Intel i354 support in 2.1



  • Anyone know if i354 works with pfsense 2.1? This ethernet controller is built into the Avoton/Rangeley CPU.



  • Doubt it.



  • @demco:

    Anyone know if i354 works with pfsense 2.1? This ethernet controller is built into the Avoton/Rangeley CPU.

    It uses the same intel igb driver that i350 does even though it has a marvell PHY, but its very new. Probably still only bleeding edge 10, wasn't in 9.x release last I looked. 8.x? forgetaboutit.



  • Is it possible to compile the modules for pfsense from source like on a normal freebsd/linux system or is it more complex for some reason?


  • Netgate Administrator

    There are no build tools in pfSense so you have build the modules in an equivalent FreeBSD system and transfer them. For pfSense 2.1 you need FreeBSD 8.3 for which source code may or may not be available.

    Steve



  • @stephenw10:

    There are no build tools in pfSense so you have build the modules in an equivalent FreeBSD system and transfer them. For pfSense 2.1 you need FreeBSD 8.3 for which source code may or may not be available.

    Steve

    Seriously, Stevenw10?

    http://svn0.freebsd.org
    http://svnweb.freebsd.org/base/release/8.3.0/



  • Assuming you want the i354 support for the new Rangely/Avocet platforms..

    • No, it's not in 2.1 (8.3)

    • Yes, we're working on it.

    • Support was added to FreeBSD 10 for these 5 weeks ago


  • Netgate Administrator

    @gonzopancho:

    Seriously, Stevenw10?

    Ah. I could have worded that better!  ;)
    Obviously the source for FreeBSD 8.3, including all the drivers, is available. What I meant was that if you want a newer driver version that supports more hardware it may not exist as code that can be compiled against 8.3. Unless it has been backported it may be only available for 9 or 10.

    Sorry if I mislead anyone.

    Steve



  • Looking forward to the update… I just bought the SuperMicro Rangeley 1U kit, and would love to get pfSense working on it :)



  • @peersu:

    Looking forward to the update… I just bought the SuperMicro Rangeley 1U kit, and would love to get pfSense working on it :)

    In the interim you could install vSphere on it and create a VM.

    http://www.servethehome.com/how-to-intel-i354-avoton-rangeley-adapter-vmware-esxi-5-5/



  • Ah, that is exactly what I will do…thank you for the suggestion.

    One other thing I never had to deal with until I bought this barebones kit... it seems overly difficult to find SODIMM DDR3 w/ ECC from a vendor 'in stock'.

    Any suggestions for this new board? The compatible memory modules listed by SuperMicro turn up nothing.  Alternatively,  I found one DIMM from Amazon of:

    Kingston Technology ValueRAM 8GB 1333MHz DDR3L ECC CL9 SODIMM 1.35V Notebook Memory KVR13LSE9/8

    ... which I bought because it's all I could find from a vendor that has a return policy I trust.  I'd much prefer two sticks of  DDR3-1600 if I can find it.



  • @peersu:

    Ah, that is exactly what I will do…thank you for the suggestion.

    One other thing I never had to deal with until I bought this barebones kit... it seems overly difficult to find SODIMM DDR3 w/ ECC from a vendor 'in stock'.

    Any suggestions for this new board? The compatible memory modules listed by SuperMicro turn up nothing.  Alternatively,  I found one DIMM from Amazon of:

    Kingston Technology ValueRAM 8GB 1333MHz DDR3L ECC CL9 SODIMM 1.35V Notebook Memory KVR13LSE9/8

    ... which I bought because it's all I could find from a vendor that has a return policy I trust.  I'd much prefer two sticks of  DDR3-1600 if I can find it.

    Kingston:
    http://shop.kingston.com/partsinfo.aspx?ktcpartno=KVR16LSE11/8 - Due 11/25/2013
    http://shop.kingston.com/partsinfo.aspx?ktcpartno=KVR13LSE9/8 - In Stock

    Crucial (not sure if they have real-time inventory):
    http://www.crucial.com/store/partspecs.aspx?IMODULE=CT102472BF1339



  • @peersu:

    Looking forward to the update… I just bought the SuperMicro Rangeley 1U kit, and would love to get pfSense working on it :)

    Did you test if pfSense will boot on the machine? Will usb, sata and other peripherals be recognized? Since this is a complete new SoC.



  • Nope… I'm installing ESXi first, and then pfSense... at least until it's supported; not going to waste so much time trying to get /maybe/ one thing to work, for another to break, etc.



  • Looking forward to the update… I just bought the SuperMicro Rangeley 1U kit, and would love to get pfSense working on it

    This is the same Supermicro hardware (maybe your ram and disk are different).

    I wouldn't say the port is complete by any stretch (for example, the QuickAssist part isn't working), but there are results 8) :

    enjoy!  :D

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    FreeBSD 8.3-RELEASE-p12 #0: Thu Dec  5 16:03:14 EST 2013
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    cpu3 (AP): APIC ID:  6
    cpu4 (AP): APIC ID:  8
    cpu5 (AP): APIC ID: 10
    cpu6 (AP): APIC ID: 12
    cpu7 (AP): APIC ID: 14
    ACPI Warning: FADT (revision 5) is longer than ACPI 2.0 version, truncating length 268 to 244 (20101013/tbfadt-392)
    ACPI Warning: Invalid length for Pm1aControlBlock: 32, using default 16 (20101013/tbfadt-707)
    ioapic0 <version 2.0="">irqs 0-23 on motherboard
    wlan: mac acl policy registered
    ipw_bss: You need to read the LICENSE file in /usr/share/doc/legal/intel_ipw/.
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    module_register_init: MOD_LOAD (ipw_bss_fw, 0xffffffff804aa8d0, 0) error 1
    ipw_ibss: You need to read the LICENSE file in /usr/share/doc/legal/intel_ipw/.
    ipw_ibss: If you agree with the license, set legal.intel_ipw.license_ack=1 in /boot/loader.conf.
    module_register_init: MOD_LOAD (ipw_ibss_fw, 0xffffffff804aa970, 0) error 1
    ipw_monitor: You need to read the LICENSE file in /usr/share/doc/legal/intel_ipw/.
    ipw_monitor: If you agree with the license, set legal.intel_ipw.license_ack=1 in /boot/loader.conf.
    module_register_init: MOD_LOAD (ipw_monitor_fw, 0xffffffff804aaa10, 0) error 1
    kbd1 at kbdmux0
    cryptosoft0: <software crypto="">on motherboard
    padlock0: No ACE support.
    acpi0: <alaska a="" m="" i="">on motherboard
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    acpi0: Power Button (fixed)
    Timecounter "ACPI-fast" frequency 3579545 Hz quality 1000
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    igb0: [ITHREAD]
    igb0: Bound queue 0 to cpu 0
    igb0: [ITHREAD]
    igb0: Bound queue 1 to cpu 1
    igb0: [ITHREAD]
    igb0: Bound queue 2 to cpu 2
    igb0: [ITHREAD]
    igb0: Bound queue 3 to cpu 3
    igb0: [ITHREAD]
    igb0: Bound queue 4 to cpu 4
    igb0: [ITHREAD]
    igb0: Bound queue 5 to cpu 5
    igb0: [ITHREAD]
    igb0: Bound queue 6 to cpu 6
    igb0: [ITHREAD]
    igb0: Bound queue 7 to cpu 7
    igb0: [ITHREAD]
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    igb1: Using MSIX interrupts with 9 vectors
    igb1: [ITHREAD]
    igb1: Bound queue 0 to cpu 0
    igb1: [ITHREAD]
    igb1: Bound queue 1 to cpu 1
    igb1: [ITHREAD]
    igb1: Bound queue 2 to cpu 2
    igb1: [ITHREAD]
    igb1: Bound queue 3 to cpu 3
    igb1: [ITHREAD]
    igb1: Bound queue 4 to cpu 4
    igb1: [ITHREAD]
    igb1: Bound queue 5 to cpu 5
    igb1: [ITHREAD]
    igb1: Bound queue 6 to cpu 6
    igb1: [ITHREAD]
    igb1: Bound queue 7 to cpu 7
    igb1: [ITHREAD]
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    igb2: Using MSIX interrupts with 9 vectors
    igb2: [ITHREAD]
    igb2: Bound queue 0 to cpu 0
    igb2: [ITHREAD]
    igb2: Bound queue 1 to cpu 1
    igb2: [ITHREAD]
    igb2: Bound queue 2 to cpu 2
    igb2: [ITHREAD]
    igb2: Bound queue 3 to cpu 3
    igb2: [ITHREAD]
    igb2: Bound queue 4 to cpu 4
    igb2: [ITHREAD]
    igb2: Bound queue 5 to cpu 5
    igb2: [ITHREAD]
    igb2: Bound queue 6 to cpu 6
    igb2: [ITHREAD]
    igb2: Bound queue 7 to cpu 7
    igb2: [ITHREAD]
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    igb3: Using MSIX interrupts with 9 vectors
    igb3: [ITHREAD]
    igb3: Bound queue 0 to cpu 0
    igb3: [ITHREAD]
    igb3: Bound queue 1 to cpu 1
    igb3: [ITHREAD]
    igb3: Bound queue 2 to cpu 2
    igb3: [ITHREAD]
    igb3: Bound queue 3 to cpu 3
    igb3: [ITHREAD]
    igb3: Bound queue 4 to cpu 4
    igb3: [ITHREAD]
    igb3: Bound queue 5 to cpu 5
    igb3: [ITHREAD]
    igb3: Bound queue 6 to cpu 6
    igb3: [ITHREAD]
    igb3: Bound queue 7 to cpu 7
    igb3: [ITHREAD]
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    IPsec: Initialized Security Association Processing.
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    ukbd0: <ep1 interrupt="">on usbus0
    kbd2 at ukbd0
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    ums0: 5 buttons and [XYZ] coordinates ID=1
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    ada0 at ahcich4 bus 0 scbus4 target 0 lun 0
    ada0: <intel ssdsc2bb080g4="" d2010355="">ATA-8 SATA 3.x device
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    ada0: Command Queueing enabled
    ada0: 76319MB (156301488 512 byte sectors: 16H 63S/T 16383C)
    SMP: AP CPU #7 Launched!
    SMP: AP CPU #3 Launched!
    SMP: AP CPU #1 Launched!
    SMP: AP CPU #6 Launched!
    SMP: AP CPU #5 Launched!
    SMP: AP CPU #2 Launched!
    SMP: AP CPU #4 Launched!
    Trying to mount root from ufs:/dev/ada0s1a
    Configuring crash dumps…
    Using /dev/ada0s1b for dump device.
    Mounting filesystems...
    ZFS WARNING: Recommended minimum kmem_size is 512MB; expect unstable behavior.
                Consider tuning vm.kmem_size and vm.kmem_size_max
                in /boot/loader.conf.
    ZFS filesystem version 5
    ZFS storage pool version 28

    ___
    / f
    / p _
    / Sense
    _

        _
    _/

    Welcome to pfSense 2.1p1-RELEASE  ...

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    Creating symlinks......done.
    External config loader 1.0 is now starting...
    Launching the init system... done.
    Initializing............................. done.
    Starting device manager (devd)...done.
    Loading configuration......done.
    Updating configuration...done.
    Cleaning backup cache............done.
    Setting up extended sysctls...done.
    Setting timezone...done.
    Configuring loopback interface...done.
    Starting syslog...done.
    Starting Secure Shell Services...done.
    Setting up polling defaults...done.
    Setting up interfaces microcode...done.
    Configuring loopback interface...done.
    Creating wireless clone interfaces...done.
    Configuring LAGG interfaces...done.
    Configuring VLAN interfaces...done.
    Configuring QinQ interfaces...done.
    Configuring WAN interface...done.
    Configuring LAN interface...done.
    Configuring OPT1 interface...done.
    Syncing OpenVPN settings...done.
    Configuring firewall......done.
    Starting PFLOG...done.
    Setting up gateway monitors...done.
    Synchronizing user settings...done.
    Starting webConfigurator...done.
    Configuring CRON...done.
    Starting DNS forwarder...done.
    Starting NTP time client...done.
    Configuring firewall......done.
    Generating RRD graphs...done.
    Starting syslog...done.
    Starting CRON... done.
    Bootup complete

    FreeBSD/amd64 (pfSense.localdomain) (console)

    *** Welcome to pfSense 2.1p1-RELEASE-pfSense (amd64) on pfSense ***

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    1. Logout (SSH only)                  8) Shell
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  • Does the 2.4.0 driver you're using fix the mbuf allocation issue in the current one?



  • I'll just quote myself:

    "I wouldn't say the port is complete by any stretch (for example, the QuickAssist part isn't working), but there are results."



  • hi, where we can get this build ?? for i354  ???



  • You have to go the VM route with ESX or some other to have supported drivers.  Not in current pfSense build, and I don't think generally available anywhere I can find.



  • @peersu:

    You have to go the VM route with ESX or some other to have supported drivers.  Not in current pfSense build, and I don't think generally available anywhere I can find.

    Well, not in a build you have, but still coming.



  • Hi
    someone could confirm me if exist any build of pfsense with support Intel i354 ??

    I want order mainboard Supermicro A1SAi-2750F special for pfSense.
    There is possibility build pfSense on FreeBSD 10 ? just for get driver working ?


  • Netgate Administrator

    There is no public build that will support it currently. As far as I know only the bleeding edge pre-alpha builds of 2.2 (built on FreeBSD 10) will support it and they are not available for good reason, they are not functional in many areas as of the last report.
    It's not possible to to just build ontop of FreeBSD 10 either, all the current development effort is to get this working.

    That said it's not necessary to use the complete FreeBSD code base to get drivers. If the newer igb driver, with i354 support, becomes available as a backport it would be possible to load it under 2.1.

    Steve



  • how many times do I have to explain that we have backported the driver from 10?

    no, it's not available (yet).



  • Any updates on this topic?




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