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The suggested remedy in my comment 425 gets us half way to the solution for this by moving the start for rx_tq_timer to RX_SLEEP. Then all that is needed is to add the transition condition if the timer expires. Perhaps the resolution could be handled in the response to that comment.
I thought I had also made a comment similar to 425 on Clause 36 but apparently I didn't.
From: Hugh Barrass (hbarrass) [mailto:hbarrass@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2009 5:27 PM
Subject: Re: [802.3AZ] Missing arch in 49-17
I agree. I think that is a hole in the state machine. If we get time, I will propose a comment from the floor next week - otherwise we will have to wait for the next round of comments. There is a similar fault in figure 36-9b
From: Oren Sela [mailto:orens@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2009 1:52 PM
Subject: [802.3AZ] Missing arch in 49-17
I think that in figure 49-17 LPI Receiver state diagram there is a missing arch from RX_SLEEP to RX_LINK_FAIL when rx_tq_timer_done.
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