A.6. QVN signals

Table A.11 and Table A.12 show the virtual network QVN signals.

Table A.11. VN interface signals

QVN signal NIC-400 adaptation[a]

Source

Description

vawvalid_vn(n)[b]_x[c]

Master

Token request valid. This signal indicates that the master requests a token.

vawready_vn(n)[b]_x[c]

Slave

Token request accepted. This signal indicates that the slave is ready to accept an address and associated control signals.

vawqos_vn(n)[b]_x[c][3:0]

Master

Quality of service value. Non-standard AXI3 signal.

vwvalid_vn(n)[b]_x[c]

Master

Token request valid. This signal indicates that the master requests a token.

vwready_vn(n)[b]_x[c]

Slave

Token request accepted. This signal indicates that the slave is ready to accept a write data transfer and associated control signals.

varvalid_vn(n)[b]_x[c]

Master

Token request valid. This signal indicates that the master requests a token.

varready_vn(n)[b]_x[c]

Slave

Token request accepted. This signal indicates that the slave is ready to accept an address and associated control signals.

varqos_vn(n)[b]_x[c][3:0]

Master

Quality of service value. Non-standard AXI3 signal.

[a] You can select uppercase or lowercase signal names from the GUI

[b] Where:

n

is the virtual network number.

[c] Where x is:

<port_name>_s

for a bridge slave interface

<port_name>_m

for a bridge master interface

<port_name>

for a system slave interface or master interface.


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