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AR# 34296

11.4 Place - "ERROR:Place:1040 - Unroutable Placement! An IPAD / GTP_DUAL"


I am using EDK xps_ll_temac and have configured the TEMAC to use SGMII interface. However, when I generate my design, the following errors occur:

"ERROR:Place:1040 - Unroutable Placement! An IPAD / GT component pair have been found that are not placed at a routable
IPAD / GT site pair. The IPAD component <SGMII0_RXP_0_pin> is placed at site <IPAD_X1Y33>. The corresponding GT
i/gtp_dual_i> is placed at site <GTP_DUAL_X0Y0>. The IPAD can route to the GT <RXP0> pin only if the load component
is placed at an offset of (-2, -2) with respect to the driver component. This placement is UNROUTABLE in PAR and
therefore, this error condition should be fixed in your design. You may use the CLOCK_DEDICATED_ROUTE constraint in
the .ucf file to demote this message to a WARNING in order to generate an NCD file. This NCD file can then be used in
FPGA Editor to debug the problem. A list of all the COMP.PINS used in this clock placement rule is listed below.
These examples can be used directly in the .ucf file to demote this ERROR to a WARNING.
tile0_rocketio_wrapper_i/gtp_dual_i.RXP0" CLOCK_DEDICATED_ROUTE = FALSE; >"


It is likely that this issue is occurring because the pinout is using GTP 1 (TX1 and RX1) of the GTP_Dual when it should be using GTP 0 (TX0 and RX0).

Double-check the associated pinout of your GTP_Dual with UG196. If this is the case, change your pinout to use the GTP0 transceiver.
AR# 34296
Date 02/22/2013
Status Active
Type General Article
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