NVIDIA AGX Xavier Developer kit PCIe NIC card

I faced a problem with my Jetson when I was using a PCIe NIC card PEG6i v.1.2. Here is the link to my NIC card specs: Silicom Ltd. | EOL - PEG6I. I would like to use it in full duplex 1000Mb/s, but in jetson when I’m using “ifconfig” it is just detected as 4 ports. So I have 5 ports from eth0(built in) and eth1-4 from my NIC. Before I connected my eth0 to a network, my NIC card(eth1-4) had 3 1000Mb/s speed and 1 100Mb/s. But, after connecting eth0 to the network, my NIC card only had 2 1000Mb/s speed and the other was 100Mb/s. My question is:
Is there any limitation on how many ports that Xavier could approach?. Because in NIC card specs, it shows all ports are full duplex.

Thank you.

Have you checked the link speed after auto negotiation with ethtool?

Yes I have. But, when I set the speed to 1000Mb/s, it is not connected anymore. ere is what I got before and after changing the speed:
It shows unknown.

  1. I am not sure why there is any connection between the built-in eth0 port with your PCIe NIC.
    Eth0 does not use any of the PCIe bus. Also, the drivers shall be different.

  2. Please check your dmesg and syslog when this error happened.

I am not sure too. And about the ports, It shows that it has 6 ports in specifications , but in ifconfig it is just shown as 4 ports. Is it from the Jetson limitation?.

Is it from the Jetson limitation?

Please be aware that there are countless devices over the world and it is unlikely for me to just answer your question with yes or not

I can only reply you “I don’t know”. That is why you need to share the log so that we can tell what is going on.

Sorry for my bad.
Here I attached my dmeg and syslog

There is no update from you for a period, assuming this is not an issue any more.
Hence we are closing this topic. If need further support, please open a new one.

Sorry for the late response, is this still an issue to support? Thanks

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