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FPGA information

HI all,

I'm looking for some information about the FPGA feature. If I'm right it works like an interpreter between the backplane of the router (7304) and the route processors or any other card in the chassis. Is this correct?

Thx a lot in advance

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Re: FPGA information

one more thing, documentation says:

"With the introduction of the FPGA Bundling and Update feature, FPGA images are bundled with Cisco IOS images for the Cisco 7304 router. This bundling eliminates possible conflicts between the Cisco IOS image and the FPGA image required for a particular piece of hardware."

In the below output there is a conflict between the version bundle and the flash version, the flash version is referred to the space of memory in the hardware device or in the router main memory? I don't know where to get infromation about it...

R1#sh c7300

Slot Card Type Status Insertion time

---- --------- ------ --------------

0,1 NSE100 (Active) Up 18w5d ago

2,3 NSE100 (Standby) Up 18w5d ago

4 1PA Carrier Card Active 18w5d ago

FPGA information:

Hardware FPGA version

Slot Card Type Version Bundled Flash Current

---- --------- -------- ------- ------- -------

*0 NSE100 (MB) 05.01 01.14 01.08 01.08

0 NSE100 (DB) 05.01 01.08 01.08 01.08

4 1PA Carrier Card 02.00 01.40 01.40 01.40

* - Card needs an FPGA update

# - Card needs to be reloaded for the new FPGA to take effect

Port Adapter Information

Slot PA Type Status Insertion time

---- --------- ------ --------------

4 PA-A3-OC3SMI Active 18w5d ago

System is compliant with hardware configuration guidelines.

Network IO Interrupt Throttling:

throttle count=15012, timer count=15012

active=0, configured=1

netint usec=4000, netint mask usec=200

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