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____________________________________________________ DS34T101, DS34T102, DS34T104, DS34T108
11.4.2.3 SAToP/CESoPSN Bundle Configuration
In the register descriptions below, the index n indicates bundle number: 0 to 63.
SAToP/CESoPSN_Bundle[n]_cfg[31:0] 0x000+n*4
Bits
Data Element Name
[31:0]
Rx_bundle_identifier
SAToP/CESoPSN_Bundle[n]_cfg[63:32] 0x100+n*4
Bits
Data Element Name
[31:22]
Rx_max_buff_size
[21:20]
Payload_type_machine
[19]
Tx_RTP
[18]
Control_Word_exists
[17:16]
Tx_dest
[15:9]
Rx_max_lost_packets
[8:4]
Number_of_ts
[3]
Rx_ discard_sanity_fail
[2:1]
Header_type
[0]
Tx_R_bit
SAToP/CESoPSN_Bundle[n]_cfg[95:64] 0x200+n*4
Bits
Data Element Name
[31]
Reserved
Reset
R/W
Value
R/W
None
Holds the Rx bundle number
Reset
R/W
Value
The size of the jitter buffer. See section 10.6.10. Also the
maximum time interval for which data is stored. The
resolution is determined by the interface type as follows:
For framed E1/T1: 0.5 ms.
For unframed E1/T1 or serial bundles: 1024 bit periods
For high speed interface: 4096 bit periods.
Allowed values:
R/W
None
For T1-SF: RX_max_buff_size  2FChex
For T1-ESF: RX_max_buff_size  0x2F9
For E1-MF: RX_max_buff_size  0x3FB
For all interface types the RX_max_buff_size must be
greater than
Note: For unframed, the RX_max_buff_size resolution is
different than the
00 = HDLC
01 = AAL1
R/W
None
10 = Reserved
11 = SAToP/CESoPSN
0 = RTP header does not exist in transmitted packets
R/W
None
1 = RTP header exists in transmitted packets
0 = Control word does not exist
R/W
None
1 = Control word exists (default, standard mode)
Destination of packets:
01 = Ethernet
R/W
None
10 = CPU
11 = TDM-Rx (cross-connect)
00 = Reserved
The maximum number of Rx packets inserted upon
R/W
None
detection of lost packets
One less than number of assigned timeslots per bundle.
R/W
None
Not relevant for unstructured bundles, or when working in
high speed mode.
0 = Don’t discard the above packets
1 = Discard SAToP/CESoPSN packets which fail the
R/W
None
sanity check
See section 10.6.13.8.
00 = MPLS
01 = UDP over IP
R/W
None
10 = L2TPv3 over IP
11 = MEF
0 = Don’t set R bit in header of transmitted packets
R/W
None
1 = Set R bit
Reset
R/W
Value
R/W
None
Must be set to zero
Description
Description
Rx_PDVT
+ PCT (Packet Creation Time).
Rx_PDVT
resolution.
Description
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