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Old 2nd December 2012, 12:32 AM   #1
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Default Anyone playing around with Audio Video Bridging (AVB)?

Two XMOS dev boards talking

Out-of-the-box, the boards are talking. My work is going to be either making some sense out of the mess that is 1722.1-DECC so I can add GPIO control for such things as gain,play/stop/record, etc..

I'll probably bail and roll my own around Open Sound Control until the dust settles around 1722.1
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A slightly used NetGear ProSafe GS716Tv2 arriving in the mail soon. This and the 24-port are the only "affordable" AVB-ready switches available right now. Then I can get these dev boards on my LAN and hopefully where the fun begins
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bump... anybody playing with AVB?
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As of this moment, don't get the NetGear GS716Tv2 or GS724Tv3 managed switch for AVB use. Using the newest available firmware of 5.4.1.10 along with the EAV license (GS716TAV-10000S), IEEE802.Q-2011 support is lacking. IOW, DOA and can't be used with the XMOS AVB dev boards in stock form.

Apparently, I'll have to back-down the XCORE firmware from v6 of the stream reservation protocol to v5. But I can't confirm this theory yet.
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Hi dave,

Looking to follow AVB, could be a real deal coming up. The industry (Yamaha) is going with Dante for now, but that is a licensed solution like Ethersound. You may know that Focusrite has had a three year delay in releasing their Dante 'Red' line?!? Originally that could utilize a stock Ethernet port, but they changed to use a custom NIC later on. The latest Avid board is using an early version of AVB and has been shipping for a few months I believe. I know that Roland REAC will work with a stock Ethernet port, so technically it should be possible to run some AVB diy with a Raspberry Pi for grins. I'm interested in that for the HDMI too.

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