Lipengcheng <lpc...@hisilicon.com> writes:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Felipe Balbi [mailto:ba...@kernel.org]
>> Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 5:29 PM
>> To: Lipengcheng; Peter Chen
>> Cc: gre...@linuxfoundation.org; linux-usb@vger.kernel.org; 
>> linux-ker...@vger.kernel.org
>> Subject: RE: USB GADGET: have a question about usb2eth
>> Hi,
>> (please, avoid top-posting: http://daringfireball.net/2007/07/on_top)
>> Lipengcheng <lpc...@hisilicon.com> writes:
>> > Hi,
>> >    thank you for your suggestion.
>> >
>> >    I have a question about usb2eth. In the function gen_ndis_set_resp of
>> > the rndis.c, the value of *params->filter may be 0x20 from the pc set
>> > command; Howerver the value is used cdc_filter =
>> > dev->port_usb->cdc_filter in the function eth_start_xmit of the u_ether.c.
>> > If we do not judge the RNDIS_PACKET_TYPE_PROMISCUOUS and the value is
>> > 0x20, the broadcast packet can not send the pc win7; At the result,
>> > the linux ping the win7 is slow an the first. At the same time, Why
>> > are different value between RNDIS_PACKET_TYPE_PROMISCUOUS and
>> because they are defined by different specifications. You should read both 
>> CDC specification from USB.org and RNDIS spec from Microsoft to
>> understand the details of that.
> Ok. I will understand the different both CDC specification from USB.org and 
> RNDIS spec from Microsoft. They should have transformational rule in the 
> linux code
> between CDC spe and RNDIS spe. Through debugging, I found there has been no 
> conversion about the filter. I feel a little problem. I will find the rule.
>> > and USB_CDC_PACKET_TYPE_PROMISCUOUS is same, then the linux ping the
>> > win7 is normal speed.
>> I don't understand what's going on here. Care to describe which kernel 
>> you're using, which USB peripheral controller, what is the actual
>> problem you're trying to solve?
> VERSION = 3.18.20

why not v4.9-rc1? We can't help you with your kernel in this forum, I
reckon you realise that :-)

> USB peripheral controller: Synopsys HS OTG Linux Software Driver. It's
> not the standard linux code. But I think the controller do not have
> problem.

so you're not using drivers/usb/dwc2?

> The probem is that I am using one controller board with Linux running
> on it. I want to interface my device to the Host computer (Windows OS)
> through USB.

many have tried and succeeded before you :-)

> I have driver ready at device side (linux) and the bridge has been
> established. The device side ping the Host computer is very slow at
> the first time. It spends a few minutes. The problem is the first ping
> takes too long time. Now I have a way to quickly ping at the first ,
> but I do not know the risk about the change.I will continue debug the
> problem. If it is valuable, I will submit the kernel community.

Well, if you can reproduce the same problem with v4.8 or v4.9-rc1, then
we'll be happy to review your patch.

Thank you


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