SFF_8472_STATUS_SOFT_RATE_SELECT (1 << 3)
+
+/*
+ * TX Fault State Digital state of the TX Fault Output Pin. Updated
+ * within 100ms of change on pin.
+ */
+#define SFF_8472_STATUS_TX_FAULT_STATE (1 << 2)
+
+/*
+ * Digital state of the RX_LOS Output Pin. Updated within 100ms of
+ * change on pin.
+ */
+#define SFF_8472_STATUS_RX_LOS (1 << 1)
+
+/*
+ * Indicates transceiver has achieved power up and data is ready. Bit
+ * remains high until data is ready to be read at which time the
+ * device sets the bit low.
+ */
+#define SFF_8472_STATUS_DATA_READY (1 << 0)
+
+/* Table 3.2 Identifier values */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_UNKNOWN	0x0 /* Unknown or unspecified */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_GBIC	0x1 /* GBIC */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_SFF		0x2 /* Module soldered to motherboard (ex: SFF)*/
+#define SFF_8472_ID_SFP		0x3 /* SFP or SFP “Plus” */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_XBI		0x4 /* Reserved for “300 pin XBI” devices */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_XENPAK	0x5 /* Reserved for “Xenpak” devices */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_XFP		0x6 /* Reserved for “XFP” devices */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_XFF		0x7 /* Reserved for “XFF” devices */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_XFPE	0x8 /* Reserved for “XFP-E” devices */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_XPAK	0x9 /* Reserved for “XPak” devices */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_X2		0xA /* Reserved for “X2” devices */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_DWDM_SFP	0xB /* Reserved for “DWDM-SFP” devices */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_QSFP	0xC /* Reserved for “QSFP” devices */
+#define SFF_8472_ID_LAST	SFF_8472_ID_QSFP
+
+static char *sff_8472_id[SFF_8472_ID_LAST + 1] = {"Unknown",
+					     "GBIC",
+					     "SFF",
+					     "SFP",
+					     "XBI",
+					     "Xenpak",
+					     "XFP",
+					     "XFF",
+					     "XFP-E",
+					     "XPak",
+					     "X2",
+					     "DWDM-SFP",
+					     "QSFP"};
+
+/* Table 3.13 and 3.14 Temperature Conversion Values */
+#define SFF_8472_TEMP_SIGN (1 << 15)
+#define SFF_8472_TEMP_SHIFT  8
+#define SFF_8472_TEMP_MSK  0xEF00
+#define SFF_8472_TEMP_FRAC 0x00FF
+
+/* Internal Callibration Conversion factors */
+
+/*
+ * Represented as a 16 bit unsigned integer with the voltage defined
+ * as the full 16 bit value (0 – 65535) with LSB equal to 100 uVolt,
+ * yielding a total range of 0 to +6.55 Volts.
+ */
+#define SFF_8472_VCC_FACTOR 10000.0 
+
+/*
+ * Represented as a 16 bit unsigned integer with the current defined
+ * as the full 16 bit value (0 – 65535) with LSB equal to 2 uA,
+ * yielding a total range of 0 to 131 mA.
+ */
+
+#define SFF_8472_BIAS_FACTOR 2000.0 
+
+/*
+ * Represented as a 16 bit unsigned integer with the power defined as
+ * the full 16 bit value (0 – 65535) with LSB equal to 0.1 uW,
+ * yielding a total range of 0 to 6.5535 mW (~ -40 to +8.2 dBm).
+ */
+
+#define SFF_8472_POWER_FACTOR 10000.0



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