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LeonH
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We are using AW-CM390SM module (chip : CYW43455) with FMAC driver.

Can we config module gpio for controlling some leds?

by setting muxenab = 0x2 in nvram? then how to set gpio number, polarity and high/low?

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Lakhera
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The muxenab pin of CYW43455 is responsible for selecting the mode of interrupt etc, it does not control the GPIO pin of CYW43455, for more information on muxenab check the following Table 3 in the link -

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-BCM4354_BCM4356_BCM4358_OTP_Programming_and_NVRAM_Development...

Currently the GPIO pins of CYW43455 is not user controllable. Please specify your purpose. This will help us to understand the issue better. Do you need a GPIO as a Connection status indicator etc? You could use the Host GPIO pins to control the LED based on your application.

 

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Lakhera
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The muxenab pin of CYW43455 is responsible for selecting the mode of interrupt etc, it does not control the GPIO pin of CYW43455, for more information on muxenab check the following Table 3 in the link -

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-BCM4354_BCM4356_BCM4358_OTP_Programming_and_NVRAM_Development...

Currently the GPIO pins of CYW43455 is not user controllable. Please specify your purpose. This will help us to understand the issue better. Do you need a GPIO as a Connection status indicator etc? You could use the Host GPIO pins to control the LED based on your application.

 

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