Release Note for BCM5702 BOOT Code Firmware ================================================== Version 2.30: 1. Support New PowerSaving (Reverse Nway) 2. Fixed Rev. A2 Tx Scratchpad code loading problem. Version 2.29: 1. Support WoL Limit 10 speed 2. Added 2nd phase signature. Version 2.28: 1. Changed NVRAM corruption workaround algorithm Version 2.27: 1. Revresed to the original NVRAM corruption workaround algorithm Version 2.26: 1. Use default MAC address for entry 1 to 15 2. Changed NVRAM corruption workaround algorithm Version 2.25: 1. Supports dynamic bootcode location (no longer need to be in a fixed address in NVM). 2. Implemented a new WOL scheme that requires drivers released after 07/17/02. Legacy drivers will continue to behave according to the old scheme. 3. Added support for 5702FE. 4. Added power saving mode support. 5. Minor bug fixes/enhancements for various corner cases: a. Fixed a bug where bootcode may fail to cut auxiliary power when WOL is disabled on some NICs. b. Propagate EEPROM setting regarding WOL even on device reset. c. Fixed timing in propagating ASF configuration to driver. d. When enabled, restore WOL after loading and/or unloading PXE or DOS driver. e. Fixed an LED problem with A2 LOM when ASF is enabled. f. Eliminated potential PHY access contention with driver. g. Added prevention on potential flash/EEPROM corruption if chip operates under an invalid voltage range. h. Fixed ASF configuration application misleading EEPROM content problem. 6. Program all MacAddr Registers with the MacAddress in NVRAM Version 2.24a: 1. Fixed intermittent chip CPU crashing in auxiliary power mode (CQ#3763). Version 2.24: 1. Propagate GPIO_1 usage to driver and corrected the usage in a VPD operation. 2. Updated LED modes of operations. Version 2.23: 1. Exploited power state and pci power presence features supported in A2. 2. Included write protect of EEPROM for some LOM design. 3. Increased the bootcode image size to 5kbytes (5120 bytes). 4. Fixed pxe speed initialization (CQ#3488). 5. Restored range check for VPD access. Version 2.22: 1. Support fastboot initiative. 2. PXE and ASF no longer need to be mutually exclusive. 3. Updated Ethernet@WireSpeed setup sequence. Version 2.21: 1. Added CRC checking before loading other firmware (e.g. ASF). All speed LEDs will light up when CRC check fails. 2. Added 5702FE and Ethernet@WireSpeed supports. 3. Uses 0x16A6 as the new device ID in the boot image. Version 2.19: 1. Employed block read method when loading other firmwares (e.g. ASF) from non-volatile memory. 2. Increased the bootcode image size to 4.5kbytes (4608 bytes). This may have impact on boards that already have pxe or other firmware programmed as they need to be reprogrammed. 3. Added CRC checking before loading phase 2 bootcode. All speed LEDs will light up when CRC check fails. 4. Fixed a bug where a system cannot boot up if phase 2 bootcode is corrupted. 5. Fixed a bug where Windows does not wake up from standby due to bootcode cutting off aux power. 6. Eliminated flash interface reset as this may cause non-volatile memory module to become out of sync. Note: PXE and ASF currently must be mutually exclusive. Enabling both may have an undesirable effect. Version 2.18: 1. Employed block read method when loading codes from non-volatile memory. Version 2.17: 1. Fixed a failure of loading PXE when WOL is enabled. Version 2.16: 1. Speed up the PXE loading (CQ#3108). 2. Enable expansion ROM bit in phase one booting to avoid BIOS missing to load PXE when enabled. Version 2.15: (A0 chip is no longer supported) 1. Implemented two-phase loading to speed up the boot process. 2. Firmware stops running after loading ASF to avoid interference. 3. Cut off auxilary power when an OS turns off the device due to absence of driver. 4. Use software arbitration support by the hardware when accessing non-volatile memory. 5. Included cold WOL support. 6. Fixed a problem where the system fails to boot when both PXE and WOL are enabled (CQ#2977). 7. Fixed a bug where the firmware did not clear VPD request after it is serviced. Version 2.14: 1. Moved multiple boot agent codes and fixed uninitialized variable bug. 2. Updated default subsystem device ID. 3. Temporarily remove cold WOL support to ensure proper bootcode execution. Version 2.13: 1. Added new GPIO sequences for WOL. 2. Added cold WOL support. 3. Embedded version string into the executable binary. 4. Support multiple boot agents. 5. Set LED to PHY mode when card first receives auxilary power. 6. Enable PXE loading from flash memory. 7. Disabled the setup for max PCI retry, default to zero. Version 2.12: 1. Added ASF support. Version 2.11: 1. Fixed Non-Buffer VPD write bug Version 2.10: 1. Added flash write support for VPD. 2. Added auto negotiation for 5703S. Version 2.8: 1. Branched bootcode into several versions to be silicon specific. 2. Fixed flash timeout problem. Version 2.7: 1. Added 5703 support. Version 2.6: 1. Added generic loader support. This is a requirement for ASF support. Version 2.5: 1. Fixed the cable unplug/replug problem on PCI-X setting. Version 2.4: 1. Fixed cable unplug/replug problem (CQ#1998). Version 2.3: 1. Added 100Mbps WOL on A3/B5 boards. 2. Fixed zero mac address when enabling WOL on fiber card (CQ#2236). Version 2.2: 1. Initialize PME Status upon the first time power-up. Version 2.1: 1. Fixed bug on WOL. 2. Temporarily disable BCM5703 support. 3. Fixed link loss on fiber card. Version 2.0: 1. Added WOL support 2. Added BCM5703 support Version 1.9: 1. Added features so that neccessary manufacturing information is stored in the shared memory. This allows host driver can query these information. Version 1.8: 1. Fixed a problem where PXE is not operatable in version 1.7. Version 1.7: 1. Added logic for 1.3v and 1.8v voltage source. 2. Added logic forcing PCI mode. Version 1.6: 1. Added BCM5701 support. * Initialize BCM5701 to use PHY LED mode. * Initialize BCM5701's PHY to advertise 10/100/1000. 2. Timer prescaler is now initialized to reflect 66Mhz core clock. Version 1.5: 1. Added BCM5700 Fiber support. Version 1.4: 1. Initialize BAR after first reset. Version 1.3: 1. Changed so that default manufacturing information now has proper power consumption and dissipation. Version 1.2: 1. Fixed a problem where firmware has problem accessing PHY registers during bootup time for NIC rev.12 and above. Version 1.1: 1. Format of ASIC revision ID has been changed. Changed to generate PCI revision ID correctly. ASIC Rev. PCI Revision ID ======== =============== B0 0x10 B1 0x11 Version 1.0: 1. Initialize PHY LED mode based on subsystem vendor ID. * Dell Viper LOM (0x1028) : Triple speed mode (MII 0x10 = 0x0) * Other : link/speed mode (MII 0x10 = 0x2) Version 0.8: 1. Initialize PHY LED mode based on subsystem device ID. * Dell Viper LOM (0x1028) : Triple speed mode (MII 0x10 = 0x2) * Other : link/speed mode (MII 0x10 = 0x0) Version 0.7: 1. Initialize PHY (BCM5401) with scripts so that NIC has link after power-on-reset before driver is loaded. Version 0.6: 1. Initialize Chip Revision ID in PCI configuration space. Version 0.5: 1. Added logic to perform PHY H/W reset. 2. Initialize VPD delay so that BIOS can access VPD. Version 0.4: Initial release.Download Driver Pack
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