[USRP-users] [Discuss-gnuradio] [UHD] Cause of sequence errors (SSSSS...) when using USRP N210 as transmitter?

George Hadley ghadley at purdue.edu
Thu Jul 9 10:55:48 EDT 2015

UHD version is 3.008.004.

Looking at the connection properties in the Windows Network/Sharing 
Center, I see "Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller" listed as the 
ethernet controller. Looking at the network settings through the VM, the 
adapter type "Intel PRO/1000 MT Desktop (82540EM) is listed.

Thank you for crossposting and your continued assistance.

On 7/9/2015 10:19 AM, mleech at ripnet.com wrote:
> What version of UHD are you using?
> Any idea what ethernet controller is used on that dual-port card?
> You'd have to go into windows configuration to determine this, since I 
> think that 'lspci' on the VM side will see some kind of emulated 
> network card.
> I've taken the liberty of copying this to the usrp-users list, since 
> this is more USRP-centric, than GnuRadio-centric.
> On 2015-07-09 09:21, George Hadley wrote:
>> I am indeed running inside a VM presently. Details below:
>> Hardware:
>>     USRP N210 (2x) connected to dual-port gigabit ethernet card: 
>> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833166096
>> Software:
>>     Windows 7 host OS
>>     VirtualBox VM running Mint Linux 17.1 (Mate Desktop edition)
>>     Network settings:
>>             + Adapter enabled and attached to NAT
>>             + No port forwarding settings defined
>> It may be noteworthy that the receive operation of the USRPs works as 
>> expected. Only transmit doesn't appear to be working properly.
>> Thanks,
>> George
>> On 7/9/2015 9:11 AM, mleech at ripnet.com wrote:
>>> This is usually due to your network subsystem re-ordering packets, 
>>> which is never supposed to happen but certain
>>>  1GiGe interfaces, particularly USB ones, do this quite a bit.
>>> Are you running inside a VM?
>>> What kind of network interface do you have?
>>> On 2015-07-09 09:09, George Hadley wrote:
>>>     Hello,
>>>              I'm working on developing some gnuradio exercises, some of which involve using USRP N210 devices as transmitters. When I attempt to run the related flowgraphs, I get a stream of sequence errors (S) in the GRC log window. Attached are a pair of GRC flowgraphs in which I am getting this error. I have tried installing the latest images to the USRPs and updating to the latest version of gnuradio available on the github master branch. Can somebody please point me to what I'm doing wrong? I've searched around on the topic for quite awhile, to no avail.
>>>     Thanks,
>>>     George
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>> -- 
>> George Hadley
>> ECE Lab Coordinator
>> Purdue University

George Hadley
ECE Lab Coordinator
Purdue University

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