[v3,1/8] net/dpaa: add support for fmlib in dpdk
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Hemant Agrawal July 11, 2020, 8:17 a.m. UTC
DPAA platorm MAC interface is known as FMAN i.e. Frame Manager.
There are two ways to control it.
1. Statically configure the queues and classification rules before the
start of the application using FMC tool.
2. Dynamically configure it within application by making API calls of
fmlib.

The fmlib or Frame Manager library provides an API on top of the
Frame Manager driver ioctl calls, that provides a user space application
with a simple way to configure driver parameters and PCD
(parse - classify - distribute) rules.

This patch integrates the base fmlib so that various queue config, RSS
and classification related features can be supported on DPAA platform.

This base fmlib is shared across multiple project.
- it is not following block comments style for doxygen and other
comments.
- it usages camel case for naming.
- it is not following the 80 char limits in code

Signed-off-by: Sachin Saxena <sachin.saxena@nxp.com>
Signed-off-by: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>
---
 drivers/net/dpaa/Makefile                 |    4 +-
 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/dpaa_integration.h |   50 +
 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_ext.h           |  968 ++++
 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_lib.c           |  557 +++
 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_pcd_ext.h       | 5190 +++++++++++++++++++++
 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_port_ext.h      | 3512 ++++++++++++++
 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/ncsw_ext.h         |  153 +
 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/net_ext.h          |  383 ++
 drivers/net/dpaa/meson.build              |    3 +-
 9 files changed, 10818 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
 create mode 100644 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/dpaa_integration.h
 create mode 100644 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_ext.h
 create mode 100644 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_lib.c
 create mode 100644 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_pcd_ext.h
 create mode 100644 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_port_ext.h
 create mode 100644 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/ncsw_ext.h
 create mode 100644 drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/net_ext.h

Comments

Ferruh Yigit July 17, 2020, 11:36 a.m. UTC | #1
On 7/11/2020 9:17 AM, Hemant Agrawal wrote:
> DPAA platorm MAC interface is known as FMAN i.e. Frame Manager.
> There are two ways to control it.
> 1. Statically configure the queues and classification rules before the
> start of the application using FMC tool.
> 2. Dynamically configure it within application by making API calls of
> fmlib.
> 
> The fmlib or Frame Manager library provides an API on top of the
> Frame Manager driver ioctl calls, that provides a user space application
> with a simple way to configure driver parameters and PCD
> (parse - classify - distribute) rules.
> 
> This patch integrates the base fmlib so that various queue config, RSS
> and classification related features can be supported on DPAA platform.
> 
> This base fmlib is shared across multiple project.
> - it is not following block comments style for doxygen and other
> comments.
> - it usages camel case for naming.
> - it is not following the 80 char limits in code
> 
> Signed-off-by: Sachin Saxena <sachin.saxena@nxp.com>
> Signed-off-by: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>
Series applied to dpdk-next-net/master, thanks.
Thomas Monjalon July 19, 2020, 8:10 p.m. UTC | #2
17/07/2020 13:36, Ferruh Yigit:
> On 7/11/2020 9:17 AM, Hemant Agrawal wrote:
> > DPAA platorm MAC interface is known as FMAN i.e. Frame Manager.
> > There are two ways to control it.
> > 1. Statically configure the queues and classification rules before the
> > start of the application using FMC tool.
> > 2. Dynamically configure it within application by making API calls of
> > fmlib.
> > 
> > The fmlib or Frame Manager library provides an API on top of the
> > Frame Manager driver ioctl calls, that provides a user space application
> > with a simple way to configure driver parameters and PCD
> > (parse - classify - distribute) rules.
> > 
> > This patch integrates the base fmlib so that various queue config, RSS
> > and classification related features can be supported on DPAA platform.
> > 
> > This base fmlib is shared across multiple project.
> > - it is not following block comments style for doxygen and other
> > comments.
> > - it usages camel case for naming.
> > - it is not following the 80 char limits in code
> > 
> > Signed-off-by: Sachin Saxena <sachin.saxena@nxp.com>
> > Signed-off-by: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>
> Series applied to dpdk-next-net/master, thanks.

Sorry, this time I don't agree with Ferruh's decision of merging this series.

Checkpatch is sending too many warnings.
But most importantly, the licensing has not been agreed in techboard and govboard.

Why dropping this codebase in DPDK instead of pulling it as a dependency?
I don't like seeing DPDK becoming a pile of code duplicated from somewhere else.

I will drop this series from 20.08, waiting for a clear consensus.
Note: I don't remember having heard about such change before,
especially not in the roadmap.
Hemant Agrawal July 20, 2020, 4:50 a.m. UTC | #3
HI Thomas,


-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Monjalon <thomas@monjalon.net> 
Sent: Monday, July 20, 2020 1:41 AM
To: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>; Sachin Saxena <sachin.saxena@nxp.com>
Cc: dev@dpdk.org; Ferruh Yigit <ferruh.yigit@intel.com>; techboard@dpdk.org
Subject: Re: [dpdk-dev] [PATCH v3 1/8] net/dpaa: add support for fmlib in dpdk
Importance: High

17/07/2020 13:36, Ferruh Yigit:
> On 7/11/2020 9:17 AM, Hemant Agrawal wrote:
> > DPAA platorm MAC interface is known as FMAN i.e. Frame Manager.
> > There are two ways to control it.
> > 1. Statically configure the queues and classification rules before 
> > the start of the application using FMC tool.
> > 2. Dynamically configure it within application by making API calls 
> > of fmlib.
> > 
> > The fmlib or Frame Manager library provides an API on top of the 
> > Frame Manager driver ioctl calls, that provides a user space 
> > application with a simple way to configure driver parameters and PCD 
> > (parse - classify - distribute) rules.
> > 
> > This patch integrates the base fmlib so that various queue config, 
> > RSS and classification related features can be supported on DPAA platform.
> > 
> > This base fmlib is shared across multiple project.
> > - it is not following block comments style for doxygen and other 
> > comments.
> > - it usages camel case for naming.
> > - it is not following the 80 char limits in code
> > 
> > Signed-off-by: Sachin Saxena <sachin.saxena@nxp.com>
> > Signed-off-by: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>
> Series applied to dpdk-next-net/master, thanks.

>Sorry, this time I don't agree with Ferruh's decision of merging this series.

>Checkpatch is sending too many warnings.

[Hemant] The base codes, which are coming from common area was not originally meant for Linux.
If we change the original starting code of it, the  the maintenance become very painful otherwise.

>But most importantly, the licensing has not been agreed in techboard and govboard.

 [Hemant] you are wrong here. Which license difference are you talking about? Standard licenses do not need techboard and govboard approval.
/* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0) is the approved license. It have been used in DPDK since long. 
DPDK exception file states:
Note that following licenses are not exceptions:-
	- BSD-3-Clause
	- Dual BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0
	- Dual BSD-3-Clause OR LGPL-2.1
	- GPL-2.0  (*Only for kernel code*)
Any base code which is shared among kernel and Userspace space - mostly likely will have this kind dual license only.
Note: you don't add "Dual" word while stating SPDX string - it is implicit. 

>Why dropping this codebase in DPDK instead of pulling it as a dependency?
[Hemant] >I don't like seeing DPDK becoming a pile of code duplicated from somewhere else.
[Hemant] We are not using the library as it is and making some serious changes in the generic library to suit the DPDK use-case.
So, it is not possible for us to use the *original* code of fmlib, which is public.

[Hemant] >I will drop this series from 20.08, waiting for a clear consensus.
[Hemant] Why? 
[Hemant] >Note: I don't remember having heard about such change before, especially not in the roadmap.
[Hemant] So anyone not publishing a roadmap - you will not accept features?
Ferruh Yigit July 20, 2020, 9:51 a.m. UTC | #4
On 7/19/2020 9:10 PM, Thomas Monjalon wrote:
> 17/07/2020 13:36, Ferruh Yigit:
>> On 7/11/2020 9:17 AM, Hemant Agrawal wrote:
>>> DPAA platorm MAC interface is known as FMAN i.e. Frame Manager.
>>> There are two ways to control it.
>>> 1. Statically configure the queues and classification rules before the
>>> start of the application using FMC tool.
>>> 2. Dynamically configure it within application by making API calls of
>>> fmlib.
>>>
>>> The fmlib or Frame Manager library provides an API on top of the
>>> Frame Manager driver ioctl calls, that provides a user space application
>>> with a simple way to configure driver parameters and PCD
>>> (parse - classify - distribute) rules.
>>>
>>> This patch integrates the base fmlib so that various queue config, RSS
>>> and classification related features can be supported on DPAA platform.
>>>
>>> This base fmlib is shared across multiple project.
>>> - it is not following block comments style for doxygen and other
>>> comments.
>>> - it usages camel case for naming.
>>> - it is not following the 80 char limits in code
>>>
>>> Signed-off-by: Sachin Saxena <sachin.saxena@nxp.com>
>>> Signed-off-by: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>
>> Series applied to dpdk-next-net/master, thanks.
> 
> Sorry, this time I don't agree with Ferruh's decision of merging this series.
> 
> Checkpatch is sending too many warnings.
> But most importantly, the licensing has not been agreed in techboard and govboard.
> 
> Why dropping this codebase in DPDK instead of pulling it as a dependency?
> I don't like seeing DPDK becoming a pile of code duplicated from somewhere else.
> 
> I will drop this series from 20.08, waiting for a clear consensus.
> Note: I don't remember having heard about such change before,
> especially not in the roadmap.
> 

Dropping from 'next-net' until above clarified.
Thomas Monjalon July 20, 2020, 5:06 p.m. UTC | #5
20/07/2020 06:50, Hemant Agrawal:
> HI Thomas,
> 
> From: Thomas Monjalon <thomas@monjalon.net> 
> 17/07/2020 13:36, Ferruh Yigit:
> > On 7/11/2020 9:17 AM, Hemant Agrawal wrote:
> > > DPAA platorm MAC interface is known as FMAN i.e. Frame Manager.
> > > There are two ways to control it.
> > > 1. Statically configure the queues and classification rules before 
> > > the start of the application using FMC tool.
> > > 2. Dynamically configure it within application by making API calls 
> > > of fmlib.
> > > 
> > > The fmlib or Frame Manager library provides an API on top of the 
> > > Frame Manager driver ioctl calls, that provides a user space 
> > > application with a simple way to configure driver parameters and PCD 
> > > (parse - classify - distribute) rules.
> > > 
> > > This patch integrates the base fmlib so that various queue config, 
> > > RSS and classification related features can be supported on DPAA platform.
> > > 
> > > This base fmlib is shared across multiple project.
> > > - it is not following block comments style for doxygen and other 
> > > comments.
> > > - it usages camel case for naming.
> > > - it is not following the 80 char limits in code
> > > 
> > > Signed-off-by: Sachin Saxena <sachin.saxena@nxp.com>
> > > Signed-off-by: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>
> > Series applied to dpdk-next-net/master, thanks.
> 
> >Sorry, this time I don't agree with Ferruh's decision of merging this series.
> 
> >Checkpatch is sending too many warnings.
> 
> [Hemant] The base codes, which are coming from common area was not originally meant for Linux.
> If we change the original starting code of it, the  the maintenance become very painful otherwise.
> 
> >But most importantly, the licensing has not been agreed in techboard and govboard.
> 
>  [Hemant] you are wrong here. Which license difference are you talking about? Standard licenses do not need techboard and govboard approval.
> /* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0) is the approved license. It have been used in DPDK since long. 
> DPDK exception file states:
> Note that following licenses are not exceptions:-
> 	- BSD-3-Clause
> 	- Dual BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0
> 	- Dual BSD-3-Clause OR LGPL-2.1
> 	- GPL-2.0  (*Only for kernel code*)
> Any base code which is shared among kernel and Userspace space - mostly likely will have this kind dual license only.
> Note: you don't add "Dual" word while stating SPDX string - it is implicit.

Indeed you're right it is not marked as an exception in license/exceptions.txt.
This is a discrepancy with the charter:
	https://www.dpdk.org/charter/
In section 6.i.iii:
"
A disjunctive licence choice of BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0 or BSD-3-Clause OR LGPL-2.1 will be used for code that is shared between the kernel and userspace.
"
But we are not building a kernel module with this code,
as it is the case for KNI.

> > Why dropping this codebase in DPDK instead of pulling it as a dependency?
> > I don't like seeing DPDK becoming a pile of code duplicated from somewhere else.
> [Hemant] We are not using the library as it is and making some serious changes in the generic library to suit the DPDK use-case.
> So, it is not possible for us to use the *original* code of fmlib, which is public.

I don't understand.
Either you don't change the code, so you use the original one as a dependency,
or you change the code for DPDK use, so you can adapt it to DPDK.

> > I will drop this series from 20.08, waiting for a clear consensus.
> [Hemant] Why? 
> [Hemant] >Note: I don't remember having heard about such change before, especially not in the roadmap.
> [Hemant] So anyone not publishing a roadmap - you will not accept features?  

This is just a note explaining why I discover it so late.
Stephen Hemminger July 20, 2020, 6:42 p.m. UTC | #6
On Mon, 20 Jul 2020 04:50:37 +0000
Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com> wrote:

> >But most importantly, the licensing has not been agreed in techboard and govboard.  
> 
>  [Hemant] you are wrong here. Which license difference are you talking about? Standard licenses do not need techboard and govboard approval.
> /* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0) is the approved license. It have been used in DPDK since long. 
> DPDK exception file states:
> Note that following licenses are not exceptions:-
> 	- BSD-3-Clause
> 	- Dual BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0
> 	- Dual BSD-3-Clause OR LGPL-2.1
> 	- GPL-2.0  (*Only for kernel code*)
> Any base code which is shared among kernel and Userspace space - mostly likely will have this kind dual license only.
> Note: you don't add "Dual" word while stating SPDX string - it is implicit. 

The keyword Dual is actually not needed in SPDX, and the paren's are not needed.
The proper form of dual license should match what kerne is doing.

https://www.kernel.org/doc/html/latest/process/license-rules.html

But DPDK seems to like (extra) parenthesis for no good reason.
Hemant Agrawal July 21, 2020, 3:26 a.m. UTC | #7
Hi Thomas,

On 20-Jul-20 10:36 PM, Thomas Monjalon wrote:
> 20/07/2020 06:50, Hemant Agrawal:
>> HI Thomas,
>>
>> From: Thomas Monjalon <thomas@monjalon.net> 
>> 17/07/2020 13:36, Ferruh Yigit:
>>> On 7/11/2020 9:17 AM, Hemant Agrawal wrote:
>>>> DPAA platorm MAC interface is known as FMAN i.e. Frame Manager.
>>>> There are two ways to control it.
>>>> 1. Statically configure the queues and classification rules before 
>>>> the start of the application using FMC tool.
>>>> 2. Dynamically configure it within application by making API calls 
>>>> of fmlib.
>>>>
>>>> The fmlib or Frame Manager library provides an API on top of the 
>>>> Frame Manager driver ioctl calls, that provides a user space 
>>>> application with a simple way to configure driver parameters and PCD 
>>>> (parse - classify - distribute) rules.
>>>>
>>>> This patch integrates the base fmlib so that various queue config, 
>>>> RSS and classification related features can be supported on DPAA platform.
>>>>
>>>> This base fmlib is shared across multiple project.
>>>> - it is not following block comments style for doxygen and other 
>>>> comments.
>>>> - it usages camel case for naming.
>>>> - it is not following the 80 char limits in code
>>>>
>>>> Signed-off-by: Sachin Saxena <sachin.saxena@nxp.com>
>>>> Signed-off-by: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>
>>> Series applied to dpdk-next-net/master, thanks.
>>
>>> Sorry, this time I don't agree with Ferruh's decision of merging this series.
>>
>>> Checkpatch is sending too many warnings.
>>
>> [Hemant] The base codes, which are coming from common area was not originally meant for Linux.
>> If we change the original starting code of it, the  the maintenance become very painful otherwise.
>>
>>> But most importantly, the licensing has not been agreed in techboard and govboard.
>>
>>  [Hemant] you are wrong here. Which license difference are you talking about? Standard licenses do not need techboard and govboard approval.
>> /* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0) is the approved license. It have been used in DPDK since long. 
>> DPDK exception file states:
>> Note that following licenses are not exceptions:-
>> 	- BSD-3-Clause
>> 	- Dual BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0
>> 	- Dual BSD-3-Clause OR LGPL-2.1
>> 	- GPL-2.0  (*Only for kernel code*)
>> Any base code which is shared among kernel and Userspace space - mostly likely will have this kind dual license only.
>> Note: you don't add "Dual" word while stating SPDX string - it is implicit.
>
> Indeed you're right it is not marked as an exception in license/exceptions.txt.
> This is a discrepancy with the charter:
> 	https://www.dpdk.org/charter/
> In section 6.i.iii:
> "
> A disjunctive licence choice of BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0 or BSD-3-Clause OR LGPL-2.1 will be used for code that is shared between the kernel and userspace.
> "
> But we are not building a kernel module with this code,
> as it is the case for KNI.

<HEMANT> KNI is for DPDK specific stuff. But many times base codes are already part of kernel tree or some other OS and same codebase can go to Userspace tree as well. So, they have dual licenses. 

>
>>> Why dropping this codebase in DPDK instead of pulling it as a dependency?
>>> I don't like seeing DPDK becoming a pile of code duplicated from somewhere else.
>> [Hemant] We are not using the library as it is and making some serious changes in the generic library to suit the DPDK use-case.
>> So, it is not possible for us to use the *original* code of fmlib, which is public.
>
> I don't understand.
> Either you don't change the code, so you use the original one as a dependency,
> or you change the code for DPDK use, so you can adapt it to DPDK.

<HEMANT> The original code was for non-linux powerpc platforms. My problem was that the base team still do fixes in that code base.
If I change the majority of the code, I may not be able to sync the fixes in future. 

>
>>> I will drop this series from 20.08, waiting for a clear consensus.
>> [Hemant] Why? 
>> [Hemant] >Note: I don't remember having heard about such change before, especially not in the roadmap.
>> [Hemant] So anyone not publishing a roadmap - you will not accept features?  
>
> This is just a note explaining why I discover it so late.
>
>
<HEMANT> Actually we sent this patchset originally on 27 May.  That was well within new feature date, so I did not sent explicit roadmap. If that helps you, we will try doing it.
David Marchand July 28, 2020, 1:41 p.m. UTC | #8
Hello Hemant,

On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 6:50 AM Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com> wrote:
> >Why dropping this codebase in DPDK instead of pulling it as a dependency?
> [Hemant] >I don't like seeing DPDK becoming a pile of code duplicated from somewhere else.
> [Hemant] We are not using the library as it is and making some serious changes in the generic library to suit the DPDK use-case.
> So, it is not possible for us to use the *original* code of fmlib, which is public.

Looking at https://github.com/qoriq-open-source/fmlib which I think is
the original code for this library (?).

Some symbols from the original code were dropped in the dpdk copy of the file.
Part of the API changed, with a param pointer now being passed.
The VSP symbols are in the fm_lib.c file from the original code while
they have been separated in a fm_vsp.c file in the dpdk copy.
Some logs / comments have changed.

For the sake of understanding:
- can you point at the problems with reusing this externally maintained library?
- this library is tightly linked to the fm kmod drivers I guess, how
is maintained the compatibility?


Thanks.
Hemant Agrawal July 29, 2020, 6:39 a.m. UTC | #9
Hi David

> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Marchand <david.marchand@redhat.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2020 7:12 PM
> To: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>
> Cc: Thomas Monjalon <thomas@monjalon.net>; Sachin Saxena
> <sachin.saxena@nxp.com>; dev@dpdk.org; Ferruh Yigit
> <ferruh.yigit@intel.com>; techboard@dpdk.org
> Subject: Re: [dpdk-dev] [PATCH v3 1/8] net/dpaa: add support for fmlib in
> dpdk
> Importance: High
> 
> Hello Hemant,
> 
> On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 6:50 AM Hemant Agrawal
> <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com> wrote:
> > >Why dropping this codebase in DPDK instead of pulling it as a
> dependency?
> > [Hemant] >I don't like seeing DPDK becoming a pile of code duplicated
> from somewhere else.
> > [Hemant] We are not using the library as it is and making some serious
> changes in the generic library to suit the DPDK use-case.
> > So, it is not possible for us to use the *original* code of fmlib, which is
> public.
> 
> Looking at
> https://eur01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fgithu
> b.com%2Fqoriq-open-
> source%2Ffmlib&amp;data=02%7C01%7Chemant.agrawal%40nxp.com%7Ce
> b9167f8bbd64a6234dd08d832fc01cb%7C686ea1d3bc2b4c6fa92cd99c5c301635
> %7C0%7C0%7C637315405224811211&amp;sdata=%2B65hKHyXFlWgXYq7yzZb
> lEYlI%2FyKb8OINXRuGqX8dOM%3D&amp;reserved=0 which I think is the
> original code for this library (?).
> 
> Some symbols from the original code were dropped in the dpdk copy of the
> file.
> Part of the API changed, with a param pointer now being passed.

 [Hemant] In DPAA1 is NXP's legacy architecture.
 
In the DPDK on ARM-DPAA1 (MAC is called FMAN) platforms,  we have been supporting static FMAN configuration utility (fmc) to pre-configure the queues, RSS and classification rules before starting the application. This config has several limitations, e.g. max DPAA_NUM_RX_QUEUES via env variable, etc. In last few years, several customers are using it in production. 

The legacy Fmlib supports dynamic FMAN configuration and it removes current limitation in DPAA PMD. In order to support both modes where we can support new dynamic configuration with fmlib and static fmc mode (with parsing facility to avoid env variables). We have done this modification in fmlib structures to support both fmc  parser and flow API on fmlib mode.
This param change is part of that. 


> The VSP symbols are in the fm_lib.c file from the original code while they
> have been separated in a fm_vsp.c file in the dpdk copy.
> Some logs / comments have changed.
> 
[Hemant] Yes, there is code structuring and removal of code, which we don't need for DPDK and ARM platforms. There are several small changes in VSP as well as PCD (Parse Classify Distribute) configuration. 

> For the sake of understanding:
> - can you point at the problems with reusing this externally maintained
> library?

[Hemant] The original library was designed to work with our legacy Userspace offering (USDPAA) and Bare metal offerings on PowerPC. We did tested it initially on ARM but now largely it  is only for supporting legacy customers. This library is in maintenance mode. 

NXP don’t want to add any new feature in this legacy standalone library  - as it is difficult to test them on PowerPC and they can break the legacy customers code. 
On ARM, we are now only offering DPDK as the Userspace solution. So, we have done a branch out of the code for DPDK.
Some changes you are already seeing and there are more in development to support DPDK style flow classification. 
Since DPDK is only consumer for this new base code, there is no reason for creating external dependency for the DPAA PMD. 

> - this library is tightly linked to the fm kmod drivers I guess, how is maintained
> the compatibility?

[Hemant] kernel module is already inbuilt in NXP Linux kernel for this platform. 

> 
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> --
> David Marchand
Thomas Monjalon July 29, 2020, 12:07 p.m. UTC | #10
29/07/2020 08:39, Hemant Agrawal:
> Hi David
> 
> From: David Marchand <david.marchand@redhat.com>
> > 
> > Hello Hemant,
> > 
> > On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 6:50 AM Hemant Agrawal
> > <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com> wrote:
> > > >Why dropping this codebase in DPDK instead of pulling it as a
> > dependency?
> > > [Hemant] >I don't like seeing DPDK becoming a pile of code duplicated
> > from somewhere else.
> > > [Hemant] We are not using the library as it is and making some serious
> > changes in the generic library to suit the DPDK use-case.
> > > So, it is not possible for us to use the *original* code of fmlib, which is
> > public.
> > 
> > Looking at
> > https://eur01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fgithu
> > b.com%2Fqoriq-open-
> > source%2Ffmlib&amp;data=02%7C01%7Chemant.agrawal%40nxp.com%7Ce
> > b9167f8bbd64a6234dd08d832fc01cb%7C686ea1d3bc2b4c6fa92cd99c5c301635
> > %7C0%7C0%7C637315405224811211&amp;sdata=%2B65hKHyXFlWgXYq7yzZb
> > lEYlI%2FyKb8OINXRuGqX8dOM%3D&amp;reserved=0 which I think is the
> > original code for this library (?).
> > 
> > Some symbols from the original code were dropped in the dpdk copy of the
> > file.
> > Part of the API changed, with a param pointer now being passed.
> 
>  [Hemant] In DPAA1 is NXP's legacy architecture.
>  
> In the DPDK on ARM-DPAA1 (MAC is called FMAN) platforms,  we have been supporting static FMAN configuration utility (fmc) to pre-configure the queues, RSS and classification rules before starting the application. This config has several limitations, e.g. max DPAA_NUM_RX_QUEUES via env variable, etc. In last few years, several customers are using it in production. 
> 
> The legacy Fmlib supports dynamic FMAN configuration and it removes current limitation in DPAA PMD. In order to support both modes where we can support new dynamic configuration with fmlib and static fmc mode (with parsing facility to avoid env variables). We have done this modification in fmlib structures to support both fmc  parser and flow API on fmlib mode.
> This param change is part of that. 
> 
> 
> > The VSP symbols are in the fm_lib.c file from the original code while they
> > have been separated in a fm_vsp.c file in the dpdk copy.
> > Some logs / comments have changed.
> > 
> [Hemant] Yes, there is code structuring and removal of code, which we don't need for DPDK and ARM platforms. There are several small changes in VSP as well as PCD (Parse Classify Distribute) configuration. 
> 
> > For the sake of understanding:
> > - can you point at the problems with reusing this externally maintained
> > library?
> 
> [Hemant] The original library was designed to work with our legacy Userspace offering (USDPAA) and Bare metal offerings on PowerPC. We did tested it initially on ARM but now largely it  is only for supporting legacy customers. This library is in maintenance mode.

Given this quite old legacy library is in maintenance mode,
we can assume the number of fixes in future will be low.
That's why I think the DPDK fork could be reformatted to DPDK code style.


> NXP don’t want to add any new feature in this legacy standalone library  - as it is difficult to test them on PowerPC and they can break the legacy customers code. 
> On ARM, we are now only offering DPDK as the Userspace solution. So, we have done a branch out of the code for DPDK.
> Some changes you are already seeing and there are more in development to support DPDK style flow classification. 
> Since DPDK is only consumer for this new base code, there is no reason for creating external dependency for the DPAA PMD. 
> 
> > - this library is tightly linked to the fm kmod drivers I guess, how is maintained
> > the compatibility?
> 
> [Hemant] kernel module is already inbuilt in NXP Linux kernel for this platform. 

Is the kernel module upstream?
Kevin Traynor July 29, 2020, 2:33 p.m. UTC | #11
Hi Hemant,

On 29/07/2020 07:39, Hemant Agrawal wrote:
> Hi David
> 
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: David Marchand <david.marchand@redhat.com>
>> Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2020 7:12 PM
>> To: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>
>> Cc: Thomas Monjalon <thomas@monjalon.net>; Sachin Saxena
>> <sachin.saxena@nxp.com>; dev@dpdk.org; Ferruh Yigit
>> <ferruh.yigit@intel.com>; techboard@dpdk.org
>> Subject: Re: [dpdk-dev] [PATCH v3 1/8] net/dpaa: add support for fmlib in
>> dpdk
>> Importance: High
>>
>> Hello Hemant,
>>
>> On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 6:50 AM Hemant Agrawal
>> <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com> wrote:
>>>> Why dropping this codebase in DPDK instead of pulling it as a
>> dependency?
>>> [Hemant] >I don't like seeing DPDK becoming a pile of code duplicated
>> from somewhere else.
>>> [Hemant] We are not using the library as it is and making some serious
>> changes in the generic library to suit the DPDK use-case.
>>> So, it is not possible for us to use the *original* code of fmlib, which is
>> public.
>>
>> Looking at
>> https://eur01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fgithu
>> b.com%2Fqoriq-open-
>> source%2Ffmlib&amp;data=02%7C01%7Chemant.agrawal%40nxp.com%7Ce
>> b9167f8bbd64a6234dd08d832fc01cb%7C686ea1d3bc2b4c6fa92cd99c5c301635
>> %7C0%7C0%7C637315405224811211&amp;sdata=%2B65hKHyXFlWgXYq7yzZb
>> lEYlI%2FyKb8OINXRuGqX8dOM%3D&amp;reserved=0 which I think is the
>> original code for this library (?).
>>

I didn't see an answer to this question - is this
(https://github.com/qoriq-open-source/fmlib) the source library you are
referring to below?

>> Some symbols from the original code were dropped in the dpdk copy of the
>> file.
>> Part of the API changed, with a param pointer now being passed.
> 
>  [Hemant] In DPAA1 is NXP's legacy architecture.
>  
> In the DPDK on ARM-DPAA1 (MAC is called FMAN) platforms,  we have been supporting static FMAN configuration utility (fmc) to pre-configure the queues, RSS and classification rules before starting the application. This config has several limitations, e.g. max DPAA_NUM_RX_QUEUES via env variable, etc. In last few years, several customers are using it in production. 
> 
> The legacy Fmlib supports dynamic FMAN configuration and it removes current limitation in DPAA PMD. In order to support both modes where we can support new dynamic configuration with fmlib and static fmc mode (with parsing facility to avoid env variables). We have done this modification in fmlib structures to support both fmc  parser and flow API on fmlib mode.
> This param change is part of that. 
> 
> 
>> The VSP symbols are in the fm_lib.c file from the original code while they
>> have been separated in a fm_vsp.c file in the dpdk copy.
>> Some logs / comments have changed.
>>
> [Hemant] Yes, there is code structuring and removal of code, which we don't need for DPDK and ARM platforms. There are several small changes in VSP as well as PCD (Parse Classify Distribute) configuration. 
> 
>> For the sake of understanding:
>> - can you point at the problems with reusing this externally maintained
>> library?
> 
> [Hemant] The original library was designed to work with our legacy Userspace offering (USDPAA) and Bare metal offerings on PowerPC. We did tested it initially on ARM but now largely it  is only for supporting legacy customers. This library is in maintenance mode. 
> 
> NXP don’t want to add any new feature in this legacy standalone library  - as it is difficult to test them on PowerPC and they can break the legacy customers code. 
> On ARM, we are now only offering DPDK as the Userspace solution. So, we have done a branch out of the code for DPDK.
> Some changes you are already seeing and there are more in development to support DPDK style flow classification. 
> Since DPDK is only consumer for this new base code, there is no reason for creating external dependency for the DPAA PMD. 
> 
>> - this library is tightly linked to the fm kmod drivers I guess, how is maintained
>> the compatibility?
> 
> [Hemant] kernel module is already inbuilt in NXP Linux kernel for this platform. 
> 
>>
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
>> --
>> David Marchand
>

Patch
diff mbox series

diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa/Makefile b/drivers/net/dpaa/Makefile
index d7bbc0e15..0d2f32ba1 100644
--- a/drivers/net/dpaa/Makefile
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa/Makefile
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@ 
 # SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
-# Copyright 2017 NXP
+# Copyright 2017-2019 NXP
 #
 
 include $(RTE_SDK)/mk/rte.vars.mk
@@ -15,6 +15,7 @@  CFLAGS += -O3 $(WERROR_FLAGS)
 CFLAGS += -Wno-pointer-arith
 CFLAGS += -I$(RTE_SDK_DPAA)/
 CFLAGS += -I$(RTE_SDK_DPAA)/include
+CFLAGS += -I$(RTE_SDK_DPAA)/fmlib
 CFLAGS += -I$(RTE_SDK)/drivers/bus/dpaa
 CFLAGS += -I$(RTE_SDK)/drivers/bus/dpaa/include/
 CFLAGS += -I$(RTE_SDK)/drivers/bus/dpaa/base/qbman
@@ -26,6 +27,7 @@  CFLAGS += -I$(RTE_SDK)/lib/librte_eal/include
 EXPORT_MAP := rte_pmd_dpaa_version.map
 
 # Interfaces with DPDK
+SRCS-$(CONFIG_RTE_LIBRTE_DPAA_PMD) += fmlib/fm_lib.c
 SRCS-$(CONFIG_RTE_LIBRTE_DPAA_PMD) += dpaa_ethdev.c
 SRCS-$(CONFIG_RTE_LIBRTE_DPAA_PMD) += dpaa_rxtx.c
 
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/dpaa_integration.h b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/dpaa_integration.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..cc599b432
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/dpaa_integration.h
@@ -0,0 +1,50 @@ 
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0)
+ * Copyright 2009-2012 Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
+ * Copyright 2017-2020 NXP
+ */
+
+#ifndef __DPAA_INTEGRATION_H
+#define __DPAA_INTEGRATION_H
+
+#include "ncsw_ext.h"
+
+#define DPAA_VERSION	11
+
+#define BM_MAX_NUM_OF_POOLS	64	/**< Number of buffers pools */
+
+#define INTG_MAX_NUM_OF_FM	2
+
+/* Ports defines */
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_MACS	6
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_MACS	2
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_MACS	(FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_MACS + FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_MACS)
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_OH_PORTS	6
+
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_RX_PORTS   FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_MACS
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_RX_PORTS  FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_MACS
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_RX_PORTS	\
+	(FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_RX_PORTS + FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_RX_PORTS)
+
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_TX_PORTS   FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_MACS
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_TX_PORTS  FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_MACS
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_TX_PORTS	\
+	(FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_TX_PORTS + FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_TX_PORTS)
+
+#define FM_PORT_MAX_NUM_OF_EXT_POOLS		4
+	/**< Number of external BM pools per Rx port */
+#define FM_PORT_NUM_OF_CONGESTION_GRPS		256
+	/**< Total number of congestion groups in QM */
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_SUB_PORTALS		16
+#define FM_PORT_MAX_NUM_OF_OBSERVED_EXT_POOLS   0
+
+/* PCD defines */
+#define FM_PCD_PLCR_NUM_ENTRIES		256
+		/**< Total number of policer profiles */
+#define FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_SCHEMES	32
+		/**< Total number of KG schemes */
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CLS_PLANS	256
+		/**< Number of classification plan entries. */
+
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_PFC_PRIORITIES		8
+
+#endif /* __DPAA_INTEGRATION_H */
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_ext.h b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_ext.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..aff0c06e5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_ext.h
@@ -0,0 +1,968 @@ 
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0)
+ * Copyright 2008-2012 Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
+ * Copyright 2017-2020 NXP
+ */
+
+#ifndef __FM_EXT_H
+#define __FM_EXT_H
+
+#include "ncsw_ext.h"
+#include "dpaa_integration.h"
+
+#define FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE	(NCSW_IOC_TYPE_BASE + 1)
+#define FMT_IOC_TYPE_BASE	(NCSW_IOC_TYPE_BASE + 3)
+
+#define MODULE_FM		0x00010000
+#define __ERR_MODULE__	MODULE_FM
+
+/* #define FM_LIB_DBG */
+
+#if defined(FM_LIB_DBG)
+	#define _fml_dbg(format, arg...) \
+	printf("fmlib [%s:%u] - " format, \
+		__func__, __LINE__, ##arg)
+#else
+	#define _fml_dbg(arg...)
+#endif
+
+/*#define FM_IOCTL_DBG*/
+
+#if defined(FM_IOCTL_DBG)
+	#define _fm_ioctl_dbg(format, arg...) \
+	printf("fm ioctl [%s:%u] - " format, \
+		__func__, __LINE__, ##arg)
+#else
+	#define _fm_ioctl_dbg(arg...)
+#endif
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_ncsw_grp	NetCommSw Linux User-Space (IOCTL) API
+ @{
+*/
+
+#define NCSW_IOC_TYPE_BASE	0xe0
+	/**< defines the IOCTL type for all the NCSW Linux module commands */
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_usr_FM_grp Frame Manager API
+
+ @Description   FM API functions, definitions and enums.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_usr_FM_lib_grp FM library
+
+ @Description   FM API functions, definitions and enums
+
+		The FM module is the main driver module and is a mandatory module
+		for FM driver users. This module must be initialized first prior
+		to any other drivers modules.
+		The FM is a "singleton" module. It is responsible of the common
+		HW modules: FPM, DMA, common QMI and common BMI initializations and
+		run-time control routines. This module must be initialized always
+		when working with any of the FM modules.
+		NOTE - We assume that the FM library will be initialized only by core No. 0!
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enum for defining port types
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmPortType {
+	e_FM_PORT_TYPE_OH_OFFLINE_PARSING = 0,  /**< Offline parsing port */
+	e_FM_PORT_TYPE_RX,			/**< 1G Rx port */
+	e_FM_PORT_TYPE_RX_10G,			/**< 10G Rx port */
+	e_FM_PORT_TYPE_TX,			/**< 1G Tx port */
+	e_FM_PORT_TYPE_TX_10G,			/**< 10G Tx port */
+	e_FM_PORT_TYPE_RX_2_5G,			/**< 2.5G Rx port */
+	e_FM_PORT_TYPE_TX_2_5G,			/**< 2.5G Tx port */
+	e_FM_PORT_TYPE_DUMMY
+} e_FmPortType;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parse results memory layout
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPrsResult {
+	volatile uint8_t	lpid;		/**< Logical port id */
+	volatile uint8_t	shimr;		/**< Shim header result  */
+	volatile uint16_t	l2r;		/**< Layer 2 result */
+	volatile uint16_t	l3r;		/**< Layer 3 result */
+	volatile uint8_t	l4r;		/**< Layer 4 result */
+	volatile uint8_t	cplan;		/**< Classification plan id */
+	volatile uint16_t	nxthdr;		/**< Next Header  */
+	volatile uint16_t	cksum;		/**< Running-sum */
+	volatile uint16_t	flags_frag_off;
+			/**< Flags & fragment-offset field of the last IP-header */
+	volatile uint8_t	route_type;
+			/**< Routing type field of a IPv6 routing extension header */
+	volatile uint8_t	rhp_ip_valid;
+			/**< Routing Extension Header Present; last bit is IP valid */
+	volatile uint8_t	shim_off[2];	/**< Shim offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	ip_pid_off;	/**< IP PID (last IP-proto) offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	eth_off;	/**< ETH offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	llc_snap_off;	/**< LLC_SNAP offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	vlan_off[2];	/**< VLAN offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	etype_off;	/**< ETYPE offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	pppoe_off;	/**< PPP offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	mpls_off[2];	/**< MPLS offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	ip_off[2];	/**< IP offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	gre_off;	/**< GRE offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	l4_off;		/**< Layer 4 offset */
+	volatile uint8_t	nxthdr_off;	/**< Parser end point */
+} __rte_packed t_FmPrsResult;
+
+/**
+ @Collection   FM Parser results
+*/
+#define FM_PR_L2_VLAN_STACK	0x00000100  /**< Parse Result: VLAN stack */
+#define FM_PR_L2_ETHERNET	0x00008000  /**< Parse Result: Ethernet*/
+#define FM_PR_L2_VLAN		0x00004000  /**< Parse Result: VLAN */
+#define FM_PR_L2_LLC_SNAP	0x00002000  /**< Parse Result: LLC_SNAP */
+#define FM_PR_L2_MPLS		0x00001000  /**< Parse Result: MPLS */
+#define FM_PR_L2_PPPoE		0x00000800  /**< Parse Result: PPPoE */
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Collection   FM Frame descriptor macros
+*/
+#define FM_FD_CMD_FCO		0x80000000  /**< Frame queue Context Override */
+#define FM_FD_CMD_RPD		0x40000000  /**< Read Prepended Data */
+#define FM_FD_CMD_UPD		0x20000000  /**< Update Prepended Data */
+#define FM_FD_CMD_DTC		0x10000000  /**< Do L4 Checksum */
+#define FM_FD_CMD_DCL4C		0x10000000  /**< Didn't calculate L4 Checksum */
+#define FM_FD_CMD_CFQ		0x00ffffff  /**< Confirmation Frame Queue */
+
+#define FM_FD_ERR_UNSUPPORTED_FORMAT	0x04000000
+					/**< Not for Rx-Port! Unsupported Format */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_LENGTH	0x02000000  /**< Not for Rx-Port! Length Error */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_DMA		0x01000000  /**< DMA Data error */
+
+#define FM_FD_IPR		0x00000001  /**< IPR frame (not error) */
+
+#define FM_FD_ERR_IPR_NCSP	(0x00100000 | FM_FD_IPR)
+						/**< IPR non-consistent-sp */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_IPR		(0x00200000 | FM_FD_IPR) /**< IPR error */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_IPR_TO	(0x00300000 | FM_FD_IPR) /**< IPR timeout */
+
+#ifdef FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT
+#define FM_FD_ERR_CRE		0x00200000
+#define FM_FD_ERR_CHE		0x00100000
+#endif /* FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT */
+
+#define FM_FD_ERR_PHYSICAL	0x00080000
+			/**< Rx FIFO overflow, FCS error, code error, running disparity
+			error (SGMII and TBI modes), FIFO parity error. PHY
+			Sequence error, PHY error control character detected. */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_SIZE		0x00040000
+		/**< Frame too long OR Frame size exceeds max_length_frame  */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_CLS_DISCARD	0x00020000  /**< classification discard */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_EXTRACTION	0x00008000  /**< Extract Out of Frame */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_NO_SCHEME	0x00004000  /**< No Scheme Selected */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_KEYSIZE_OVERFLOW	0x00002000  /**< Keysize Overflow */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_COLOR_RED	0x00000800  /**< Frame color is red */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_COLOR_YELLOW	0x00000400  /**< Frame color is yellow */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_ILL_PLCR	0x00000200  /**< Illegal Policer Profile selected */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_PLCR_FRAME_LEN 0x00000100  /**< Policer frame length error */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_PRS_TIMEOUT	0x00000080  /**< Parser Time out Exceed */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_PRS_ILL_INSTRUCT 0x00000040  /**< Invalid Soft Parser instruction */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_PRS_HDR_ERR	0x00000020
+		/**< Header error was identified during parsing */
+#define FM_FD_ERR_BLOCK_LIMIT_EXCEEDED  0x00000008
+			/**< Frame parsed beyind 256 first bytes */
+
+#define FM_FD_TX_STATUS_ERR_MASK	(FM_FD_ERR_UNSUPPORTED_FORMAT   | \
+					FM_FD_ERR_LENGTH		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_DMA) /**< TX Error FD bits */
+
+#define FM_FD_RX_STATUS_ERR_MASK	(FM_FD_ERR_UNSUPPORTED_FORMAT   | \
+					FM_FD_ERR_LENGTH		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_DMA		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_IPR		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_IPR_TO		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_IPR_NCSP		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_PHYSICAL		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_SIZE		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_CLS_DISCARD	| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_COLOR_RED		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_COLOR_YELLOW	| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_ILL_PLCR		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_PLCR_FRAME_LEN	| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_EXTRACTION	| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_NO_SCHEME		| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_KEYSIZE_OVERFLOW	| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_PRS_TIMEOUT	| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_PRS_ILL_INSTRUCT	| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_PRS_HDR_ERR	| \
+					FM_FD_ERR_BLOCK_LIMIT_EXCEEDED)
+					/**< RX Error FD bits */
+
+#define FM_FD_RX_STATUS_ERR_NON_FM	0x00400000 /**< non Frame-Manager error */
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Description   FM Exceptions
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmExceptions {
+	e_FM_EX_DMA_BUS_ERROR = 0,	/**< DMA bus error. */
+	e_FM_EX_DMA_READ_ECC,
+		/**< Read Buffer ECC error (Valid for FM rev < 6)*/
+	e_FM_EX_DMA_SYSTEM_WRITE_ECC,
+		/**< Write Buffer ECC error on system side (Valid for FM rev < 6)*/
+	e_FM_EX_DMA_FM_WRITE_ECC,
+		/**< Write Buffer ECC error on FM side (Valid for FM rev < 6)*/
+	e_FM_EX_DMA_SINGLE_PORT_ECC,
+		/**< Single Port ECC error on FM side (Valid for FM rev > 6)*/
+	e_FM_EX_FPM_STALL_ON_TASKS,	/**< Stall of tasks on FPM */
+	e_FM_EX_FPM_SINGLE_ECC,		/**< Single ECC on FPM. */
+	e_FM_EX_FPM_DOUBLE_ECC,		/**< Double ECC error on FPM ram access */
+	e_FM_EX_QMI_SINGLE_ECC,		/**< Single ECC on QMI. */
+	e_FM_EX_QMI_DOUBLE_ECC,		/**< Double bit ECC occurred on QMI */
+	e_FM_EX_QMI_DEQ_FROM_UNKNOWN_PORTID,/**< Dequeue from unknown port id */
+	e_FM_EX_BMI_LIST_RAM_ECC,	/**< Linked List RAM ECC error */
+	e_FM_EX_BMI_STORAGE_PROFILE_ECC,/**< Storage Profile ECC Error */
+	e_FM_EX_BMI_STATISTICS_RAM_ECC,	/**< Statistics Count RAM ECC Error Enable */
+	e_FM_EX_BMI_DISPATCH_RAM_ECC,	/**< Dispatch RAM ECC Error Enable */
+	e_FM_EX_IRAM_ECC,		/**< Double bit ECC occurred on IRAM*/
+	e_FM_EX_MURAM_ECC		/**< Double bit ECC occurred on MURAM*/
+} e_FmExceptions;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enum for defining port DMA swap mode
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmDmaSwapOption {
+	e_FM_DMA_NO_SWP,	/**< No swap, transfer data as is.*/
+	e_FM_DMA_SWP_PPC_LE,	/**< The transferred data should be swapped
+					in PowerPc Little Endian mode. */
+	e_FM_DMA_SWP_BE		/**< The transferred data should be swapped
+					in Big Endian mode */
+} e_FmDmaSwapOption;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enum for defining port DMA cache attributes
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmDmaCacheOption {
+	e_FM_DMA_NO_STASH = 0,	/**< Cacheable, no Allocate (No Stashing) */
+	e_FM_DMA_STASH = 1	/**< Cacheable and Allocate (Stashing on) */
+} e_FmDmaCacheOption;
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_usr_FM_init_grp FM Initialization Unit
+
+ @Description   FM Initialization Unit
+
+		Initialization Flow
+		Initialization of the FM Module will be carried out by the application
+		according to the following sequence:
+		-  Calling the configuration routine with basic parameters.
+		-  Calling the advance initialization routines to change driver's defaults.
+		-  Calling the initialization routine.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+t_Handle FM_Open(uint8_t id);
+void	FM_Close(t_Handle h_Fm);
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining buffer prefix area content.
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmBufferPrefixContent {
+	uint16_t	privDataSize;	/**< Number of bytes to be left at the beginning
+				of the external buffer; Note that the private-area will
+				start from the base of the buffer address. */
+	bool	passPrsResult;	/**< TRUE to pass the parse result to/from the FM;
+				User may use FM_PORT_GetBufferPrsResult() in order to
+				get the parser-result from a buffer. */
+	bool	passTimeStamp;	/**< TRUE to pass the timeStamp to/from the FM
+				User may use FM_PORT_GetBufferTimeStamp() in order to
+				get the parser-result from a buffer. */
+	bool	passHashResult;	/**< TRUE to pass the KG hash result to/from the FM
+				User may use FM_PORT_GetBufferHashResult() in order to
+				get the parser-result from a buffer. */
+	bool	passAllOtherPCDInfo;/**< Add all other Internal-Context information:
+					AD, hash-result, key, etc. */
+	uint16_t	dataAlign;
+		/**< 0 to use driver's default alignment [64],
+		other value for selecting a data alignment (must be a power of 2);
+		if write optimization is used, must be >= 16. */
+	uint8_t	manipExtraSpace;
+		/**< Maximum extra size needed (insertion-size minus removal-size);
+		Note that this field impacts the size of the buffer-prefix
+		(i.e. it pushes the data offset);
+		This field is irrelevant if DPAA_VERSION==10 */
+} t_FmBufferPrefixContent;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure of information about each of the external
+		buffer pools used by a port or storage-profile.
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmExtPoolParams {
+	uint8_t		id;	/**< External buffer pool id */
+	uint16_t		size;   /**< External buffer pool buffer size */
+} t_FmExtPoolParams;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for informing the driver about the external
+		buffer pools allocated in the BM and used by a port or a
+		storage-profile.
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmExtPools {
+	uint8_t		numOfPoolsUsed;	/**< Number of pools use by this port */
+	t_FmExtPoolParams	extBufPool[FM_PORT_MAX_NUM_OF_EXT_POOLS];
+						/**< Parameters for each port */
+} t_FmExtPools;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining backup BM Pools.
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmBackupBmPools {
+	uint8_t	numOfBackupPools;	/**< Number of BM backup pools -
+					must be smaller than the total number of
+					pools defined for the specified port.*/
+	uint8_t	poolIds[FM_PORT_MAX_NUM_OF_EXT_POOLS];
+				/**< numOfBackupPools pool id's, specifying which
+				pools should be used only as backup. Pool
+				id's specified here must be a subset of the
+				pools used by the specified port.*/
+} t_FmBackupBmPools;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining BM pool depletion criteria
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmBufPoolDepletion {
+	bool	poolsGrpModeEnable;
+		/**< select mode in which pause frames will be sent after
+			a number of pools (all together!) are depleted */
+	uint8_t	numOfPools;
+		/**< the number of depleted pools that will invoke
+			pause frames transmission. */
+	bool	poolsToConsider[BM_MAX_NUM_OF_POOLS];
+		/**< For each pool, TRUE if it should be considered for
+			depletion (Note - this pool must be used by this port!). */
+	bool	singlePoolModeEnable;
+		/**< select mode in which pause frames will be sent after
+			a single-pool is depleted; */
+	bool	poolsToConsiderForSingleMode[BM_MAX_NUM_OF_POOLS];
+		/**< For each pool, TRUE if it should be considered for
+			depletion (Note - this pool must be used by this port!) */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	bool	pfcPrioritiesEn[FM_MAX_NUM_OF_PFC_PRIORITIES];
+		/**< This field is used by the MAC as the Priority Enable Vector
+			in the PFC frame which is transmitted */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+} t_FmBufPoolDepletion;
+
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_usr_FM_init_grp group */
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_usr_FM_runtime_control_grp FM Runtime Control Unit
+
+ @Description   FM Runtime control unit API functions, definitions and enums.
+		The FM driver provides a set of control routines.
+		These routines may only be called after the module was fully
+		initialized (both configuration and initialization routines were
+		called). They are typically used to get information from hardware
+		(status, counters/statistics, revision etc.), to modify a current
+		state or to force/enable a required action. Run-time control may
+		be called whenever necessary and as many times as needed.
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Collection   General FM defines.
+*/
+#define FM_MAX_NUM_OF_VALID_PORTS   (FM_MAX_NUM_OF_OH_PORTS +	\
+				FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_RX_PORTS +	\
+				FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_RX_PORTS +   \
+				FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_TX_PORTS +	\
+				FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_TX_PORTS)
+				/**< Number of available FM ports */
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for Port bandwidth requirement. Port is identified
+		by type and relative id.
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortBandwidth {
+	e_FmPortType	type;	/**< FM port type */
+	uint8_t		relativePortId; /**< Type relative port id */
+	uint8_t		bandwidth;	/**< bandwidth - (in term of percents) */
+} t_FmPortBandwidth;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A Structure containing an array of Port bandwidth requirements.
+		The user should state the ports requiring bandwidth in terms of
+		percentage - i.e. all port's bandwidths in the array must add
+		up to 100.
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortsBandwidthParams {
+	uint8_t		numOfPorts;
+		/**< The number of relevant ports, which is the
+			number of valid entries in the array below */
+	t_FmPortBandwidth   portsBandwidths[FM_MAX_NUM_OF_VALID_PORTS];
+		/**< for each port, it's bandwidth (all port's bw must add up to 100.*/
+} t_FmPortsBandwidthParams;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enum for defining FM counters
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmCounters {
+	e_FM_COUNTERS_ENQ_TOTAL_FRAME = 0,/**< QMI total enqueued frames counter */
+	e_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_TOTAL_FRAME,	/**< QMI total dequeued frames counter */
+	e_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_0,		/**< QMI 0 frames from QMan counter */
+	e_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_1,		/**< QMI 1 frames from QMan counter */
+	e_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_2,		/**< QMI 2 frames from QMan counter */
+	e_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_3,		/**< QMI 3 frames from QMan counter */
+	e_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_FROM_DEFAULT,	/**< QMI dq from default queue counter */
+	e_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_FROM_CONTEXT,	/**< QMI dq from FQ context counter */
+	e_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_FROM_FD,	/**< QMI dq from FD command field counter */
+	e_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_CONFIRM	/**< QMI dq confirm counter */
+} e_FmCounters;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for returning FM revision information
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmRevisionInfo {
+	uint8_t	majorRev;		/**< Major revision */
+	uint8_t	minorRev;		/**< Minor revision */
+} t_FmRevisionInfo;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for returning FM ctrl code revision information
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmCtrlCodeRevisionInfo {
+	uint16_t	packageRev;		/**< Package revision */
+	uint8_t	majorRev;		/**< Major revision */
+	uint8_t	minorRev;		/**< Minor revision */
+} t_FmCtrlCodeRevisionInfo;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A Structure for obtaining FM controller monitor values
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmCtrlMon {
+	uint8_t percentCnt[2];	/**< Percentage value */
+} t_FmCtrlMon;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_SetPortsBandwidth
+
+ @Description   Sets relative weights between ports when accessing common resources.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Fm		A handle to an FM Module.
+ @Param[in]	p_PortsBandwidth	A structure of ports bandwidths in percentage, i.e.
+					total must equal 100.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_SetPortsBandwidth(t_Handle h_Fm,
+	t_FmPortsBandwidthParams *p_PortsBandwidth);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_GetRevision
+
+ @Description   Returns the FM revision
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Fm		A handle to an FM Module.
+ @Param[out]	p_FmRevisionInfo	A structure of revision information parameters.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t  FM_GetRevision(t_Handle h_Fm,
+	t_FmRevisionInfo *p_FmRevisionInfo);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_GetFmanCtrlCodeRevision
+
+ @Description   Returns the Fman controller code revision
+		(Not implemented in fm-lib just yet!)
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Fm		A handle to an FM Module.
+ @Param[out]	p_RevisionInfo	A structure of revision information parameters.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_GetFmanCtrlCodeRevision(t_Handle h_Fm,
+	t_FmCtrlCodeRevisionInfo *p_RevisionInfo);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_GetCounter
+
+ @Description   Reads one of the FM counters.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Fm	A handle to an FM Module.
+ @Param[in]	counter	The requested counter.
+
+ @Return	Counter's current value.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+		Note that it is user's responsibility to call this routine only
+		for enabled counters, and there will be no indication if a
+		disabled counter is accessed.
+*/
+uint32_t  FM_GetCounter(t_Handle h_Fm, e_FmCounters counter);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_ModifyCounter
+
+ @Description   Sets a value to an enabled counter. Use "0" to reset the counter.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Fm	A handle to an FM Module.
+ @Param[in]	counter	The requested counter.
+ @Param[in]	val	The requested value to be written into the counter.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t  FM_ModifyCounter(t_Handle h_Fm,
+	e_FmCounters counter, uint32_t val);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_CtrlMonStart
+
+ @Description   Start monitoring utilization of all available FM controllers.
+
+		In order to obtain FM controllers utilization the following sequence
+		should be used:
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStart()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStop()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonGetCounters() - issued for each FM controller
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Fm		A handle to an FM Module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID).
+*/
+uint32_t FM_CtrlMonStart(t_Handle h_Fm);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_CtrlMonStop
+
+ @Description   Stop monitoring utilization of all available FM controllers.
+
+		In order to obtain FM controllers utilization the following sequence
+		should be used:
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStart()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStop()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonGetCounters() - issued for each FM controller
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Fm		A handle to an FM Module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID).
+*/
+uint32_t FM_CtrlMonStop(t_Handle h_Fm);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_CtrlMonGetCounters
+
+ @Description   Obtain FM controller utilization parameters.
+
+		In order to obtain FM controllers utilization the following sequence
+		should be used:
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStart()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStop()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonGetCounters() - issued for each FM controller
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Fm		A handle to an FM Module.
+ @Param[in]	fmCtrlIndex	FM Controller index for that utilization results
+				are requested.
+ @Param[in]	p_Mon	Pointer to utilization results structure.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID).
+*/
+uint32_t FM_CtrlMonGetCounters(t_Handle h_Fm,
+	uint8_t fmCtrlIndex, t_FmCtrlMon *p_Mon);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_ForceIntr
+
+ @Description   Causes an interrupt event on the requested source.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Fm		A handle to an FM Module.
+ @Param[in]	exception	An exception to be forced.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code if the exception is not enabled,
+		or is not able to create interrupt.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_ForceIntr(t_Handle h_Fm, e_FmExceptions exception);
+
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_usr_FM_runtime_control_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_usr_FM_lib_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_usr_FM_grp group */
+
+/**
+@Description   FM Char device ioctls
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_grp Frame Manager Linux IOCTL API
+
+ @Description   FM Linux ioctls definitions and enums
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Collection	FM IOCTL device ('/dev') definitions
+*/
+#define DEV_FM_NAME		"fm" /**< Name of the FM chardev */
+
+#define DEV_FM_MINOR_BASE	0
+#define DEV_FM_PCD_MINOR_BASE	(DEV_FM_MINOR_BASE + 1)
+				/*/dev/fmx-pcd */
+#define DEV_FM_OH_PORTS_MINOR_BASE  (DEV_FM_PCD_MINOR_BASE + 1)
+				/*/dev/fmx-port-ohy */
+#define DEV_FM_RX_PORTS_MINOR_BASE  (DEV_FM_OH_PORTS_MINOR_BASE + FM_MAX_NUM_OF_OH_PORTS)   /*/dev/fmx-port-rxy */
+#define DEV_FM_TX_PORTS_MINOR_BASE  (DEV_FM_RX_PORTS_MINOR_BASE + FM_MAX_NUM_OF_RX_PORTS)   /*/dev/fmx-port-txy */
+#define DEV_FM_MAX_MINORS	(DEV_FM_TX_PORTS_MINOR_BASE + FM_MAX_NUM_OF_TX_PORTS)
+
+#define FM_IOC_NUM(n)	(n)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(n)   (n + 20)
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(n)  (n + 70)
+/* @} */
+
+#define IOC_FM_MAX_NUM_OF_PORTS	64
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enum for defining port types
+		(must match enum e_FmPortType defined in fm_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_port_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_TYPE_OH_OFFLINE_PARSING = 0,  /**< Offline parsing port */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_TYPE_RX,			/**< 1G Rx port */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_TYPE_RX_10G,		/**< 10G Rx port */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_TYPE_TX,			/**< 1G Tx port */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_TYPE_TX_10G,		/**< 10G Tx port */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_TYPE_DUMMY
+} ioc_fm_port_type;
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_lib_grp FM library
+
+ @Description   FM API functions, definitions and enums
+		The FM module is the main driver module and is a mandatory module
+		for FM driver users. Before any further module initialization,
+		this module must be initialized.
+		The FM is a "single-tone" module. It is responsible of the common
+		HW modules: FPM, DMA, common QMI, common BMI initializations and
+		run-time control routines. This module must be initialized always
+		when working with any of the FM modules.
+		NOTE - We assumes that the FML will be initialize only by core No. 0!
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   FM Exceptions
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_exceptions {
+	e_IOC_FM_EX_DMA_BUS_ERROR,	/**< DMA bus error. */
+	e_IOC_EX_DMA_READ_ECC,
+				/**< Read Buffer ECC error (Valid for FM rev < 6)*/
+	e_IOC_EX_DMA_SYSTEM_WRITE_ECC,
+		/**< Write Buffer ECC error on system side (Valid for FM rev < 6)*/
+	e_IOC_EX_DMA_FM_WRITE_ECC,
+		/**< Write Buffer ECC error on FM side (Valid for FM rev < 6)*/
+	e_IOC_EX_DMA_SINGLE_PORT_ECC,
+		/**< Single Port ECC error on FM side (Valid for FM rev > 6)*/
+	e_IOC_EX_FPM_STALL_ON_TASKS,	/**< Stall of tasks on FPM */
+	e_IOC_EX_FPM_SINGLE_ECC,	/**< Single ECC on FPM. */
+	e_IOC_EX_FPM_DOUBLE_ECC,	/**< Double ECC error on FPM ram access */
+	e_IOC_EX_QMI_SINGLE_ECC,	/**< Single ECC on QMI. */
+	e_IOC_EX_QMI_DOUBLE_ECC,	/**< Double bit ECC occurred on QMI */
+	e_IOC_EX_QMI_DEQ_FROM_UNKNOWN_PORTID,/**< Dequeue from unknown port id */
+	e_IOC_EX_BMI_LIST_RAM_ECC,	/**< Linked List RAM ECC error */
+	e_IOC_EX_BMI_STORAGE_PROFILE_ECC,/**< Storage Profile ECC Error */
+	e_IOC_EX_BMI_STATISTICS_RAM_ECC,/**< Statistics Count RAM ECC Error Enable */
+	e_IOC_EX_BMI_DISPATCH_RAM_ECC,	/**< Dispatch RAM ECC Error Enable */
+	e_IOC_EX_IRAM_ECC,		/**< Double bit ECC occurred on IRAM*/
+	e_IOC_EX_MURAM_ECC		/**< Double bit ECC occurred on MURAM*/
+} ioc_fm_exceptions;
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_runtime_control_grp FM Runtime Control Unit
+
+ @Description   FM Runtime control unit API functions, definitions and enums.
+		The FM driver provides a set of control routines for each module.
+		These routines may only be called after the module was fully
+		initialized (both configuration and initialization routines were
+		called). They are typically used to get information from hardware
+		(status, counters/statistics, revision etc.), to modify a current
+		state or to force/enable a required action. Run-time control may
+		be called whenever necessary and as many times as needed.
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Collection   General FM defines.
+ */
+#define IOC_FM_MAX_NUM_OF_VALID_PORTS  (FM_MAX_NUM_OF_OH_PORTS + \
+					FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_RX_PORTS +  \
+					FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_RX_PORTS + \
+					FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_TX_PORTS +  \
+					FM_MAX_NUM_OF_10G_TX_PORTS)
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Port bandwidth requirement. Port is identified
+		by type and relative id.
+		(must be identical to t_FmPortBandwidth defined in fm_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_bandwidth_t {
+	ioc_fm_port_type	type;	/**< FM port type */
+	uint8_t		relative_port_id; /**< Type relative port id */
+	uint8_t		bandwidth;	/**< bandwidth - (in term of percents) */
+} ioc_fm_port_bandwidth_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A Structure containing an array of Port bandwidth requirements.
+		The user should state the ports requiring bandwidth in terms of
+		percentage - i.e. all port's bandwidths in the array must add
+		up to 100.
+		(must be identical to t_FmPortsBandwidthParams defined in fm_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_bandwidth_params {
+	uint8_t			num_of_ports;
+				/**< num of ports listed in the array below */
+	ioc_fm_port_bandwidth_t	ports_bandwidths[IOC_FM_MAX_NUM_OF_VALID_PORTS];
+				/**< for each port, it's bandwidth (all port's
+				bandwidths must add up to 100.*/
+} ioc_fm_port_bandwidth_params;
+
+/**
+ @Description   enum for defining FM counters
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_counters {
+	e_IOC_FM_COUNTERS_ENQ_TOTAL_FRAME,/**< QMI total enqueued frames counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_TOTAL_FRAME,/**< QMI total dequeued frames counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_0,	/**< QMI 0 frames from QMan counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_1,	/**< QMI 1 frames from QMan counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_2,	/**< QMI 2 frames from QMan counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_3,	/**< QMI 3 frames from QMan counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_FROM_DEFAULT,
+				/**< QMI dequeue from default queue counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_FROM_CONTEXT,
+				/**< QMI dequeue from FQ context counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_FROM_FD,
+				/**< QMI dequeue from FD command field counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_COUNTERS_DEQ_CONFIRM,	/**< QMI dequeue confirm counter */
+} ioc_fm_counters;
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_obj_t {
+	void		*obj;
+} ioc_fm_obj_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for returning revision information
+		(must match struct t_FmRevisionInfo declared in fm_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_revision_info_t {
+	uint8_t	major;		/**< Major revision */
+	uint8_t	minor;		/**< Minor revision */
+} ioc_fm_revision_info_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for FM counters
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_counters_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_counters cnt;/**< The requested counter */
+	uint32_t	val;/**< The requested value to get/set from/into the counter */
+} ioc_fm_counters_params_t;
+
+typedef union ioc_fm_api_version_t {
+	struct {
+	uint8_t major;
+	uint8_t minor;
+	uint8_t respin;
+	uint8_t reserved;
+	} version;
+	uint32_t ver;
+} ioc_fm_api_version_t;
+
+typedef struct fm_ctrl_mon_t {
+	uint8_t	percent_cnt[2];
+} fm_ctrl_mon_t;
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_ctrl_mon_counters_params_t {
+	uint8_t	fm_ctrl_index;
+	fm_ctrl_mon_t *p_mon;
+} ioc_fm_ctrl_mon_counters_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_IOC_SET_PORTS_BANDWIDTH
+
+ @Description   Sets relative weights between ports when accessing common resources.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_port_bandwidth_params	Port bandwidth percentages,
+ their sum must equal 100.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+#define FM_IOC_SET_PORTS_BANDWIDTH	\
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_IOC_NUM(2), ioc_fm_port_bandwidth_params)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_IOC_GET_REVISION
+
+ @Description   Returns the FM revision
+
+ @Param[out]	ioc_fm_revision_info_t  A structure of revision information parameters.
+
+ @Return	None.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+#define FM_IOC_GET_REVISION	\
+	_IOR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_IOC_NUM(3), ioc_fm_revision_info_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_IOC_GET_COUNTER
+
+ @Description   Reads one of the FM counters.
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_counters_params_t The requested counter parameters.
+
+ @Return	Counter's current value.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+		Note that it is user's responsibilty to call this routine only
+		for enabled counters, and there will be no indication if a
+		disabled counter is accessed.
+*/
+#define FM_IOC_GET_COUNTER	\
+	_IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_IOC_NUM(4), ioc_fm_counters_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_IOC_SET_COUNTER
+
+ @Description   Sets a value to an enabled counter. Use "0" to reset the counter.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_counters_params_t The requested counter parameters.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+#define FM_IOC_SET_COUNTER	\
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_IOC_NUM(5), ioc_fm_counters_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_IOC_FORCE_INTR
+
+ @Description   Causes an interrupt event on the requested source.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_exceptions   An exception to be forced.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code if the exception is not enabled,
+		or is not able to create interrupt.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+#define FM_IOC_FORCE_INTR	\
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_IOC_NUM(6), ioc_fm_exceptions)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_IOC_GET_API_VERSION
+
+ @Description   Reads the FMD IOCTL API version.
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_api_version_t The requested counter parameters.
+
+ @Return	Version's value.
+*/
+#define FM_IOC_GET_API_VERSION	\
+	_IOR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_IOC_NUM(7), ioc_fm_api_version_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_CtrlMonStart
+
+ @Description   Start monitoring utilization of all available FM controllers.
+
+		In order to obtain FM controllers utilization the following sequence
+		should be used:
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStart()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStop()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonGetCounters() - issued for each FM controller
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+#define FM_IOC_CTRL_MON_START	\
+	_IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_IOC_NUM(15))
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_CtrlMonStop
+
+ @Description   Stop monitoring utilization of all available FM controllers.
+
+		In order to obtain FM controllers utilization the following sequence
+		should be used:
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStart()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStop()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonGetCounters() - issued for each FM controller
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+#define FM_IOC_CTRL_MON_STOP	\
+	_IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_IOC_NUM(16))
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_CtrlMonGetCounters
+
+ @Description   Obtain FM controller utilization parameters.
+
+		In order to obtain FM controllers utilization the following sequence
+		should be used:
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStart()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonStop()
+		-# FM_CtrlMonGetCounters() - issued for each FM controller
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_ctrl_mon_counters_params_t
+		A structure holding the required parameters.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_IOC_CTRL_MON_GET_COUNTERS_COMPAT	\
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_IOC_NUM(17), ioc_compat_fm_ctrl_mon_counters_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_IOC_CTRL_MON_GET_COUNTERS	\
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_IOC_NUM(17), ioc_fm_ctrl_mon_counters_params_t)
+
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_ioctl_FM_runtime_control_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_ioctl_FM_lib_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_ioctl_FM_grp */
+
+#define FMD_API_VERSION_MAJOR 21
+#define FMD_API_VERSION_MINOR 1
+#define FMD_API_VERSION_RESPIN 0
+
+#endif /* __FM_EXT_H */
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_lib.c b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_lib.c
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..46d4bb766
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_lib.c
@@ -0,0 +1,557 @@ 
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0)
+ * Copyright 2008-2012 Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
+ * Copyright 2017-2020 NXP
+ */
+
+#include <stdio.h>
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <string.h>
+#include <fcntl.h>
+#include <errno.h>
+#include <unistd.h>
+#include <termios.h>
+#include <sys/ioctl.h>
+#include <stdbool.h>
+#include <rte_common.h>
+
+#include "fm_ext.h"
+#include "fm_pcd_ext.h"
+#include "fm_port_ext.h"
+#include <dpaa_ethdev.h>
+
+#define DEV_TO_ID(p) \
+	do { \
+	t_Device *p_Dev = (t_Device *)p; \
+	p = UINT_TO_PTR(p_Dev->id); \
+	} while (0)
+
+/* Major and minor are in sync with FMD, respin is for fmlib identification */
+#define FM_LIB_VERSION_MAJOR	21
+#define FM_LIB_VERSION_MINOR	1
+#define FM_LIB_VERSION_RESPIN	0
+
+#if (FMD_API_VERSION_MAJOR != FM_LIB_VERSION_MAJOR) || \
+	(FMD_API_VERSION_MINOR != FM_LIB_VERSION_MINOR)
+#warning FMD and FMLIB version mismatch
+#endif
+
+uint32_t FM_GetApiVersion(t_Handle h_Fm, ioc_fm_api_version_t *p_version);
+
+t_Handle FM_Open(uint8_t id)
+{
+	t_Device	*p_Dev;
+	int	fd;
+	char	devName[20];
+	static bool called;
+	ioc_fm_api_version_t ver;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	p_Dev = (t_Device *)malloc(sizeof(t_Device));
+	if (!p_Dev)
+		return NULL;
+
+	memset(devName, 0, 20);
+	sprintf(devName, "%s%s%d", "/dev/", DEV_FM_NAME, id);
+	fd = open(devName, O_RDWR);
+	if (fd < 0) {
+		free(p_Dev);
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	p_Dev->id = id;
+	p_Dev->fd = fd;
+	if (!called) {
+		called = true;
+		FM_GetApiVersion((t_Handle)p_Dev, &ver);
+
+		if (FMD_API_VERSION_MAJOR != ver.version.major ||
+		    FMD_API_VERSION_MINOR != ver.version.minor ||
+			FMD_API_VERSION_RESPIN != ver.version.respin) {
+			DPAA_PMD_WARN("Compiled against FMD API ver %u.%u.%u",
+				      FMD_API_VERSION_MAJOR,
+				FMD_API_VERSION_MINOR, FMD_API_VERSION_RESPIN);
+			DPAA_PMD_WARN("Running with FMD API ver %u.%u.%u",
+				      ver.version.major, ver.version.minor,
+				ver.version.respin);
+		}
+	}
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return (t_Handle)p_Dev;
+}
+
+void FM_Close(t_Handle h_Fm)
+{
+	t_Device	*p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_Fm;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	close(p_Dev->fd);
+	free(p_Dev);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+}
+
+uint32_t  FM_GetApiVersion(t_Handle h_Fm, ioc_fm_api_version_t *p_version)
+{
+	t_Device			*p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_Fm;
+	int ret;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	ret = ioctl(p_Dev->fd, FM_IOC_GET_API_VERSION, p_version);
+	if (ret) {
+		DPAA_PMD_ERR("cannot get API version, error %i (%s)\n",
+			     errno, strerror(errno));
+		RETURN_ERROR(MINOR, E_INVALID_OPERATION, NO_MSG);
+	}
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return E_OK;
+}
+
+t_Handle FM_PCD_Open(t_FmPcdParams *p_FmPcdParams)
+{
+	t_Device	*p_Dev;
+	int	fd;
+	char	devName[20];
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	p_Dev = (t_Device *)malloc(sizeof(t_Device));
+	if (!p_Dev)
+		return NULL;
+
+	memset(devName, 0, 20);
+	sprintf(devName, "%s%s%u-pcd", "/dev/", DEV_FM_NAME,
+		(uint32_t)((t_Device *)p_FmPcdParams->h_Fm)->id);
+	fd = open(devName, O_RDWR);
+	if (fd < 0) {
+		free(p_Dev);
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	p_Dev->id = ((t_Device *)p_FmPcdParams->h_Fm)->id;
+	p_Dev->fd = fd;
+	p_Dev->owners = 0;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return (t_Handle)p_Dev;
+}
+
+void FM_PCD_Close(t_Handle h_FmPcd)
+{
+	t_Device *p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_FmPcd;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	close(p_Dev->fd);
+
+	if (p_Dev->owners) {
+		printf(
+		"\nTrying to delete a previously created pcd handler(owners:%u)!!\n",
+		p_Dev->owners);
+		return;
+	}
+
+	free(p_Dev);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+}
+
+uint32_t FM_PCD_Enable(t_Handle h_FmPcd)
+{
+	t_Device *p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_FmPcd;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	if (ioctl(p_Dev->fd, FM_PCD_IOC_ENABLE))
+		RETURN_ERROR(MINOR, E_INVALID_OPERATION, NO_MSG);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return E_OK;
+}
+
+uint32_t FM_PCD_Disable(t_Handle h_FmPcd)
+{
+	t_Device	*p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_FmPcd;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	if (ioctl(p_Dev->fd, FM_PCD_IOC_DISABLE))
+		RETURN_ERROR(MINOR, E_INVALID_OPERATION, NO_MSG);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return E_OK;
+}
+
+t_Handle FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsSet(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_net_env_params_t *params)
+{
+	t_Device *p_PcdDev = (t_Device *)h_FmPcd;
+	t_Device *p_Dev = NULL;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	params->id = NULL;
+
+	if (ioctl(p_PcdDev->fd, FM_PCD_IOC_NET_ENV_CHARACTERISTICS_SET, params))
+		return NULL;
+
+	p_Dev = (t_Device *)malloc(sizeof(t_Device));
+	if (!p_Dev)
+		return NULL;
+
+	memset(p_Dev, 0, sizeof(t_Device));
+	p_Dev->h_UserPriv = (t_Handle)p_PcdDev;
+	p_PcdDev->owners++;
+	p_Dev->id = PTR_TO_UINT(params->id);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return (t_Handle)p_Dev;
+}
+
+uint32_t FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsDelete(t_Handle h_NetEnv)
+{
+	t_Device *p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_NetEnv;
+	t_Device *p_PcdDev = NULL;
+	ioc_fm_obj_t id;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	p_PcdDev = (t_Device *)p_Dev->h_UserPriv;
+	id.obj = UINT_TO_PTR(p_Dev->id);
+
+	if (ioctl(p_PcdDev->fd, FM_PCD_IOC_NET_ENV_CHARACTERISTICS_DELETE, &id))
+		RETURN_ERROR(MINOR, E_INVALID_OPERATION, NO_MSG);
+
+	p_PcdDev->owners--;
+	free(p_Dev);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return E_OK;
+}
+
+t_Handle FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_params_t *params)
+{
+	t_Device *p_PcdDev = (t_Device *)h_FmPcd;
+	t_Device *p_Dev = NULL;
+	int ret;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	params->id = NULL;
+
+	if (params->param.modify) {
+		if (params->param.scm_id.scheme_id)
+			DEV_TO_ID(params->param.scm_id.scheme_id);
+		else
+			return NULL;
+	}
+
+	/* correct h_NetEnv param from scheme */
+	if (params->param.net_env_params.net_env_id)
+		DEV_TO_ID(params->param.net_env_params.net_env_id);
+
+	/* correct next engine params handlers: cc*/
+	if (params->param.next_engine == e_IOC_FM_PCD_CC &&
+	    params->param.kg_next_engine_params.cc.tree_id)
+		DEV_TO_ID(params->param.kg_next_engine_params.cc.tree_id);
+
+	ret = ioctl(p_PcdDev->fd, FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SCHEME_SET, params);
+	if (ret) {
+		DPAA_PMD_ERR("  cannot set kg scheme, error %i (%s)\n",
+			     errno, strerror(errno));
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	p_Dev = (t_Device *)malloc(sizeof(t_Device));
+	if (!p_Dev)
+		return NULL;
+
+	memset(p_Dev, 0, sizeof(t_Device));
+	p_Dev->h_UserPriv = (t_Handle)p_PcdDev;
+	/* increase owners only if a new scheme is created */
+	if (params->param.modify == false)
+		p_PcdDev->owners++;
+	p_Dev->id = PTR_TO_UINT(params->id);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return (t_Handle)p_Dev;
+}
+
+uint32_t FM_PCD_KgSchemeDelete(t_Handle h_Scheme)
+{
+	t_Device *p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_Scheme;
+	t_Device *p_PcdDev = NULL;
+	ioc_fm_obj_t id;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	p_PcdDev =  (t_Device *)p_Dev->h_UserPriv;
+	id.obj = UINT_TO_PTR(p_Dev->id);
+
+	if (ioctl(p_PcdDev->fd, FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SCHEME_DELETE, &id)) {
+		DPAA_PMD_WARN("cannot delete kg scheme, error %i (%s)\n",
+			      errno, strerror(errno));
+		RETURN_ERROR(MINOR, E_INVALID_OPERATION, NO_MSG);
+	}
+
+	p_PcdDev->owners--;
+	free(p_Dev);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return E_OK;
+}
+
+#ifdef FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT
+#error CAPWAP feature not supported
+#endif
+
+typedef struct {
+	e_FmPortType	portType;	/**< Port type */
+	uint8_t		portId;		/**< Port Id - relative to type */
+} t_FmPort;
+
+t_Handle FM_PORT_Open(t_FmPortParams *p_FmPortParams)
+{
+	t_Device	*p_Dev;
+	int	fd;
+	char	devName[30];
+	t_FmPort	*p_FmPort;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	p_Dev = (t_Device *)malloc(sizeof(t_Device));
+	if (!p_Dev)
+		return NULL;
+
+	memset(p_Dev, 0, sizeof(t_Device));
+
+	p_FmPort = (t_FmPort *)malloc(sizeof(t_FmPort));
+	if (!p_FmPort) {
+		free(p_Dev);
+		return NULL;
+	}
+	memset(p_FmPort, 0, sizeof(t_FmPort));
+	memset(devName, 0, sizeof(devName));
+	switch (p_FmPortParams->portType) {
+	case e_FM_PORT_TYPE_OH_OFFLINE_PARSING:
+		sprintf(devName, "%s%s%u-port-oh%d", "/dev/", DEV_FM_NAME,
+			(uint32_t)((t_Device *)p_FmPortParams->h_Fm)->id,
+			p_FmPortParams->portId);
+		break;
+	case e_FM_PORT_TYPE_RX:
+		sprintf(devName, "%s%s%u-port-rx%d", "/dev/", DEV_FM_NAME,
+			(uint32_t)((t_Device *)p_FmPortParams->h_Fm)->id,
+			p_FmPortParams->portId);
+		break;
+	case e_FM_PORT_TYPE_RX_10G:
+		sprintf(devName, "%s%s%u-port-rx%d", "/dev/", DEV_FM_NAME,
+			(uint32_t)((t_Device *)p_FmPortParams->h_Fm)->id,
+			FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_RX_PORTS + p_FmPortParams->portId);
+		break;
+	case e_FM_PORT_TYPE_TX:
+		sprintf(devName, "%s%s%u-port-tx%d", "/dev/", DEV_FM_NAME,
+			(uint32_t)((t_Device *)p_FmPortParams->h_Fm)->id,
+			p_FmPortParams->portId);
+		break;
+	case e_FM_PORT_TYPE_TX_10G:
+		sprintf(devName, "%s%s%u-port-tx%d", "/dev/", DEV_FM_NAME,
+			(uint32_t)((t_Device *)p_FmPortParams->h_Fm)->id,
+			FM_MAX_NUM_OF_1G_TX_PORTS + p_FmPortParams->portId);
+		break;
+	default:
+		free(p_FmPort);
+		free(p_Dev);
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	fd = open(devName, O_RDWR);
+	if (fd < 0) {
+		free(p_FmPort);
+		free(p_Dev);
+		return NULL;
+	}
+
+	p_FmPort->portType = p_FmPortParams->portType;
+	p_FmPort->portId = p_FmPortParams->portId;
+	p_Dev->id = p_FmPortParams->portId;
+	p_Dev->fd = fd;
+	p_Dev->h_UserPriv = (t_Handle)p_FmPort;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return (t_Handle)p_Dev;
+}
+
+void FM_PORT_Close(t_Handle h_FmPort)
+{
+	t_Device	*p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_FmPort;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	close(p_Dev->fd);
+	if (p_Dev->h_UserPriv)
+		free(p_Dev->h_UserPriv);
+	free(p_Dev);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+}
+
+uint32_t FM_PORT_Disable(t_Handle h_FmPort)
+{
+	t_Device	*p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_FmPort;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	if (ioctl(p_Dev->fd, FM_PORT_IOC_DISABLE))
+		RETURN_ERROR(MINOR, E_INVALID_OPERATION, NO_MSG);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return E_OK;
+}
+
+uint32_t FM_PORT_Enable(t_Handle h_FmPort)
+{
+	t_Device	*p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_FmPort;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	if (ioctl(p_Dev->fd, FM_PORT_IOC_ENABLE))
+		RETURN_ERROR(MINOR, E_INVALID_OPERATION, NO_MSG);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return E_OK;
+}
+
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetPCD(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+	ioc_fm_port_pcd_params_t *params)
+{
+	t_Device *p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_FmPort;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	/* correct h_NetEnv param from t_FmPortPcdParams */
+	DEV_TO_ID(params->net_env_id);
+
+	/* correct pcd structures according to what support was set */
+	if (params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_CC ||
+		params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_CC_AND_PLCR ||
+		params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_CC) {
+		if (params->p_cc_params && params->p_cc_params->cc_tree_id)
+			DEV_TO_ID(params->p_cc_params->cc_tree_id);
+		else
+			DPAA_PMD_WARN("Coarse Clasification not set !");
+	}
+
+	if (params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG ||
+		params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_CC ||
+		params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_CC_AND_PLCR ||
+		params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_PLCR){
+		if (params->p_kg_params) {
+			uint32_t i;
+
+			for (i = 0; i < params->p_kg_params->num_of_schemes; i++)
+				if (params->p_kg_params->scheme_ids[i])
+					DEV_TO_ID(params->p_kg_params->scheme_ids[i]);
+				else
+					DPAA_PMD_WARN("Scheme:%u not set!!", i);
+
+			if (params->p_kg_params && params->p_kg_params->direct_scheme)
+				DEV_TO_ID(params->p_kg_params->direct_scheme_id);
+		} else {
+			DPAA_PMD_WARN("KeyGen not set !");
+		}
+	}
+
+	if (params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PLCR_ONLY ||
+		params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_PLCR ||
+		params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_CC_AND_PLCR ||
+		params->pcd_support == e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_PLCR) {
+		if (params->p_plcr_params) {
+			if (params->p_plcr_params->plcr_profile_id)
+				DEV_TO_ID(params->p_plcr_params->plcr_profile_id);
+			else
+				DPAA_PMD_WARN("Policer not set !");
+		}
+	}
+
+	if (params->p_ip_reassembly_manip)
+		DEV_TO_ID(params->p_ip_reassembly_manip);
+
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	if (params->p_capwap_reassembly_manip)
+		DEV_TO_ID(params->p_capwap_reassembly_manip);
+#endif
+
+	if (ioctl(p_Dev->fd, FM_PORT_IOC_SET_PCD, params))
+		RETURN_ERROR(MINOR, E_INVALID_OPERATION, NO_MSG);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return E_OK;
+}
+
+uint32_t FM_PORT_DeletePCD(t_Handle h_FmPort)
+{
+	t_Device *p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_FmPort;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	if (ioctl(p_Dev->fd, FM_PORT_IOC_DELETE_PCD))
+		RETURN_ERROR(MINOR, E_INVALID_OPERATION, NO_MSG);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return E_OK;
+}
+
+t_Handle CreateDevice(t_Handle h_UserPriv, t_Handle h_DevId)
+{
+	t_Device *p_UserPrivDev = (t_Device *)h_UserPriv;
+	t_Device *p_Dev = NULL;
+
+	_fml_dbg("Calling...\n");
+
+	p_Dev = (t_Device *)malloc(sizeof(t_Device));
+	if (!p_Dev)
+		return NULL;
+
+	memset(p_Dev, 0, sizeof(t_Device));
+	p_Dev->h_UserPriv = h_UserPriv;
+	p_UserPrivDev->owners++;
+	p_Dev->id = PTR_TO_UINT(h_DevId);
+
+	_fml_dbg("Finishing.\n");
+
+	return (t_Handle)p_Dev;
+}
+
+t_Handle GetDeviceId(t_Handle h_Dev)
+{
+	t_Device *p_Dev = (t_Device *)h_Dev;
+
+	return (t_Handle)p_Dev->id;
+}
+
+#if defined FMAN_V3H
+void Platform_is_FMAN_V3H(void)
+{
+}
+#elif defined FMAN_V3L
+void Platform_is_FMAN_V3L(void)
+{
+}
+#endif
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_pcd_ext.h b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_pcd_ext.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..7feb49afb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_pcd_ext.h
@@ -0,0 +1,5190 @@ 
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0)
+ * Copyright 2008-2012 Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
+ * Copyright 2017-2020 NXP
+ */
+
+#ifndef __FM_PCD_EXT_H
+#define __FM_PCD_EXT_H
+
+#include "ncsw_ext.h"
+#include "net_ext.h"
+#include "fm_ext.h"
+
+/**
+ @Description   FM PCD ...
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_grp Frame Manager Linux IOCTL API
+ @Description   Frame Manager Linux ioctls definitions and enums
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_PCD_grp FM PCD
+ @Description   Frame Manager PCD API functions, definitions and enums
+
+	The FM PCD module is responsible for the initialization of all
+	global classifying FM modules. This includes the parser general and
+	common registers, the key generator global and common registers,
+	and the policer global and common registers.
+	In addition, the FM PCD SW module will initialize all required
+	key generator schemes, coarse classification flows, and policer
+	profiles. When an FM module is configured to work with one of these
+	entities, it will register to it using the FM PORT API. The PCD
+	module will manage the PCD resources - i.e. resource management of
+	KeyGen schemes, etc.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Collection	General PCD defines
+*/
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_PRIVATE_HDRS		2
+/**< Number of units/headers saved for user */
+
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_NUM_OF_HDRS			16
+/**< Number of headers supported by HW parser */
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_DISTINCTION_UNITS	(32 - IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_PRIVATE_HDRS)
+/**< Number of distinction units is limited by register size (32 bits) minus
+reserved bits for private headers. */
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_INTERCHANGEABLE_HDRS	4
+/**< Maximum number of interchangeable headers in a distinction unit */
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_GENERIC_REGS		8
+/**< Total number of generic KeyGen registers */
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_KG_MAX_NUM_OF_EXTRACTS_PER_KEY	35
+/**< Max number allowed on any configuration; For HW implementation reasons,
+in most cases less than this will be allowed; The driver will return an
+initialization error if resource is unavailable. */
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_EXTRACT_MASKS		4
+/**< Total number of masks allowed on KeyGen extractions. */
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_DEFAULT_GROUPS		16
+/**< Number of default value logical groups */
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_NUM_OF_LABELS			32
+/**< Maximum number of SW parser labels */
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_SW_PRS_SIZE			0x00000800
+/**< Total size of SW parser area */
+
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_MANIP_INSRT_TEMPLATE_SIZE	128
+/**< Maximum size of insertion template for insert manipulation */
+
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_FRM_REPLIC_MAX_NUM_OF_ENTRIES	64
+/**< Maximum possible entries for frame replicator group */
+/* @} */
+
+#ifdef FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT
+#error "FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT not implemented!"
+#endif
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_PCD_init_grp FM PCD Initialization Unit
+
+ @Description   Frame Manager PCD Initialization Unit API
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   PCD counters
+		(must match enum ioc_fm_pcd_counters defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_counters {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_COUNTERS_TOTAL,		/**< KeyGen counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_COUNTERS_RED,
+	/**< Policer counter - counts the total number of RED packets that exit the Policer. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_COUNTERS_YELLOW,
+	/**< Policer counter - counts the total number of YELLOW packets that exit the Policer. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_COUNTERS_RECOLORED_TO_RED,
+	/**< Policer counter - counts the number of packets that changed color to RED by the Policer;
+	This is a subset of e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_COUNTERS_RED packet count, indicating active color changes. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_COUNTERS_RECOLORED_TO_YELLOW,
+	/**< Policer counter - counts the number of packets that changed color to YELLOW by the Policer;
+	This is a subset of e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_COUNTERS_YELLOW packet count, indicating active color changes. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_COUNTERS_TOTAL,
+	/**< Policer counter - counts the total number of packets passed in the Policer. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_COUNTERS_LENGTH_MISMATCH,
+	/**< Policer counter - counts the number of packets with length mismatch. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_PARSE_DISPATCH,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of times the parser block is dispatched. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_L2_PARSE_RESULT_RETURNED,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of times L2 parse result is returned (including errors). */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_L3_PARSE_RESULT_RETURNED,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of times L3 parse result is returned (including errors). */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_L4_PARSE_RESULT_RETURNED,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of times L4 parse result is returned (including errors). */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_SHIM_PARSE_RESULT_RETURNED,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of times SHIM parse result is returned (including errors). */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_L2_PARSE_RESULT_RETURNED_WITH_ERR,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of times L2 parse result is returned with errors. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_L3_PARSE_RESULT_RETURNED_WITH_ERR,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of times L3 parse result is returned with errors. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_L4_PARSE_RESULT_RETURNED_WITH_ERR,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of times L4 parse result is returned with errors. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_SHIM_PARSE_RESULT_RETURNED_WITH_ERR,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of times SHIM parse result is returned with errors. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_SOFT_PRS_CYCLES,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of cycles spent executing soft parser instruction (including stall cycles). */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_SOFT_PRS_STALL_CYCLES,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of cycles stalled waiting for parser internal memory reads while executing soft parser instruction. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_HARD_PRS_CYCLE_INCL_STALL_CYCLES,
+	/**< Parser counter - counts the number of cycles spent executing hard parser (including stall cycles). */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_MURAM_READ_CYCLES,
+	/**< MURAM counter - counts the number of cycles while performing FMan Memory read. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_MURAM_READ_STALL_CYCLES,
+	/**< MURAM counter - counts the number of cycles stalled while performing FMan Memory read. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_MURAM_WRITE_CYCLES,
+	/**< MURAM counter - counts the number of cycles while performing FMan Memory write. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_MURAM_WRITE_STALL_CYCLES,
+	/**< MURAM counter - counts the number of cycles stalled while performing FMan Memory write. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_COUNTERS_FPM_COMMAND_STALL_CYCLES
+	/**< FPM counter - counts the number of cycles stalled while performing a FPM Command. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_counters;
+
+/**
+ @Description   PCD interrupts
+		(must match enum ioc_fm_pcd_exceptions defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_exceptions {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_EXCEPTION_DOUBLE_ECC,
+	/**< KeyGen double-bit ECC error is detected on internal memory read access. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_EXCEPTION_KEYSIZE_OVERFLOW,
+	/**< KeyGen scheme configuration error indicating a key size larger than 56 bytes. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_EXCEPTION_DOUBLE_ECC,
+	/**< Policer double-bit ECC error has been detected on PRAM read access. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_EXCEPTION_INIT_ENTRY_ERROR,
+	/**< Policer access to a non-initialized profile has been detected. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_EXCEPTION_PRAM_SELF_INIT_COMPLETE,
+	/**< Policer RAM self-initialization complete */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_EXCEPTION_ATOMIC_ACTION_COMPLETE,
+	/**< Policer atomic action complete */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_EXCEPTION_DOUBLE_ECC,
+	/**< Parser double-bit ECC error */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_EXCEPTION_SINGLE_ECC
+	/**< Parser single-bit ECC error */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_exceptions;
+
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_ioctl_FM_PCD_init_grp group */
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_PCD_Runtime_grp FM PCD Runtime Unit
+
+ @Description   Frame Manager PCD Runtime Unit
+
+	The runtime control allows creation of PCD infrastructure modules
+	such as Network Environment Characteristics, Classification Plan
+	Groups and Coarse Classification Trees.
+	It also allows on-the-fly initialization, modification and removal
+	of PCD modules such as KeyGen schemes, coarse classification nodes
+	and Policer profiles.
+
+In order to explain the programming model of the PCD driver interface
+a few terms should be explained, and will be used below.
+- Distinction Header - One of the 16 protocols supported by the FM parser,
+	or one of the SHIM headers (1 or 2). May be a header with a special
+	option (see below).
+- Interchangeable Headers Group - This is a group of Headers recognized
+	by either one of them. For example, if in a specific context the user
+	chooses to treat IPv4 and IPV6 in the same way, they may create an
+	interchangeable Headers Unit consisting of these 2 headers.
+- A Distinction Unit - a Distinction Header or an Interchangeable Headers
+	Group.
+- Header with special option - applies to Ethernet, MPLS, VLAN, IPv4 and
+	IPv6, includes multicast, broadcast and other protocol specific options.
+	In terms of hardware it relates to the options available in the
+	classification plan.
+- Network Environment Characteristics - a set of Distinction Units that define
+	the total recognizable header selection for a certain environment. This
+	is NOT the list of all headers that will ever appear in a flow, but
+	rather everything that needs distinction in a flow, where distinction is
+	made by KeyGen schemes and coarse classification action descriptors.
+
+The PCD runtime modules initialization is done in stages. The first stage after
+initializing the PCD module itself is to establish a Network Flows Environment
+Definition. The application may choose to establish one or more such
+environments. Later, when needed, the application will have to state, for some
+of its modules, to which single environment it belongs.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   structure for FM counters
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_counters_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_counters cnt;	/**< The requested counter */
+	uint32_t	val;/**< The requested value to get/set from/into the counter */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_counters_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   structure for FM exception definitios
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_exception_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_exceptions exception;	/**< The requested exception */
+	bool		enable;	/**< TRUE to enable interrupt, FALSE to mask it. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_exception_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for SW parser labels
+		(must be identical to struct t_FmPcdPrsLabelParams defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+ */
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_prs_label_params_t {
+	uint32_t instruction_offset;/**< SW parser label instruction offset (2 bytes
+				resolution), relative to Parser RAM. */
+	ioc_net_header_type	hdr;/**< The existence of this header will invoke
+					the SW parser code. */
+	uint8_t	index_per_hdr;	/**< Normally 0, if more than one SW parser
+				attachments for the same header, use this
+				index to distinguish between them. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_prs_label_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for SW parser
+		(Must match struct ioc_fm_pcd_prs_sw_params_t defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+ */
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_prs_sw_params_t {
+	bool		override;	/**< FALSE to invoke a check that nothing else
+					was loaded to this address, including
+					internal patches.
+					TRUE to override any existing code.*/
+	uint32_t	size;		/**< SW parser code size */
+	uint16_t	base;		/**< SW parser base (in instruction counts!
+						must be larger than 0x20)*/
+	uint8_t		*p_code;	/**< SW parser code */
+	uint32_t	sw_prs_data_params[IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_NUM_OF_HDRS];
+					/**< SW parser data (parameters) */
+	uint8_t		num_of_labels;	/**< Number of labels for SW parser. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_prs_label_params_t labels_table[IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_NUM_OF_LABELS];
+		/**< SW parser labels table, containing num_of_labels entries */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_prs_sw_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure to set the a KeyGen default value
+ */
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_dflt_value_params_t {
+	uint8_t		valueId;/**< 0,1 - one of 2 global default values */
+	uint32_t	value;	/**< The requested default value */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_dflt_value_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_Enable
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called after PCD is initialized for
+		enabling all PCD engines according to their existing configuration.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only when PCD is disabled.
+*/
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_ENABLE  _IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(1))
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_Disable
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called when PCD is enabled in order to
+		disable all PCD engines. It may be called
+		only when none of the ports in the system are using the PCD.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only when PCD is enabled.
+*/
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_DISABLE  _IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(2))
+
+ /**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_PrsLoadSw
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called only when all ports in the
+		system are actively using the classification plan scheme.
+		In such cases it is recommended in order to save resources.
+		The driver automatically saves 8 classification plans for
+		ports that do NOT use the classification plan mechanism, to
+		avoid this (in order to save those entries) this routine may
+		be called.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_prs_sw_params_t
+		A pointer to the image of the software parser code.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only when PCD is disabled.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_PRS_LOAD_SW_COMPAT  _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(3), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_prs_sw_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_PRS_LOAD_SW  _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(3), ioc_fm_pcd_prs_sw_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSetDfltValue
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine sets a global default value to be used
+		by the KeyGen when parser does not recognize a required
+		field/header.
+		By default default values are 0.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_dflt_value_params_t   A pointer to a structure with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only when PCD is disabled.
+*/
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SET_DFLT_VALUE  _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(6), ioc_fm_pcd_kg_dflt_value_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSetAdditionalDataAfterParsing
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine allows the keygen to access data past
+		the parser finishing point.
+
+ @Param[in]	uint8_t   payload-offset; the number of bytes beyond the parser location.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only when PCD is disabled.
+*/
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SET_ADDITIONAL_DATA_AFTER_PARSING  _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(7), uint8_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_SetException
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables/disables PCD interrupts.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_exception_params_t
+		Arguments struct with exception to be enabled/disabled.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_SET_EXCEPTION _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(8), ioc_fm_pcd_exception_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_GetCounter
+
+ @Description   Reads one of the FM PCD counters.
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_pcd_counters_params_t The requested counter parameters.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Note that it is user's responsibilty to call this routine only
+		for enabled counters, and there will be no indication if a
+		disabled counter is accessed.
+*/
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_GET_COUNTER  _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(9), ioc_fm_pcd_counters_params_t)
+
+/**
+
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSchemeGetCounter
+
+ @Description   Reads scheme packet counter.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Scheme	scheme handle as returned by FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet().
+
+ @Return	Counter's current value.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init() & FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SCHEME_GET_CNTR_COMPAT  _IOR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(4), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_spc_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SCHEME_GET_CNTR  _IOR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(4), ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_spc_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ForceIntr
+
+ @Description   Causes an interrupt event on the requested source.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_exceptions - An exception to be forced.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code if the exception is not enabled,
+		or is not able to create interrupt.
+*/
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_FORCE_INTR _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(11), ioc_fm_pcd_exceptions)
+
+/**
+ @Collection	Definitions of coarse classification parameters as required by KeyGen
+		(when coarse classification is the next engine after this scheme).
+*/
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_TREES		8
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_GROUPS		16
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_UNITS		4
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_KEYS		256
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_FLOWS		(4 * KILOBYTE)
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_SIZE_OF_KEY		56
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_ENTRIES_IN_GRP	16
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_LAST_KEY_INDEX		0xffff
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_DSCP_VALUES		64
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Collection	A set of definitions to allow protocol
+		special option description.
+*/
+typedef uint32_t		ioc_protocol_opt_t;
+		/**< A general type to define a protocol option. */
+
+typedef ioc_protocol_opt_t  ioc_eth_protocol_opt_t;
+			/**< Ethernet protocol options. */
+#define IOC_ETH_BROADCAST		0x80000000   /**< Ethernet Broadcast. */
+#define IOC_ETH_MULTICAST		0x40000000   /**< Ethernet Multicast. */
+
+typedef ioc_protocol_opt_t  ioc_vlan_protocol_opt_t;
+				/**< Vlan protocol options. */
+#define IOC_VLAN_STACKED		0x20000000   /**< Stacked VLAN. */
+
+typedef ioc_protocol_opt_t  ioc_mpls_protocol_opt_t;
+				/**< MPLS protocol options. */
+#define IOC_MPLS_STACKED		0x10000000   /**< Stacked MPLS. */
+
+typedef ioc_protocol_opt_t  ioc_ipv4_protocol_opt_t;
+			/**< IPv4 protocol options. */
+#define IOC_IPV4_BROADCAST_1		0x08000000   /**< IPv4 Broadcast. */
+#define IOC_IPV4_MULTICAST_1		0x04000000   /**< IPv4 Multicast. */
+#define IOC_IPV4_UNICAST_2		0x02000000   /**< Tunneled IPv4 - Unicast. */
+#define IOC_IPV4_MULTICAST_BROADCAST_2  0x01000000
+					/**< Tunneled IPv4 - Broadcast/Multicast. */
+
+#define IOC_IPV4_FRAG_1		0x00000008   /**< IPV4 reassembly option.
+			IPV4 Reassembly manipulation requires network
+			environment with IPV4 header and IPV4_FRAG_1 option  */
+
+typedef ioc_protocol_opt_t  ioc_ipv6_protocol_opt_t;
+					/**< IPv6 protocol options. */
+#define IOC_IPV6_MULTICAST_1		0x00800000   /**< IPv6 Multicast. */
+#define IOC_IPV6_UNICAST_2		0x00400000
+					/**< Tunneled IPv6 - Unicast. */
+#define IOC_IPV6_MULTICAST_2		0x00200000
+					/**< Tunneled IPv6 - Multicast. */
+
+#define IOC_IPV6_FRAG_1		0x00000004   /**< IPV6 reassembly option.
+			IPV6 Reassembly manipulation requires network
+			environment with IPV6 header and IPV6_FRAG_1 option  */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+typedef ioc_protocol_opt_t   ioc_capwap_protocol_opt_t;
+					/**< CAPWAP protocol options. */
+#define CAPWAP_FRAG_1		0x00000008  /**< CAPWAP reassembly option.
+			CAPWAP Reassembly manipulation requires network
+			environment with CAPWAP header and CAPWAP_FRAG_1 option;
+			in case where fragment found, the fragment-extension offset
+			may be found at 'shim2' (in parser-result). */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+
+/* @} */
+
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_MAX_HDR_SIZE		256
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_DSCP_TO_VLAN_TRANS	64
+/**
+ @Collection	A set of definitions to support Header Manipulation selection.
+*/
+typedef uint32_t			ioc_hdr_manip_flags_t;
+	/**< A general type to define a HMan update command flags. */
+
+typedef ioc_hdr_manip_flags_t	ioc_ipv4_hdr_manip_update_flags_t;
+	/**< IPv4 protocol HMan update command flags. */
+
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV4_TOS	0x80000000
+			/**< update TOS with the given value ('tos' field
+			of ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv4_t) */
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV4_ID	0x40000000
+			/**< update IP ID with the given value ('id' field
+			of ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv4_t) */
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV4_TTL	0x20000000	/**< Decrement TTL by 1 */
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV4_SRC	0x10000000
+		/**< update IP source address with the given value
+		('src' field of ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv4_t) */
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV4_DST	0x08000000
+		/**< update IP destination address with the given value
+		('dst' field of ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv4_t) */
+
+typedef ioc_hdr_manip_flags_t	ioc_ipv6_hdr_manip_update_flags_t;
+			/**< IPv6 protocol HMan update command flags. */
+
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV6_TC	0x80000000
+	/**< update Traffic Class address with the given value
+	('traffic_class' field of ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv6_t) */
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV6_HL	0x40000000	/**< Decrement Hop Limit by 1 */
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV6_SRC	0x20000000
+		/**< update IP source address with the given value
+		('src' field of ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv6_t) */
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV6_DST	0x10000000
+		/**< update IP destination address with the given value
+		('dst' field of ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv6_t) */
+
+typedef ioc_hdr_manip_flags_t	ioc_tcp_udp_hdr_manip_update_flags_t;
+		/**< TCP/UDP protocol HMan update command flags. */
+
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_TCP_UDP_SRC	0x80000000
+		/**< update TCP/UDP source address with the given value
+		('src' field of ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_tcp_udp_t) */
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_TCP_UDP_DST	0x40000000
+		/**< update TCP/UDP destination address with the given value
+		('dst' field of ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_tcp_udp_t) */
+#define IOC_HDR_MANIP_TCP_UDP_CHECKSUM  0x20000000
+		/**< update TCP/UDP checksum */
+
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Description   A type used for returning the order of the key extraction.
+		each value in this array represents the index of the extraction
+		command as defined by the user in the initialization extraction
+		array. The valid size of this array is the user define number of
+		extractions required (also marked by the second '0' in this array).
+*/
+typedef	uint8_t	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_key_order_t [IOC_FM_PCD_KG_MAX_NUM_OF_EXTRACTS_PER_KEY];
+
+/**
+ @Description   All PCD engines
+		(must match enum e_FmPcdEngine defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_engine {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_INVALID = 0,   /**< Invalid PCD engine */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_DONE,	/**< No PCD Engine indicated */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG,		/**< KeyGen */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_CC,		/**< Coarse Classifier */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR,	/**< Policer */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PRS,	/**< Parser */
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_FR,		/**< Frame Replicator */
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_HASH	/**< Hash Table */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_engine;
+
+/**
+ @Description   An enum for selecting extraction by header types
+		(Must match enum e_FmPcdExtractByHdrType defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_extract_by_hdr_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FROM_HDR,	/**< Extract bytes from header */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FROM_FIELD,/**< Extract bytes from header field */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FULL_FIELD	/**< Extract a full field */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_extract_by_hdr_type;
+
+/**
+ @Description   An enum for selecting extraction source (when it is not the header)
+		(Must match enum e_FmPcdExtractFrom defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_extract_from {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FROM_FRAME_START,
+			/**< KG & CC: Extract from beginning of frame */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FROM_DFLT_VALUE,
+				/**< KG only: Extract from a default value */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FROM_CURR_END_OF_PARSE,
+	/**< KG only: Extract from the point where parsing had finished */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FROM_KEY,	/**< CC only: Field where saved KEY */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FROM_HASH,	/**< CC only: Field where saved HASH */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FROM_PARSE_RESULT,
+				/**< KG & CC: Extract from the parser result */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FROM_ENQ_FQID,
+				/**< KG & CC: Extract from enqueue FQID */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_FROM_FLOW_ID
+				/**< CC only: Field where saved Dequeue FQID */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_extract_from;
+
+/**
+ @Description   An enum for selecting extraction type
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_extract_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_BY_HDR,	/**< Extract according to header */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_EXTRACT_NON_HDR,	/**< Extract from data that is not the header */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_EXTRACT_PORT_PRIVATE_INFO
+			/**< Extract private info as specified by user */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_extract_type;
+
+/**
+ @Description   An enum for selecting a default
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extract_dflt_select {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_DFLT_GBL_0,	/**< Default selection is KG register 0 */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_DFLT_GBL_1,	/**< Default selection is KG register 1 */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_DFLT_PRIVATE_0,	/**< Default selection is a per scheme register 0 */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_DFLT_PRIVATE_1,	/**< Default selection is a per scheme register 1 */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_DFLT_ILLEGAL	/**< Illegal selection */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extract_dflt_select;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type defining all default groups - each group shares
+		a default value, one of four user-initialized values.
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_kg_known_fields_dflt_types {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_MAC_ADDR,		/**< MAC Address */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_TCI,			/**< TCI field */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_ENET_TYPE,		/**< ENET Type */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_PPP_SESSION_ID,	/**< PPP Session id */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_PPP_PROTOCOL_ID,	/**< PPP Protocol id */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_MPLS_LABEL,		/**< MPLS label */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_IP_ADDR,		/**< IP addr */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_PROTOCOL_TYPE,	/**< Protocol type */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_IP_TOS_TC,		/**< TOS or TC */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_IPV6_FLOW_LABEL,	/**< IPV6 flow label */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_IPSEC_SPI,		/**< IPSEC SPI */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_L4_PORT,		/**< L4 Port */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_TCP_FLAG,		/**< TCP Flag */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_GENERIC_FROM_DATA,	/**< grouping implemented by SW,
+					any data extraction that is not the full
+					field described above  */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_GENERIC_FROM_DATA_NO_V, /**< grouping implemented by SW,
+				any data extraction without validation */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_GENERIC_NOT_FROM_DATA   /**< grouping implemented by SW,
+					extraction from parser result or
+					direct use of default value  */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_known_fields_dflt_types;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for defining header index for scenarios with
+		multiple (tunneled) headers
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_index {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_HDR_INDEX_NONE	=   0,
+				/**< used when multiple headers not used, also
+					to specify regular IP (not tunneled). */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_HDR_INDEX_1,/**< may be used for VLAN, MPLS, tunneled IP */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_HDR_INDEX_2,/**< may be used for MPLS, tunneled IP */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_HDR_INDEX_3,/**< may be used for MPLS */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_HDR_INDEX_LAST =   0xFF /**< may be used for VLAN, MPLS */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_index;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting the policer profile functional type
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_profile_type_selection {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_PORT_PRIVATE,		/**< Port dedicated profile */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_SHARED	/**< Shared profile (shared within partition) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_profile_type_selection;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting the policer profile algorithm
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_algorithm_selection {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_PASS_THROUGH, /**< Policer pass through */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_RFC_2698,	/**< Policer algorithm RFC 2698 */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_RFC_4115	/**< Policer algorithm RFC 4115 */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_algorithm_selection;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting a policer profile color mode
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_color_mode {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_COLOR_BLIND,  /**< Color blind */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_COLOR_AWARE   /**< Color aware */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_color_mode;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting a policer profile color
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_color {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_GREEN,	/**< Green */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_YELLOW,   /**< Yellow */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_RED,	/**< Red */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_OVERRIDE  /**< Color override */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_color;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting the policer profile packet frame length selector
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_frame_length_select {
+  e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_L2_FRM_LEN,	/**< L2 frame length */
+  e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_L3_FRM_LEN,	/**< L3 frame length */
+  e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_L4_FRM_LEN,	/**< L4 frame length */
+  e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_FULL_FRM_LEN	/**< Full frame length */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_frame_length_select;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting roll-back frame
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_roll_back_frame_select {
+  e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_ROLLBACK_L2_FRM_LEN,	/**< Rollback L2 frame length */
+  e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_ROLLBACK_FULL_FRM_LEN   /**< Rollback Full frame length */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_roll_back_frame_select;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting the policer profile packet or byte mode
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_rate_mode {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_BYTE_MODE,	/**< Byte mode */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_PACKET_MODE   /**< Packet mode */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_rate_mode;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for defining action of frame
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_done_action {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_ENQ_FRAME = 0,	/**< Enqueue frame */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_DROP_FRAME	/**< Drop frame */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_done_action;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting the policer counter
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_counters {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_PROFILE_GREEN_PACKET_TOTAL_COUNTER,	/**< Green packets counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_PROFILE_YELLOW_PACKET_TOTAL_COUNTER,	/**< Yellow packets counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_PROFILE_RED_PACKET_TOTAL_COUNTER,	/**< Red packets counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_PROFILE_RECOLOURED_YELLOW_PACKET_TOTAL_COUNTER, /**< Recolored yellow packets counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_PROFILE_RECOLOURED_RED_PACKET_TOTAL_COUNTER	/**< Recolored red packets counter */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_counters;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting the PCD action after extraction
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_action {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_ACTION_NONE,		/**< NONE  */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_ACTION_EXACT_MATCH,	/**< Exact match on the selected extraction*/
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_ACTION_INDEXED_LOOKUP	/**< Indexed lookup on the selected extraction*/
+} ioc_fm_pcd_action;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting type of insert manipulation
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_GENERIC,	/**< Insert according to offset & size */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR,	/**< Insert according to protocol */
+#if (defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT) && (DPAA_VERSION == 10))
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_TEMPLATE	/**< Insert template to start of frame */
+#endif /* FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_type;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting type of remove manipulation
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_RMV_GENERIC,	/**< Remove according to offset & size */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_RMV_BY_HDR	/**< Remove according to offset & size */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_type;
+
+/**
+ @Description   An enum for selecting specific L2 fields removal
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_specific_l2 {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_RMV_ETHERNET,		/**< Ethernet/802.3 MAC */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_RMV_STACKED_QTAGS,	/**< stacked QTags */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_RMV_ETHERNET_AND_MPLS,
+					/**< MPLS and Ethernet/802.3 MAC header unitl
+					the header which follows the MPLS header */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_RMV_MPLS	/**< Remove MPLS header (Unlimited MPLS labels) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_specific_l2;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting specific fields updates
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_VLAN,	/**< VLAN updates */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_IPV4,	/**< IPV4 updates */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_IPV6,	/**< IPV6 updates */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_TCP_UDP,	/**< TCP_UDP updates */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_type;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting VLAN updates
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_vlan {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_VLAN_VPRI,	/**< Replace VPri of outer most VLAN tag. */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_DSCP_TO_VLAN	/**< DSCP to VLAN priority bits translation */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_vlan;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting specific L2 fields removal
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_specific_l2 {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_INSRT_MPLS	/**< Insert MPLS header (Unlimited MPLS labels) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_specific_l2;
+
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting QoS mapping mode
+
+		Note: In all cases except 'e_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_QOS_MAPPING_NONE'
+		User should instruct the port to read the parser-result
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_qos_mapping_mode {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_QOS_MAPPING_NONE = 0, /**< No mapping, QoS field will not be changed */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_QOS_MAPPING_AS_IS, /**< QoS field will be overwritten by the last byte in the parser-result. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_qos_mapping_mode;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting QoS source
+
+		Note: In all cases except 'e_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_QOS_SRC_NONE'
+		User should left room for the parser-result on input/output buffer
+		and instruct the port to read/write the parser-result to the buffer (RPD should be set)
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_qos_src {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_QOS_SRC_NONE = 0, /**< TODO */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_QOS_SRC_USER_DEFINED, /**< QoS will be taken from the last byte in the parser-result. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_qos_src;
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting type of header insertion
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_by_hdr_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR_SPECIFIC_L2,/**< Specific L2 fields insertion */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR_IP,		/**< IP insertion */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR_UDP,		/**< UDP insertion */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR_UDP_LITE,	/**< UDP lite insertion */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR_CAPWAP		/**< CAPWAP insertion */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_by_hdr_type;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting specific custom command
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_CUSTOM_IP_REPLACE,	/**< Replace IPv4/IPv6 */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_CUSTOM_GEN_FIELD_REPLACE,
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_type;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting specific custom command
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_ip_replace {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_CUSTOM_REPLACE_IPV4_BY_IPV6, /**< Replace IPv4 by IPv6 */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_CUSTOM_REPLACE_IPV6_BY_IPV4  /**< Replace IPv6 by IPv4 */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_ip_replace;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting type of header removal
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_by_hdr_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_RMV_BY_HDR_SPECIFIC_L2 = 0,/**< Specific L2 fields removal */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_RMV_BY_HDR_CAPWAP,		/**< CAPWAP removal */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) || ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT))
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_RMV_BY_HDR_FROM_START,/**< Locate from data that is not the header */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) || ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT)) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_by_hdr_type;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting type of timeout mode
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_time_out_mode {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_TIME_OUT_BETWEEN_FRAMES,
+					/**< Limits the time of the reassembly process
+						from the first fragment to the last */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_TIME_OUT_BETWEEN_FRAG
+					/**< Limits the time of receiving the fragment */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_time_out_mode;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting type of WaysNumber mode
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_ways_number {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_ONE_WAY_HASH = 1,	/**< One way hash	*/
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_TWO_WAYS_HASH,	/**< Two ways hash   */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_THREE_WAYS_HASH,	/**< Three ways hash */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_FOUR_WAYS_HASH,	/**< Four ways hash  */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_FIVE_WAYS_HASH,	/**< Five ways hash  */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_SIX_WAYS_HASH,	/**< Six ways hash   */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_SEVEN_WAYS_HASH,	/**< Seven ways hash */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_EIGHT_WAYS_HASH	/**< Eight ways hash */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_ways_number;
+
+#if (defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT) && (DPAA_VERSION == 10))
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting type of statistics mode
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_stats {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_STATS_PER_FLOWID = 0	/**< Flow ID is used as index for getting statistics */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_stats;
+#endif
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting manipulation type
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR = 0,		/**< Header manipulation */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_REASSEM,		/**< Reassembly */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_FRAG,		/**< Fragmentation */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_SPECIAL_OFFLOAD	/**< Special Offloading */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_type;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting type of statistics mode
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_cc_stats_mode {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_NONE = 0,	/**< No statistics support */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_FRAME,	/**< Frame count statistics */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_BYTE_AND_FRAME,  /**< Byte and frame count statistics */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_RMON,/**< Byte and frame length range count statistics */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_stats_mode;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for determining the action in case an IP packet
+		is larger than MTU but its DF (Don't Fragment) bit is set.
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_dont_frag_action {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_DISCARD_PACKET = 0,	/**< Discard packet */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_ENQ_TO_ERR_Q_OR_DISCARD_PACKET =  e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_DISCARD_PACKET,
+					/**< Obsolete, cannot enqueue to error queue;
+						In practice, selects to discard packets;
+						Will be removed in the future */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_FRAGMENT_PACKECT,	/**< Fragment packet and continue normal processing */
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_CONTINUE_WITHOUT_FRAG	/**< Continue normal processing without fragmenting the packet */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_dont_frag_action;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting type of special offload manipulation
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_type {
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_SPECIAL_OFFLOAD_IPSEC,/**< IPSec offload manipulation */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_SPECIAL_OFFLOAD_CAPWAP/**< CAPWAP offload manipulation */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_type;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A union of protocol dependent special options
+		(Must match union u_FmPcdHdrProtocolOpt defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef union ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_protocol_opt_u {
+	ioc_eth_protocol_opt_t	eth_opt;	/**< Ethernet options */
+	ioc_vlan_protocol_opt_t   vlan_opt;	/**< Vlan options */
+	ioc_mpls_protocol_opt_t   mpls_opt;	/**< MPLS options */
+	ioc_ipv4_protocol_opt_t   ipv4_opt;	/**< IPv4 options */
+	ioc_ipv6_protocol_opt_t   ipv6_opt;	/**< IPv6 options */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	ioc_capwap_protocol_opt_t capwap_opt;  /**< CAPWAP options */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_protocol_opt_u;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A union holding all known protocol fields
+*/
+typedef union ioc_fm_pcd_fields_u {
+	ioc_header_field_eth_t		eth;		/**< Ethernet*/
+	ioc_header_field_vlan_t		vlan;	/**< VLAN*/
+	ioc_header_field_llc_snap_t	llc_snap;	/**< LLC SNAP*/
+	ioc_header_field_pppoe_t		pppoe;	/**< PPPoE*/
+	ioc_header_field_mpls_t		mpls;	/**< MPLS*/
+	ioc_header_field_ip_t		ip;		/**< IP	*/
+	ioc_header_field_ipv4_t		ipv4;	/**< IPv4*/
+	ioc_header_field_ipv6_t		ipv6;	/**< IPv6*/
+	ioc_header_field_udp_t		udp;		/**< UDP	*/
+	ioc_header_field_udp_lite_t	udp_lite;	/**< UDP_Lite*/
+	ioc_header_field_tcp_t		tcp;		/**< TCP	*/
+	ioc_header_field_sctp_t		sctp;	/**< SCTP*/
+	ioc_header_field_dccp_t		dccp;	/**< DCCP*/
+	ioc_header_field_gre_t		gre;		/**< GRE	*/
+	ioc_header_field_minencap_t	minencap;/**< Minimal Encapsulation  */
+	ioc_header_field_ipsec_ah_t	ipsec_ah;	/**< IPSec AH*/
+	ioc_header_field_ipsec_esp_t	ipsec_esp;	/**< IPSec ESP*/
+	ioc_header_field_udp_encap_esp_t	udp_encap_esp;
+						/**< UDP Encapsulation ESP  */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_fields_u;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header extraction for key generation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_from_hdr_t {
+	uint8_t		size;	/**< Size in byte */
+	uint8_t		offset;	/**< Byte offset */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_from_hdr_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining field extraction for key generation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_from_field_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_fields_u field;	/**< Field selection */
+	uint8_t		size;	/**< Size in byte */
+	uint8_t		offset;	/**< Byte offset */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_from_field_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining a single network environment unit
+		A distinction unit should be defined if it will later be used
+		by one or more PCD engines to distinguish between flows.
+		(Must match struct t_FmPcdDistinctionUnit defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_distinction_unit_t {
+	struct {
+	ioc_net_header_type	hdr;/**< One of the headers supported by the FM */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_protocol_opt_u  opt;	/**< Select only one option! */
+	} hdrs[IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_INTERCHANGEABLE_HDRS];
+} ioc_fm_pcd_distinction_unit_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining all different distinction units supported
+		by a specific PCD Network Environment Characteristics module.
+
+		Each unit represent a protocol or a group of protocols that may
+		be used later by the different PCD engines to distinguish between flows.
+		(Must match struct t_FmPcdNetEnvParams defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+struct fm_pcd_net_env_params_t {
+	uint8_t num_of_distinction_units;
+	/**< Number of different units to be identified */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_distinction_unit_t
+		units[IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_DISTINCTION_UNITS];
+	/**< An array of num_of_distinction_units of the
+		different units to be identified */
+};
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_net_env_params_t {
+	struct fm_pcd_net_env_params_t param;
+	void				*id;
+		/**< Output parameter; Returns the net-env Id to be used */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_net_env_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining a single extraction action when
+		creating a key
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_extract_entry_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_extract_type		type;	/**< Extraction type select */
+	union {
+	struct {
+		ioc_net_header_type	hdr;		/**< Header selection */
+		bool			ignore_protocol_validation;
+						/**< Ignore protocol validation */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_index	hdr_index;
+					/**< Relevant only for MPLS, VLAN and tunneled
+						IP. Otherwise should be cleared.*/
+		ioc_fm_pcd_extract_by_hdr_type  type;
+					/**< Header extraction type select */
+		union {
+		ioc_fm_pcd_from_hdr_t	from_hdr;
+					/**< Extract bytes from header parameters */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_from_field_t	from_field;
+					/**< Extract bytes from field parameters */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_fields_u	full_field;
+					/**< Extract full field parameters */
+		} extract_by_hdr_type;
+	} extract_by_hdr;/**< Used when type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_EXTRACT_BY_HDR */
+	struct {
+		ioc_fm_pcd_extract_from	src;	/**< Non-header extraction source */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_action	action;	/**< Relevant for CC Only */
+		uint16_t	ic_indx_mask;   /**< Relevant only for CC when
+				action = e_IOC_FM_PCD_ACTION_INDEXED_LOOKUP;
+				Note that the number of bits that are set within
+				this mask must be log2 of the CC-node 'num_of_keys'.
+				Note that the mask cannot be set on the lower bits. */
+		uint8_t			offset;	/**< Byte offset */
+		uint8_t			size;	/**< Size in bytes */
+	} extract_non_hdr;
+		/**< Used when type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_EXTRACT_NON_HDR */
+	} extract_params;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_extract_entry_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining masks for each extracted
+		field in the key.
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extract_mask_t {
+	uint8_t		extract_array_index;	/**< Index in the extraction array, as initialized by user */
+	uint8_t		offset;			/**< Byte offset */
+	uint8_t		mask;			/**< A byte mask (selected bits will be ignored) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extract_mask_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining default selection per groups
+		of fields
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extract_dflt_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_known_fields_dflt_types	type;	/**< Default type select*/
+	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extract_dflt_select	dflt_select;   /**< Default register select */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extract_dflt_t;
+
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining all parameters needed for
+		generation a key and using a hash function
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_key_extract_and_hash_params_t {
+	uint32_t				private_dflt0;	/**< Scheme default register 0 */
+	uint32_t				private_dflt1;	/**< Scheme default register 1 */
+	uint8_t				num_of_used_extracts;   /**< defines the valid size of the following array */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_extract_entry_t	extract_array[IOC_FM_PCD_KG_MAX_NUM_OF_EXTRACTS_PER_KEY];
+					/**< An array of extraction definitions. */
+	uint8_t				num_of_used_dflts;	/**< defines the valid size of the following array */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extract_dflt_t	dflts[IOC_FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_DEFAULT_GROUPS];
+			/**< For each extraction used in this scheme, specify the required
+			default register to be used when header is not found.
+			types not specified in this array will get undefined value. */
+	uint8_t				num_of_used_masks;	/**< Defines the valid size of the following array */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extract_mask_t	masks[IOC_FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_EXTRACT_MASKS];
+	uint8_t				hash_shift;		/**< Hash result right shift.
+					Selects the 24 bits out of the 64 hash result.
+					0 means using the 24 LSB's, otherwise use the
+					24 LSB's after shifting right.*/
+	uint32_t				hash_distribution_num_of_fqids; /**< must be > 1 and a power of 2. Represents the range
+					of queues for the key and hash functionality */
+	uint8_t				hash_distribution_fqids_shift;  /**< selects the FQID bits that will be effected by the hash */
+	bool				symmetric_hash;	/**< TRUE to generate the same hash for frames with swapped source and
+			destination fields on all layers; If TRUE, driver will check that for
+			all layers, if SRC extraction is selected, DST extraction must also be
+			selected, and vice versa. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_key_extract_and_hash_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure of parameters for defining a single
+		Qid mask (extracted OR).
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extracted_or_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_extract_type		type;		/**< Extraction type select */
+	union {
+	struct {						/**< used when type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_EXTRACT_BY_HDR */
+		ioc_net_header_type		hdr;
+		ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_index		hdr_index;	/**< Relevant only for MPLS, VLAN and tunneled
+								IP. Otherwise should be cleared.*/
+		bool				ignore_protocol_validation;
+
+	} extract_by_hdr;
+	ioc_fm_pcd_extract_from		src;		/**< used when type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG_EXTRACT_NON_HDR */
+	} extract_params;
+	uint8_t				extraction_offset;  /**< Offset for extraction */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extract_dflt_select	dflt_value;	/**< Select register from which extraction is taken if
+								field not found */
+	uint8_t				mask;		/**< Mask LSB byte of extraction (specified bits are ignored) */
+	uint8_t			bit_offset_in_fqid;
+		/**< 0-31, Selects which bits of the 24 FQID bits to effect using
+		the extracted byte; Assume byte is placed as the 8 MSB's in
+		a 32 bit word where the lower bits
+		are the FQID; i.e if bitOffsetInFqid=1 than its LSB
+		will effect the FQID MSB, if bitOffsetInFqid=24 than the
+		extracted byte will effect the 8 LSB's of the FQID,
+		if bitOffsetInFqid=31 than the byte's MSB will effect
+		the FQID's LSB; 0 means - no effect on FQID;
+		Note that one, and only one of
+		bitOffsetInFqid or bitOffsetInPlcrProfile must be set (i.e,
+		extracted byte must effect either FQID or Policer profile).*/
+	uint8_t			bit_offset_in_plcr_profile;
+	/**< 0-15, Selects which bits of the 8 policer profile id bits to
+		effect using the extracted byte; Assume byte is placed
+		as the 8 MSB's in a 16 bit word where the lower bits
+		are the policer profile id; i.e if bitOffsetInPlcrProfile=1
+		than its LSB will effect the profile MSB, if bitOffsetInFqid=8
+		than the extracted byte will effect the whole policer profile id,
+		if bitOffsetInFqid=15 than the byte's MSB will effect
+		the Policer Profile id's LSB;
+		0 means - no effect on policer profile; Note that one, and only one of
+		bitOffsetInFqid or bitOffsetInPlcrProfile must be set (i.e,
+		extracted byte must effect either FQID or Policer profile).*/
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extracted_or_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for configuring scheme counter
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_counter_t {
+	bool	update;	/**< FALSE to keep the current counter state
+				and continue from that point, TRUE to update/reset
+				the counter when the scheme is written. */
+	uint32_t	value;	/**< If update=TRUE, this value will be written into the
+				counter; clear this field to reset the counter. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_counter_t;
+
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for retrieving FMKG_SE_SPC
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_spc_t {
+	uint32_t	val;	/**< return value */
+	void	*id;	/**< scheme handle */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_spc_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining policer profile parameters as required by keygen
+		(when policer is the next engine after this scheme).
+		(Must match struct t_FmPcdKgPlcrProfile defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_plcr_profile_t {
+	bool		shared_profile;		/**< TRUE if this profile is shared between ports
+				(i.e. managed by master partition) May not be TRUE
+				if profile is after Coarse Classification*/
+	bool		direct;			/**< If TRUE, direct_relative_profile_id only selects the profile
+				id, if FALSE fqid_offset_relative_profile_id_base is used
+				together with fqid_offset_shift and num_of_profiles
+				parameters, to define a range of profiles from
+				which the KeyGen result will determine the
+				destination policer profile.  */
+	union {
+	uint16_t	direct_relative_profile_id;	/**< Used if 'direct' is TRUE, to select policer profile.
+		This parameter should indicate the policer profile offset within the port's
+		policer profiles or SHARED window. */
+	struct {
+		uint8_t	fqid_offset_shift;		/**< Shift of KG results without the qid base */
+		uint8_t	fqid_offset_relative_profile_id_base;
+			/**< OR of KG results without the qid base
+				This parameter should indicate the policer profile
+				offset within the port's policer profiles window
+				or SHARED window depends on shared_profile */
+		uint8_t	num_of_profiles;		/**< Range of profiles starting at base */
+	} indirect_profile;				/**< Indirect profile parameters */
+	} profile_select;				/**< Direct/indirect profile selection and parameters */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_plcr_profile_t;
+
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for configuring a storage profile for a KeyGen scheme.
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_storage_profile_t {
+	bool	direct;
+	/**< If TRUE, directRelativeProfileId only selects the
+		profile id;
+		If FALSE, fqidOffsetRelativeProfileIdBase is used
+		together with fqidOffsetShift and numOfProfiles
+		parameters to define a range of profiles from which
+		the KeyGen result will determine the destination
+		storage profile. */
+	union {
+		uint16_t	direct_relative_profileId;
+		/**< Used when 'direct' is TRUE, to select a storage profile;
+			should indicate the storage profile offset within the
+			port's storage profiles window. */
+		struct {
+			uint8_t	fqid_offset_shift;
+			/**< Shift of KeyGen results without the FQID base */
+			uint8_t	fqid_offset_relative_profile_id_base;
+			/**< OR of KeyGen results without the FQID base;
+				should indicate the policer profile offset within the
+				port's storage profiles window. */
+			uint8_t	num_of_profiles;
+			/**< Range of profiles starting at base. */
+		} indirect_profile;
+		/**< Indirect profile parameters. */
+	} profile_select;
+	/**< Direct/indirect profile selection and parameters. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_storage_profile_t;
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining CC as the next engine after KeyGen
+		(Must match struct t_FmPcdKgCc defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_cc_t {
+	void				*tree_id;	/**< CC Tree id */
+	uint8_t			grp_id;		/**< CC group id within the CC tree */
+	bool				plcr_next;	/**< TRUE if after CC, in case of data frame,
+								policing is required. */
+	bool				bypass_plcr_profile_generation;
+			/**< TRUE to bypass KeyGen policer profile generation;
+				selected profile is the one set at port initialization. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_plcr_profile_t	plcr_profile;	/**< Valid only if plcr_next = TRUE and
+					bypass_plcr_profile_generation = FALSE */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_cc_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining initializing a KeyGen scheme
+		(Must match struct t_FmPcdKgSchemeParams defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+struct fm_pcd_kg_scheme_params_t {
+	bool modify;	/**< TRUE to change an existing scheme */
+	union {
+		uint8_t relative_scheme_id;
+		/**< if modify=FALSE: partition-relative scheme id */
+		void *scheme_id;
+		/**< if modify=TRUE: the id of an existing scheme */
+	} scm_id;
+	bool always_direct;  /**< This scheme is reached only directly,
+						i.e. no need for match vector;
+						KeyGen will ignore it when matching */
+	struct {
+		/**< HL relevant only if always_direct=FALSE */
+		void *net_env_id;
+		/**< The id of the Network Environment as returned
+			by FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsSet() */
+		uint8_t num_of_distinction_units;
+		/**< Number of NetEnv units listed in unit_ids array */
+		uint8_t unit_ids[IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_DISTINCTION_UNITS];
+		/**< Indexes as passed to SetNetEnvCharacteristics (?) array */
+	} net_env_params;
+	bool use_hash;
+	/**< use the KG Hash functionality */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_key_extract_and_hash_params_t key_extract_and_hash_params;
+	/**< used only if useHash = TRUE */
+	bool bypass_fqid_generation;
+	/**< Normally - FALSE, TRUE to avoid FQID update in the IC;
+		In such a case FQID after KG will be the default FQID
+		defined for the relevant port, or the FQID defined by CC
+		in cases where CC was the previous engine. */
+	uint32_t base_fqid;
+	/**< Base FQID; Relevant only if bypass_fqid_generation = FALSE;
+		If hash is used and an even distribution is expected
+		according to hash_distribution_num_of_fqids, base_fqid must be aligned to
+		hash_distribution_num_of_fqids. */
+	uint8_t num_of_used_extracted_ors;
+	/**< Number of FQID masks listed in extracted_ors array*/
+	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_extracted_or_params_t
+		extracted_ors[IOC_FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_GENERIC_REGS];
+	/**< IOC_FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_GENERIC_REGS
+		registers are shared between qid_masks
+		functionality and some of the extraction
+		actions; Normally only some will be used
+		for qid_mask. Driver will return error if
+		resource is full at initialization time. */
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+	bool override_storage_profile;
+	/**< TRUE if KeyGen override previously decided storage profile */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_storage_profile_t storage_profile;
+	/**< Used when override_storage_profile=TRUE */
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_engine next_engine;
+	/**< may be BMI, PLCR or CC */
+	union {
+		/**< depends on nextEngine */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_done_action done_action;
+		/**< Used when next engine is BMI (done) */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_kg_plcr_profile_t plcr_profile;
+		/**< Used when next engine is PLCR */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_kg_cc_t cc;
+		/**< Used when next engine is CC */
+	} kg_next_engine_params;
+	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_counter_t scheme_counter;
+	/**< A structure of parameters for updating the scheme counter */
+};
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_params_t {
+	struct fm_pcd_kg_scheme_params_t param;
+	void *id;
+	/**< Returns the scheme Id to be used */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Collection
+*/
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MAX_NUM_OF_FLR	10  /* Maximal supported number of frame length ranges */
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_FLR_SIZE		2   /* Size in bytes of a frame length range limit */
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+#define IOC_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_FLR_COUNT_SIZE	4   /* Size in bytes of a frame length range counter */
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining CC as the next engine after a CC node.
+		(Must match struct t_FmPcdCcNextCcParams defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_cc_params_t {
+	void	*cc_node_id;				/**< Id of the next CC node */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_cc_params_t;
+
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining Frame Replicator as the next engine after a CC node.
+		(Must match struct t_FmPcdCcNextFrParams defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_fr_params_t {
+	void *frm_replic_id;		/**< The id of the next frame replicator group */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_fr_params_t;
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining PLCR params when PLCR is the
+		next engine after a CC node
+		(Must match struct t_FmPcdCcNextPlcrParams defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_plcr_params_t {
+	bool	override_params;		/**< TRUE if CC override previously decided parameters*/
+	bool	shared_profile;		/**< Relevant only if overrideParams=TRUE:
+						TRUE if this profile is shared between ports */
+	uint16_t	new_relative_profile_id;	/**< Relevant only if overrideParams=TRUE:
+				(otherwise profile id is taken from keygen);
+				This parameter should indicate the policer
+				profile offset within the port's
+				policer profiles or from SHARED window.*/
+	uint32_t	new_fqid;		/**< Relevant only if overrideParams=TRUE:
+				FQID for enquing the frame;
+				In earlier chips  if policer next engine is KEYGEN,
+				this parameter can be 0, because the KEYGEN always decides
+				the enqueue FQID.*/
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+	uint8_t	new_relative_storage_profile_id;
+						/**< Indicates the relative storage profile offset within
+						the port's storage profiles window;
+						Relevant only if the port was configured with VSP. */
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_plcr_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining enqueue params when BMI is the
+		next engine after a CC node
+		(Must match struct t_FmPcdCcNextEnqueueParams defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_enqueue_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_done_action  action;	/**< Action - when next engine is BMI (done) */
+	bool			override_fqid;  /**< TRUE if CC override previously decided fqid and vspid,
+						relevant if action = e_IOC_FM_PCD_ENQ_FRAME */
+	uint32_t		new_fqid;	/**< Valid if overrideFqid=TRUE, FQID for enqueuing the frame
+				(otherwise FQID is taken from KeyGen),
+				relevant if action = e_IOC_FM_PCD_ENQ_FRAME*/
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+	uint8_t		new_relative_storage_profile_id;
+			/**< Valid if override_fqid=TRUE, Indicates the relative virtual
+			storage profile offset within the port's storage profiles
+			window; Relevant only if the port was configured with VSP. */
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_enqueue_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining KG params when KG is the next engine after a CC node
+		(Must match struct t_FmPcdCcNextKgParams defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_kg_params_t {
+	bool	override_fqid;		/**< TRUE if CC override previously decided fqid and vspid,
+						Note - this parameters are irrelevant for earlier chips */
+	uint32_t   new_fqid;			/**< Valid if overrideFqid=TRUE, FQID for enqueuing the frame
+				(otherwise FQID is taken from KeyGen),
+				Note - this parameters are irrelevant for earlier chips */
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+	uint8_t		new_relative_storage_profile_id;
+			/**< Valid if override_fqid=TRUE, Indicates the relative virtual
+			storage profile offset within the port's storage profiles
+			window; Relevant only if the port was configured with VSP. */
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+	void	*p_direct_scheme;		/**< Direct scheme id to go to. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_kg_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining the next engine after a CC node.
+		(Must match struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_engine			next_engine;	/**< User has to initialize parameters
+								according to nextEngine definition */
+	union {
+		ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_cc_params_t	cc_params;	/**< Parameters in case next engine is CC */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_plcr_params_t	plcr_params;	/**< Parameters in case next engine is PLCR */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_enqueue_params_t enqueue_params; /**< Parameters in case next engine is BMI */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_kg_params_t	kg_params;	/**< Parameters in case next engine is KG */
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+		ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_fr_params_t	fr_params;	/**< Parameters in case next engine is FR */
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+	} params;						/**< Union used for all the next-engine parameters options */
+	void					*manip_id;	/**< Handle to Manipulation object.
+								Relevant if next engine is of type result
+								(e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR, e_IOC_FM_PCD_KG, e_IOC_FM_PCD_DONE) */
+	bool					statistics_en;  /**< If TRUE, statistics counters are incremented
+								for each frame passing through this
+								Coarse Classification entry. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining a single CC key
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t {
+	uint8_t		*p_key;	/**< pointer to the key of the size defined in key_size */
+	uint8_t		*p_mask;	/**< pointer to the Mask per key of the size defined
+						in keySize. p_key and p_mask (if defined) has to be
+						of the same size defined in the key_size */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t  cc_next_engine_params;
+						/**< parameters for the next for the defined Key in p_key */
+
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining CC keys parameters
+		The driver supports two methods for CC node allocation: dynamic and static.
+		Static mode was created in order to prevent runtime alloc/free
+		of FMan memory (MURAM), which may cause fragmentation; in this mode,
+		the driver automatically allocates the memory according to
+		'max_num_of_keys' parameter. The driver calculates the maximal memory
+		size that may be used for this CC-Node taking into consideration
+		'mask_support' and 'statistics_mode' parameters.
+		When 'action' = e_IOC_FM_PCD_ACTION_INDEXED_LOOKUP in the extraction
+		parameters of this node, 'max_num_of_keys' must be equal to 'num_of_keys'.
+		In dynamic mode, 'max_num_of_keys' must be zero. At initialization,
+		all required structures are allocated according to 'num_of_keys'
+		parameter. During runtime modification, these structures are
+		re-allocated according to the updated number of keys.
+
+		Please note that 'action' and 'ic_indx_mask' mentioned in the
+		specific parameter explanations are passed in the extraction
+		parameters of the node (fields of extractccparams.extractnonhdr).
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_keys_params_t {
+	uint16_t			max_num_of_keys;/**< Maximum number of keys that will (ever) be used in this CC-Node;
+							A value of zero may be used for dynamic memory allocation. */
+	bool			mask_support;   /**< This parameter is relevant only if a node is initialized with
+	action = e_IOC_FM_PCD_ACTION_EXACT_MATCH and max_num_of_keys > 0;
+	Should be TRUE to reserve table memory for key masks, even if
+	initial keys do not contain masks, or if the node was initialized
+	as 'empty' (without keys); this will allow user to add keys with
+	masks at runtime. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_stats_mode	statistics_mode;/**< Determines the supported statistics mode for all node's keys.
+	To enable statistics gathering, statistics should be enabled per
+	every key, using 'statistics_en' in next engine parameters structure
+	of that key;
+	If 'max_num_of_keys' is set, all required structures will be
+	preallocated for all keys. */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	uint16_t			frame_length_ranges[IOC_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MAX_NUM_OF_FLR];
+		/**< Relevant only for 'RMON' statistics mode
+			(this feature is supported only on B4860 device);
+			Holds a list of programmable thresholds. For each received frame,
+			its length in bytes is examined against these range thresholds and
+			the appropriate counter is incremented by 1. For example, to belong
+			to range i, the following should hold:
+			range i-1 threshold < frame length <= range i threshold
+			Each range threshold must be larger then its preceding range
+			threshold. Last range threshold must be 0xFFFF. */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+	uint16_t			num_of_keys;	/**< Number of initial keys;
+		Note that in case of 'action' = e_IOC_FM_PCD_ACTION_INDEXED_LOOKUP,
+		this field should be power-of-2 of the number of bits that are
+		set in 'ic_indx_mask'. */
+	uint8_t			key_size;	/**< Size of key - for extraction of type FULL_FIELD, 'key_size' has
+		to be the standard size of the selected key; For other extraction
+		types, 'key_size' has to be as size of extraction; When 'action' =
+		e_IOC_FM_PCD_ACTION_INDEXED_LOOKUP, 'keySize' must be 2. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t  key_params[IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_KEYS];
+	/**< An array with 'num_of_keys' entries, each entry specifies the
+		corresponding key parameters;
+		When 'action' = e_IOC_FM_PCD_ACTION_EXACT_MATCH, this value must not
+		exceed 255 (IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_KEYS-1) as the last entry is saved
+		for the 'miss' entry. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t  cc_next_engine_params_for_miss;
+	/**< Parameters for defining the next engine when a key is not matched;
+		Not relevant if action = e_IOC_FM_PCD_ACTION_INDEXED_LOOKUP. */
+} ioc_keys_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining a CC node
+*/
+struct fm_pcd_cc_node_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_extract_entry_t extract_cc_params;
+	/**< Extraction parameters */
+	ioc_keys_params_t keys_params;
+	/**< Keys definition matching the selected extraction */
+};
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_params_t {
+	struct fm_pcd_cc_node_params_t param;
+	void *id;
+	/**< Output parameter; returns the CC node Id to be used */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining a hash table
+		(Must match struct ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_params_t defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+struct fm_pcd_hash_table_params_t {
+	uint16_t max_num_of_keys;
+	/**< Maximum Number Of Keys that will (ever) be used in this Hash-table */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_stats_mode statistics_mode;
+	/**< If not e_IOC_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_NONE, the required structures for the
+		requested statistics mode will be allocated according to max_num_of_keys. */
+	uint8_t kg_hash_shift;
+	/**< KG-Hash-shift as it was configured in the KG-scheme
+		that leads to this hash-table. */
+	uint16_t hash_res_mask;
+	/**< Mask that will be used on the hash-result;
+		The number-of-sets for this hash will be calculated
+		as (2^(number of bits set in 'hash_res_mask'));
+		The 4 lower bits must be cleared. */
+	uint8_t hash_shift;
+	/**< Byte offset from the beginning of the KeyGen hash result to the
+		2-bytes to be used as hash index. */
+	uint8_t match_key_size;
+	/**< Size of the exact match keys held by the hash buckets */
+
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t cc_next_engine_params_for_miss;
+	/**< Parameters for defining the next engine when a key is not matched */
+};
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_params_t {
+	struct fm_pcd_hash_table_params_t param;
+	void *id;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure with the arguments for the FM_PCD_HashTableAddKey ioctl() call
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_add_key_params_t {
+	void			*p_hash_tbl;
+	uint8_t			key_size;
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t  key_params;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_add_key_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining a CC tree group.
+
+This structure defines a CC group in terms of NetEnv units
+and the action to be taken in each case. The unit_ids list must
+be given in order from low to high indices.
+
+ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t is a list of 2^num_of_distinction_units
+structures where each defines the next action to be taken for
+each units combination. for example:
+num_of_distinction_units = 2
+unit_ids = {1,3}
+next_engine_per_entries_in_grp[0] = ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t for the case that
+					unit 1 - not found; unit 3 - not found;
+next_engine_per_entries_in_grp[1] = ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t for the case that
+					unit 1 - not found; unit 3 - found;
+next_engine_per_entries_in_grp[2] = ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t for the case that
+					unit 1 - found; unit 3 - not found;
+next_engine_per_entries_in_grp[3] = ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t for the case that
+					unit 1 - found; unit 3 - found;
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_grp_params_t {
+	uint8_t				num_of_distinction_units;   /**< Up to 4 */
+	uint8_t				unit_ids[IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_UNITS];
+		/**< Indexes of the units as defined in FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsSet() */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t  next_engine_per_entries_in_grp[IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_ENTRIES_IN_GRP];
+		/**< Maximum entries per group is 16 */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_grp_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining the CC tree groups
+		(Must match struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tree_params_t defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tree_params_t {
+	void				*net_env_id;	/**< Id of the Network Environment as returned
+								by FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsSet() */
+	uint8_t			num_of_groups;  /**< Number of CC groups within the CC tree */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_grp_params_t	fm_pcd_cc_group_params[IOC_FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_GROUPS];
+							/**< Parameters for each group. */
+	void				*id;		/**< Output parameter; Returns the tree Id to be used */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tree_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining policer byte rate
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_byte_rate_mode_param_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_frame_length_select	frame_length_selection;	/**< Frame length selection */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_roll_back_frame_select  roll_back_frame_selection;  /**< relevant option only e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_L2_FRM_LEN,
+								e_IOC_FM_PCD_PLCR_FULL_FRM_LEN */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_byte_rate_mode_param_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining the policer profile (based on
+		RFC-2698 or RFC-4115 attributes).
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_non_passthrough_alg_param_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_rate_mode		rate_mode;			/**< Byte / Packet */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_byte_rate_mode_param_t  byte_mode_param;		/**< Valid for Byte NULL for Packet */
+	uint32_t				committed_info_rate;		/**< KBits/Sec or Packets/Sec */
+	uint32_t				committed_burst_size;	/**< KBits or Packets */
+	uint32_t				peak_or_excess_info_rate;	/**< KBits/Sec or Packets/Sec */
+	uint32_t				peak_or_excess_burst_size;	/**< KBits or Packets */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_non_passthrough_alg_param_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining the next engine after policer
+*/
+typedef union ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_next_engine_params_u {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_done_action	action;		/**< Action - when next engine is BMI (done) */
+	void			*p_profile;	/**< Policer profile handle -  used when next engine
+						is PLCR, must be a SHARED profile */
+	void			*p_direct_scheme;	/**< Direct scheme select - when next engine is Keygen */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_next_engine_params_u;
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_port_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_port_type			port_type;	/**< Type of port for this profile */
+	uint8_t				port_id;		/**< FM-Port id of port for this profile */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_port_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining the policer profile entry
+		(Must match struct ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_params_t defined in fm_pcd_ext.h)
+*/
+struct fm_pcd_plcr_profile_params_t {
+	bool modify;
+	/**< TRUE to change an existing profile */
+	union {
+		struct {
+			ioc_fm_pcd_profile_type_selection profile_type;
+			/**< Type of policer profile */
+			ioc_fm_pcd_port_params_t *p_fm_port;
+			/**< Relevant for per-port profiles only */
+			uint16_t relative_profile_id;
+			/**< Profile id - relative to shared group or to port */
+		} new_params;
+		/**< Use it when modify = FALSE */
+		void *p_profile;
+		/**< A handle to a profile - use it when modify=TRUE */
+	} profile_select;
+	ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_algorithm_selection alg_selection;
+	/**< Profile Algorithm PASS_THROUGH, RFC_2698, RFC_4115 */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_color_mode color_mode;
+	/**< COLOR_BLIND, COLOR_AWARE */
+
+	union {
+		ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_color dflt_color;
+		/**< For Color-Blind Pass-Through mode;
+			the policer will re-color
+			any incoming packet with the default value. */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_color override;
+		/**< For Color-Aware modes; the profile response to a
+			pre-color value of 2'b11. */
+	} color;
+
+	ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_non_passthrough_alg_param_t
+		non_passthrough_alg_param;
+	/**< RFC2698 or RFC4115 parameters */
+
+	ioc_fm_pcd_engine next_engine_on_green;
+	/**< Next engine for green-colored frames */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_next_engine_params_u params_on_green;
+	/**< Next engine parameters for green-colored frames  */
+
+	ioc_fm_pcd_engine next_engine_on_yellow;
+	/**< Next engine for yellow-colored frames */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_next_engine_params_u params_on_yellow;
+	/**< Next engine parameters for yellow-colored frames  */
+
+	ioc_fm_pcd_engine next_engine_on_red;
+	/**< Next engine for red-colored frames */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_next_engine_params_u params_on_red;
+	/**< Next engine parameters for red-colored frames      */
+
+	bool trap_profile_on_flow_A; /**< Obsolete - do not use */
+	bool trap_profile_on_flow_B; /**< Obsolete - do not use */
+	bool trap_profile_on_flow_C; /**< Obsolete - do not use */
+};
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_params_t {
+	struct fm_pcd_plcr_profile_params_t param;
+	void	*id;
+	/**< output parameter; Returns the profile Id to be used */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for modifying CC tree next engine
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tree_modify_next_engine_params_t {
+	void				*id;		/**< CC tree Id to be used */
+	uint8_t				grp_indx;	/**< A Group index in the tree */
+	uint8_t				indx;		/**< Entry index in the group defined by grp_index */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t  cc_next_engine_params;
+								/**< Parameters for the next for the defined Key in the p_Key */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tree_modify_next_engine_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for modifying CC node next engine
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_next_engine_params_t {
+	void				*id;		/**< CC node Id to be used */
+	uint16_t				key_indx;	/**< Key index for Next Engine Params modifications;
+								NOTE: This parameter is IGNORED for miss-key!  */
+	uint8_t				key_size;	/**< Key size of added key */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t  cc_next_engine_params;
+								/**< parameters for the next for the defined Key in the p_Key */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_next_engine_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for remove CC node key
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_remove_key_params_t {
+	void				*id;		/**< CC node Id to be used */
+	uint16_t				key_indx;	/**< Key index for Next Engine Params modifications;
+								NOTE: This parameter is IGNORED for miss-key!  */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_remove_key_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for modifying CC node key and next engine
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_and_next_engine_params_t {
+	void				*id;		/**< CC node Id to be used */
+	uint16_t				key_indx;	/**< Key index for Next Engine Params modifications;
+								NOTE: This parameter is IGNORED for miss-key!  */
+	uint8_t				key_size;	/**< Key size of added key */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t	key_params;	/**< it's array with numOfKeys entries each entry in
+								the array of the type ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_and_next_engine_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for modifying CC node key
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_params_t {
+	void				*id;		/**< CC node Id to be used */
+	uint16_t				key_indx;	/**< Key index for Next Engine Params modifications;
+								NOTE: This parameter is IGNORED for miss-key!  */
+	uint8_t				key_size;	/**< Key size of added key */
+	uint8_t				*p_key;		/**< Pointer to the key of the size defined in key_size */
+	uint8_t				*p_mask;		/**< Pointer to the Mask per key of the size defined
+								in keySize. p_Key and p_Mask (if defined) have to be
+								of the same size as defined in the key_size */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure with the arguments for the FM_PCD_HashTableRemoveKey ioctl() call
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_remove_key_params_t {
+	void	*p_hash_tbl;	/**< The id of the hash table */
+	uint8_t	key_size;	/**< The size of the key to remove */
+	uint8_t	*p_key;	/**< Pointer to the key to remove */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_remove_key_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for selecting a location for requested manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_manip_hdr_info_t {
+	ioc_net_header_type		hdr;		/**< Header selection */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_index		hdr_index;	/**< Relevant only for MPLS, VLAN and tunneled IP. Otherwise should be cleared. */
+	bool				by_field;	/**< TRUE if the location of manipulation is according to some field in the specific header*/
+	ioc_fm_pcd_fields_u		full_field;	/**< Relevant only when by_field = TRUE: Extract field */
+} ioc_fm_manip_hdr_info_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header removal by header type
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_by_hdr_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_by_hdr_type	type;  /**< Selection of header removal location */
+	union {
+#if ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT))
+	struct {
+		bool				include;/**< If FALSE, remove until the specified header (not including the header);
+								If TRUE, remove also the specified header. */
+		ioc_fm_manip_hdr_info_t		hdr_info;
+	} from_start_by_hdr;			/**< Relevant when type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_RMV_BY_HDR_FROM_START */
+#endif /* FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	ioc_fm_manip_hdr_info_t		hdr_info;	/**< Relevant when type = e_FM_PCD_MANIP_RMV_BY_HDR_FROM_START */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_specific_l2	specific_l2;/**< Relevant when type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_BY_HDR_SPECIFIC_L2;
+								Defines which L2 headers to remove. */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_by_hdr_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for configuring IP fragmentation manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_ip_params_t {
+	uint16_t			size_for_fragmentation;	/**< If length of the frame is greater than this value,
+								IP fragmentation will be executed.*/
+#if DPAA_VERSION == 10
+	uint8_t			scratch_bpid;		/**< Absolute buffer pool id according to BM configuration.*/
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION == 10 */
+	bool			sg_bpid_en;		/**< Enable a dedicated buffer pool id for the Scatter/Gather buffer allocation;
+		If disabled, the Scatter/Gather buffer will be allocated from the same pool as the
+		received frame's buffer. */
+	uint8_t			sg_bpid;			/**< Scatter/Gather buffer pool id;
+		This parameter is relevant when 'sg_bpid_en=TRUE';
+		Same LIODN number is used for these buffers as for the received frames buffers, so buffers
+		of this pool need to be allocated in the same memory area as the received buffers.
+		If the received buffers arrive from different sources, the Scatter/Gather BP id should be
+		mutual to all these sources. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_dont_frag_action  dont_frag_action;	/**< Dont Fragment Action - If an IP packet is larger
+		than MTU and its DF bit is set, then this field will
+		determine the action to be taken.*/
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_ip_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for configuring IP reassembly manipulation.
+
+	This is a common structure for both IPv4 and IPv6 reassembly
+	manipulation. For reassembly of both IPv4 and IPv6, make sure to
+	set the 'hdr' field in ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_params_t to IOC_HEADER_TYPE_IPv6.
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_ip_params_t {
+	uint8_t			relative_scheme_id[2];	/**< Partition relative scheme id:
+	relativeSchemeId[0] -  Relative scheme ID for IPV4 Reassembly manipulation;
+	relativeSchemeId[1] -  Relative scheme ID for IPV6 Reassembly manipulation;
+	NOTE: The following comment is relevant only for FMAN v2 devices:
+	Relative scheme ID for IPv4/IPv6 Reassembly manipulation must be smaller than
+	the user schemes id to ensure that the reassembly's schemes will be first match.
+	The remaining schemes, if defined, should have higher relative scheme ID. */
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+	uint32_t			non_consistent_sp_fqid; /**< In case that other fragments of the frame corresponds to different storage
+		profile than the opening fragment (Non-Consistent-SP state)
+		then one of two possible scenarios occurs:
+		if 'nonConsistentSpFqid != 0', the reassembled frame will be enqueued to
+		this fqid, otherwise a 'Non Consistent SP' bit will be set in the FD[status].*/
+#else
+	uint8_t			sg_bpid;		/**< Buffer pool id for the S/G frame created by the reassembly process */
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+	uint8_t			data_mem_id;		/**< Memory partition ID for the IPR's external tables structure */
+	uint16_t			data_liodn_offset;	/**< LIODN offset for access the IPR's external tables structure. */
+	uint16_t			min_frag_size[2];	/**< Minimum fragment size:
+								minFragSize[0] - for ipv4, minFragSize[1] - for ipv6 */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_ways_number   num_of_frames_per_hash_entry[2];
+		/**< Number of frames per hash entry needed for reassembly process:
+		numOfFramesPerHashEntry[0] - for ipv4 (max value is e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_EIGHT_WAYS_HASH);
+		numOfFramesPerHashEntry[1] - for ipv6 (max value is e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_SIX_WAYS_HASH). */
+	uint16_t			max_num_frames_in_process;/**< Number of frames which can be processed by Reassembly in the same time;
+		Must be power of 2;
+		In the case numOfFramesPerHashEntry == e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_FOUR_WAYS_HASH,
+		maxNumFramesInProcess has to be in the range of 4 - 512;
+		In the case numOfFramesPerHashEntry == e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_EIGHT_WAYS_HASH,
+		maxNumFramesInProcess has to be in the range of 8 - 2048. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_time_out_mode  time_out_mode;  /**< Expiration delay initialized by Reassembly process */
+	uint32_t			fqid_for_time_out_frames;/**< FQID in which time out frames will enqueue during Time Out Process  */
+	uint32_t			timeout_threshold_for_reassm_process;
+								/**< Represents the time interval in microseconds which defines
+								if opened frame (at least one fragment was processed but not all the fragments)is found as too old*/
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_ip_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining IPSEC manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_ipsec_params_t {
+	bool	decryption;			/**< TRUE if being used in decryption direction;
+						FALSE if being used in encryption direction. */
+	bool	ecn_copy;			/**< TRUE to copy the ECN bits from inner/outer to outer/inner
+						(direction depends on the 'decryption' field). */
+	bool	dscp_copy;			/**< TRUE to copy the DSCP bits from inner/outer to outer/inner
+						(direction depends on the 'decryption' field). */
+	bool	variable_ip_hdr_len;		/**< TRUE for supporting variable IP header length in decryption. */
+	bool	variable_ip_version;		/**< TRUE for supporting both IP version on the same SA in encryption */
+	uint8_t outer_ip_hdr_len;		/**< If 'variable_ip_version == TRUE' than this field must be set to non-zero value;
+						It is specifies the length of the outer IP header that was configured in the
+						corresponding SA. */
+	uint16_t	arw_size;		/**< if <> '0' then will perform ARW check for this SA;
+						The value must be a multiplication of 16 */
+	void	*arw_addr;			/**< if arwSize <> '0' then this field must be set to non-zero value;
+						MUST be allocated from FMAN's MURAM that the post-sec op-port belong
+						Must be 4B aligned. Required MURAM size is '(NEXT_POWER_OF_2(arwSize+32))/8+4' Bytes */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_ipsec_params_t;
+
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for configuring CAPWAP fragmentation manipulation
+
+ Restrictions:
+	- Maximum number of fragments per frame is 16.
+	- Transmit confirmation is not supported.
+	- Fragmentation nodes must be set as the last PCD action (i.e. the
+	corresponding CC node key must have next engine set to e_FM_PCD_DONE).
+	- Only BMan buffers shall be used for frames to be fragmented.
+	- NOTE: The following comment is relevant only for FMAN v3 devices: IPF
+	does not support VSP. Therefore, on the same port where we have IPF we
+	cannot support VSP.
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_capwap_params_t {
+	uint16_t	size_for_fragmentation;   /**< If length of the frame is greater than this value,
+			CAPWAP fragmentation will be executed.*/
+	bool		sg_bpid_en;		/**< Enable a dedicated buffer pool id for the Scatter/Gather buffer allocation;
+	If disabled, the Scatter/Gather buffer will be allocated from the same pool as the
+	received frame's buffer. */
+	uint8_t		sg_bpid;		/**< Scatter/Gather buffer pool id;
+	This parameters is relevant when 'sgBpidEn=TRUE';
+	Same LIODN number is used for these buffers as for the received frames buffers, so buffers
+	of this pool need to be allocated in the same memory area as the received buffers.
+	If the received buffers arrive from different sources, the Scatter/Gather BP id should be
+	mutual to all these sources. */
+	bool	compress_mode_en;	/**< CAPWAP Header Options Compress Enable mode;
+	When this mode is enabled then only the first fragment include the CAPWAP header options
+	field (if user provides it in the input frame) and all other fragments exclude the CAPWAP
+	options field (CAPWAP header is updated accordingly).*/
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_capwap_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for configuring CAPWAP reassembly manipulation.
+
+ Restrictions:
+	- Application must define one scheme to catch the reassembled frames.
+	- Maximum number of fragments per frame is 16.
+
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_capwap_params_t {
+	uint8_t		relative_scheme_id;	/**< Partition relative scheme id;
+	NOTE: this id must be smaller than the user schemes id to ensure that the reassembly scheme will be first match;
+	Rest schemes, if defined, should have higher relative scheme ID. */
+	uint8_t		data_mem_id;		/**< Memory partition ID for the IPR's external tables structure */
+	uint16_t	data_liodn_offset;	/**< LIODN offset for access the IPR's external tables structure. */
+	uint16_t	max_reassembled_frame_length;/**< The maximum CAPWAP reassembled frame length in bytes;
+	If maxReassembledFrameLength == 0, any successful reassembled frame length is
+	considered as a valid length;
+	if maxReassembledFrameLength > 0, a successful reassembled frame which its length
+	exceeds this value is considered as an error frame (FD status[CRE] bit is set). */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_ways_number   num_of_frames_per_hash_entry;
+		/**< Number of frames per hash entry needed for reassembly process */
+	uint16_t	max_num_frames_in_process;  /**< Number of frames which can be processed by reassembly in the same time;
+	Must be power of 2;
+	In the case numOfFramesPerHashEntry == e_FM_PCD_MANIP_FOUR_WAYS_HASH,
+	maxNumFramesInProcess has to be in the range of 4 - 512;
+	In the case numOfFramesPerHashEntry == e_FM_PCD_MANIP_EIGHT_WAYS_HASH,
+	maxNumFramesInProcess has to be in the range of 8 - 2048. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_time_out_mode  time_out_mode;		/**< Expiration delay initialized by Reassembly process */
+	uint32_t	fqid_for_time_out_frames;   /**< FQID in which time out frames will enqueue during Time Out Process;
+	Recommended value for this field is 0; in this way timed-out frames will be discarded */
+	uint32_t	timeout_threshold_for_reassm_process;
+	/**< Represents the time interval in microseconds which defines
+	if opened frame (at least one fragment was processed but not all the fragments)is found as too old*/
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_capwap_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   structure for defining CAPWAP manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_capwap_params_t {
+	bool			dtls;   /**< TRUE if continue to SEC DTLS encryption */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_qos_src   qos_src; /**< TODO */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_capwap_params_t;
+
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining special offload manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_type		type;
+		/**< Type of special offload manipulation */
+	union {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_ipsec_params_t ipsec;
+	/**< Parameters for IPSec; Relevant when type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_SPECIAL_OFFLOAD_IPSEC */
+
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_capwap_params_t capwap;
+	/**< Parameters for CAPWAP; Relevant when type = e_FM_PCD_MANIP_SPECIAL_OFFLOAD_CAPWAP */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining generic removal manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_generic_params_t {
+	uint8_t			offset;
+		/**< Offset from beginning of header to the start location of the removal */
+	uint8_t			size;	/**< Size of removed section */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_generic_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining insertion manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_t {
+	uint8_t size;	/**< size of inserted section */
+	uint8_t *p_data;	/**< data to be inserted */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining generic insertion manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_generic_params_t {
+	uint8_t			offset;	/**< Offset from beginning of header to the start
+							location of the insertion */
+	uint8_t			size;	/**< Size of inserted section */
+	bool				replace;	/**< TRUE to override (replace) existing data at
+							'offset', FALSE to insert */
+	uint8_t			*p_data;	/**< Pointer to data to be inserted */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_generic_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header manipulation VLAN DSCP To Vpri translation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_vlan_dscp_to_vpri_t {
+	uint8_t			dscp_to_vpri_table[IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_DSCP_TO_VLAN_TRANS];
+		/**< A table of VPri values for each DSCP value;
+		The index is the D_SCP value (0-0x3F) and the
+		value is the corresponding VPRI (0-15). */
+	uint8_t			vpri_def_val;
+		/**< 0-7, Relevant only if if update_type =
+		e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_DSCP_TO_VLAN,
+		this field is the Q Tag default value if the IP header is not found. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_vlan_dscp_to_vpri_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header manipulation VLAN fields updates
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_vlan_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_vlan  update_type;	/**< Selects VLAN update type */
+	union {
+	uint8_t					vpri;   /**< 0-7, Relevant only if If update_type =
+				e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_VLAN_PRI, this
+				is the new VLAN pri. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_vlan_dscp_to_vpri_t	dscp_to_vpri;
+			/**<  Parameters structure, Relevant only if update_type =
+			e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_DSCP_TO_VLAN. */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_vlan_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header manipulation IPV4 fields updates
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv4_t {
+	ioc_ipv4_hdr_manip_update_flags_t	valid_updates;  /**< ORed flag, selecting the required updates */
+	uint8_t		tos;	/**< 8 bit New TOS; Relevant if valid_updates contains
+					IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV4_TOS */
+	uint16_t	id;	/**< 16 bit New IP ID; Relevant only if valid_updates
+					contains IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV4_ID */
+	uint32_t	src;	/**< 32 bit New IP SRC; Relevant only if valid_updates
+					contains IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV4_SRC */
+	uint32_t	dst;	/**< 32 bit New IP DST; Relevant only if valid_updates
+					contains IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV4_DST */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv4_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header manipulation IPV6 fields updates
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv6_t {
+	ioc_ipv6_hdr_manip_update_flags_t	valid_updates;  /**< ORed flag, selecting the required updates */
+	uint8_t		traffic_class;  /**< 8 bit New Traffic Class; Relevant if valid_updates contains
+					IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV6_TC */
+	uint8_t		src[IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_ADDR_SIZE];
+				/**< 16 byte new IP SRC; Relevant only if valid_updates
+					contains IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV6_SRC */
+	uint8_t		dst[IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_ADDR_SIZE];
+				/**< 16 byte new IP DST; Relevant only if valid_updates
+					contains IOC_HDR_MANIP_IPV6_DST */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv6_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header manipulation TCP/UDP fields updates
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_tcp_udp_t {
+	ioc_tcp_udp_hdr_manip_update_flags_t	valid_updates;  /**< ORed flag, selecting the required updates */
+	uint16_t	src;	/**< 16 bit New TCP/UDP SRC; Relevant only if valid_updates
+					contains IOC_HDR_MANIP_TCP_UDP_SRC */
+	uint16_t	dst;		/**< 16 bit New TCP/UDP DST; Relevant only if valid_updates
+					contains IOC_HDR_MANIP_TCP_UDP_DST */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_tcp_udp_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header manipulation fields updates
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_type	type;   /**< Type of header field update manipulation */
+	union {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_vlan_t	vlan;   /**< Parameters for VLAN update. Relevant when
+			type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_VLAN */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv4_t	ipv4;   /**< Parameters for IPv4 update. Relevant when
+			type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_IPV4 */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_ipv6_t	ipv6;   /**< Parameters for IPv6 update. Relevant when
+			type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_IPV6 */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_tcp_udp_t tcp_udp;/**< Parameters for TCP/UDP update. Relevant when
+			type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_FIELD_UPDATE_TCP_UDP */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining custom header manipulation for IP replacement
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_ip_hdr_replace_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_ip_replace  replace_type;   /**< Selects replace update type */
+	bool	dec_ttl_hl;	/**< Decrement TTL (IPV4) or Hop limit (IPV6) by 1 */
+	bool	update_ipv4_id; /**< Relevant when replace_type =
+			e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_HDR_CUSTOM_REPLACE_IPV6_BY_IPV4 */
+	uint16_t id;		/**< 16 bit New IP ID; Relevant only if
+				update_ipv4_id = TRUE */
+	uint8_t	hdr_size;	/**< The size of the new IP header */
+	uint8_t	hdr[IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_MAX_HDR_SIZE];	/**< The new IP header */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_ip_hdr_replace_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining custom header manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_type		type;
+				/**< Type of header field update manipulation */
+	union {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_ip_hdr_replace_t	ip_hdr_replace;
+				/**< Parameters IP header replacement */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining specific L2 insertion manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_specific_l2_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_specific_l2  specific_l2;	/**< Selects which L2 headers to insert */
+	bool					update;	/**< TRUE to update MPLS header */
+	uint8_t				size;	/**< size of inserted section */
+	uint8_t				*p_data;	/**< data to be inserted */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_specific_l2_params_t;
+
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining IP insertion manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_ip_params_t {
+	bool	calc_l4_checksum; /**< Calculate L4 checksum. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_qos_mapping_mode   mapping_mode; /**< TODO */
+	uint8_t last_pid_offset;	/**< the offset of the last Protocol within
+				the inserted header */
+	uint16_t  id;	/**< 16 bit New IP ID */
+	bool				dont_frag_overwrite;
+	/**< IPv4 only. DF is overwritten with the hash-result next-to-last byte.
+	* This byte is configured to be overwritten when RPD is set. */
+	uint8_t			last_dst_offset;
+	/**< IPv6 only. if routing extension exist, user should set the offset of the destination address
+	* in order to calculate UDP checksum pseudo header;
+	* Otherwise set it to '0'. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_t insrt; /**< size and data to be inserted. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_ip_params_t;
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header insertion manipulation by header type
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_by_hdr_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_by_hdr_type	type;   /**< Selects manipulation type */
+	union {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_specific_l2_params_t  specific_l2_params;
+								/**< Used when type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR_SPECIFIC_L2:
+								Selects which L2 headers to remove */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_ip_params_t	ip_params;  /**< Used when type = e_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR_IP */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_t		insrt;	/**< Used when type is one of e_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR_UDP,
+								e_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR_UDP_LITE, or
+								e_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR_CAPWAP */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_by_hdr_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header insertion manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_type			type;   /**< Type of insertion manipulation */
+	union {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_by_hdr_params_t	by_hdr; /**< Parameters for defining header insertion manipulation by header type,
+								relevant if 'type' = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_HDR */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_generic_params_t	generic;/**< Parameters for defining generic header insertion manipulation,
+								relevant if type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_GENERIC */
+#if (defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT) && (DPAA_VERSION == 10))
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_by_template_params_t by_template;
+								/**< Parameters for defining header insertion manipulation by template,
+								relevant if 'type' = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_BY_TEMPLATE */
+#endif /* FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header removal manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_type		type;	/**< Type of header removal manipulation */
+	union {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_by_hdr_params_t   by_hdr;	/**< Parameters for defining header removal manipulation by header type,
+								relevant if type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_RMV_BY_HDR */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_generic_params_t  generic;	/**< Parameters for defining generic header removal manipulation,
+								relevant if type = e_IOC_FM_PCD_MANIP_RMV_GENERIC */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining header manipulation node
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_params_t {
+	bool					rmv;		/**< TRUE, to define removal manipulation */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_rmv_params_t	rmv_params;	/**< Parameters for removal manipulation, relevant if 'rmv' = TRUE */
+
+	bool					insrt;		/**< TRUE, to define insertion manipulation */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_params_t	insrt_params;	/**< Parameters for insertion manipulation, relevant if 'insrt' = TRUE */
+
+	bool					field_update;	/**< TRUE, to define field update manipulation */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_field_update_params_t  field_update_params;  /**< Parameters for field update manipulation, relevant if 'fieldUpdate' = TRUE */
+
+	bool					custom;		/**< TRUE, to define custom manipulation */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_params_t	custom_params;	/**< Parameters for custom manipulation, relevant if 'custom' = TRUE */
+
+	bool					dont_parse_after_manip;/**< FALSE to activate the parser a second time after
+								completing the manipulation on the frame */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   structure for defining fragmentation manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_params_t {
+	ioc_net_header_type			hdr;		/**< Header selection */
+	union {
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_capwap_params_t	capwap_frag;   /**< Parameters for defining CAPWAP fragmentation,
+							relevant if 'hdr' = HEADER_TYPE_CAPWAP */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_ip_params_t   ip_frag;	/**< Parameters for defining IP fragmentation,
+								relevant if 'hdr' = HEADER_TYPE_Ipv4 or HEADER_TYPE_Ipv6 */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   structure for defining reassemble manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_params_t {
+	ioc_net_header_type			hdr;	/**< Header selection */
+	union {
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_capwap_params_t capwap_reassem;  /**< Parameters for defining CAPWAP reassembly,
+							relevant if 'hdr' = HEADER_TYPE_CAPWAP */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_ip_params_t	ip_reassem; /**< Parameters for defining IP reassembly,
+								relevant if 'hdr' = HEADER_TYPE_Ipv4 or HEADER_TYPE_Ipv6 */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining a manipulation node
+*/
+struct fm_pcd_manip_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_type type;
+	/**< Selects type of manipulation node */
+	union {
+		ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_params_t hdr;
+		/**< Parameters for defining header manipulation node */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_params_t reassem;
+		/**< Parameters for defining reassembly manipulation node */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_params_t frag;
+		/**< Parameters for defining fragmentation manipulation node */
+		ioc_fm_pcd_manip_special_offload_params_t special_offload;
+		/**< Parameters for defining special offload manipulation node */
+	} u;
+	void *p_next_manip;
+	/**< Handle to another (previously defined) manipulation node;
+		Allows concatenation of manipulation actions
+		This parameter is optional and may be NULL. */
+#if (defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT) && (DPAA_VERSION == 10))
+	bool frag_or_reasm;
+	/**< TRUE, if defined fragmentation/reassembly manipulation */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_or_reasm_params_t
+		frag_or_reasm_params;
+	/**< Parameters for fragmentation/reassembly manipulation,
+		relevant if frag_or_reasm = TRUE */
+#endif /* FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT */
+};
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_params_t {
+	struct fm_pcd_manip_params_t param;
+	void *id;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for retrieving IP reassembly statistics
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_ip_stats_t {
+	/* common counters for both IPv4 and IPv6 */
+	uint32_t	timeout;			/**< Counts the number of TimeOut occurrences */
+	uint32_t	rfd_pool_busy;			/**< Counts the number of failed attempts to allocate
+							a Reassembly Frame Descriptor */
+	uint32_t	internal_buffer_busy;		/**< Counts the number of times an internal buffer busy occurred */
+	uint32_t	external_buffer_busy;		/**< Counts the number of times external buffer busy occurred */
+	uint32_t	sg_fragments;			/**< Counts the number of Scatter/Gather fragments */
+	uint32_t	dma_semaphore_depletion;	/**< Counts the number of failed attempts to allocate a DMA semaphore */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	uint32_t	non_consistent_sp;		/**< Counts the number of Non Consistent Storage Profile events for
+							successfully reassembled frames */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+struct {
+	uint32_t	successfully_reassembled;	/**< Counts the number of successfully reassembled frames */
+	uint32_t	valid_fragments;		/**< Counts the total number of valid fragments that
+							have been processed for all frames */
+	uint32_t	processed_fragments;	/**< Counts the number of processed fragments
+							(valid and error fragments) for all frames */
+	uint32_t	malformed_fragments;	/**< Counts the number of malformed fragments processed for all frames */
+	uint32_t	discarded_fragments;	/**< Counts the number of fragments discarded by the reassembly process */
+	uint32_t	auto_learn_busy;		/**< Counts the number of times a busy condition occurs when attempting
+							to access an IP-Reassembly Automatic Learning Hash set */
+	uint32_t	more_than16fragments;	/**< Counts the fragment occurrences in which the number of fragments-per-frame
+							exceeds 16 */
+	} specific_hdr_statistics[2];		/**< slot '0' is for IPv4, slot '1' is for IPv6 */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_ip_stats_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for retrieving IP fragmentation statistics
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_ip_stats_t {
+	uint32_t	total_frames;		/**< Number of frames that passed through the manipulation node */
+	uint32_t	fragmented_frames;	/**< Number of frames that were fragmented */
+	uint32_t	generated_fragments;	/**< Number of fragments that were generated */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_ip_stats_t;
+
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for retrieving CAPWAP reassembly statistics
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_capwap_stats_t {
+	uint32_t	timeout;			/**< Counts the number of timeout occurrences */
+	uint32_t	rfd_pool_busy;		/**< Counts the number of failed attempts to allocate
+						a Reassembly Frame Descriptor */
+	uint32_t	internal_buffer_busy;	/**< Counts the number of times an internal buffer busy occurred */
+	uint32_t	external_buffer_busy;	/**< Counts the number of times external buffer busy occurred */
+	uint32_t	sg_fragments;		/**< Counts the number of Scatter/Gather fragments */
+	uint32_t	dma_semaphore_depletion;	/**< Counts the number of failed attempts to allocate a DMA semaphore */
+	uint32_t	successfully_reassembled;	/**< Counts the number of successfully reassembled frames */
+	uint32_t	valid_fragments;		/**< Counts the total number of valid fragments that
+						have been processed for all frames */
+	uint32_t	processed_fragments;	/**< Counts the number of processed fragments
+						(valid and error fragments) for all frames */
+	uint32_t	malformed_fragments;	/**< Counts the number of malformed fragments processed for all frames */
+	uint32_t	autoLearn_busy;		/**< Counts the number of times a busy condition occurs when attempting
+						to access an Reassembly Automatic Learning Hash set */
+	uint32_t	discarded_fragments;	/**< Counts the number of fragments discarded by the reassembly process */
+	uint32_t	more_than16fragments;	/**< Counts the fragment occurrences in which the number of fragments-per-frame
+						exceeds 16 */
+	uint32_t	exceed_max_reassembly_frame_len;/**< ounts the number of times that a successful reassembled frame
+						length exceeds MaxReassembledFrameLength value */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_capwap_stats_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for retrieving CAPWAP fragmentation statistics
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_capwap_stats_t {
+	uint32_t	total_frames;		/**< Number of frames that passed through the manipulation node */
+	uint32_t	fragmented_frames;	/**< Number of frames that were fragmented */
+	uint32_t	generated_fragments;	/**< Number of fragments that were generated */
+#if (defined(DEBUG_ERRORS) && (DEBUG_ERRORS > 0))
+	uint8_t	sg_allocation_failure;	/**< Number of allocation failure of s/g buffers */
+#endif /* (defined(DEBUG_ERRORS) && (DEBUG_ERRORS > 0)) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_capwap_stats_t;
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for retrieving reassembly statistics
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_stats_t {
+	union {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_ip_stats_t  ip_reassem;  /**< Structure for IP reassembly statistics */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_capwap_stats_t  capwap_reassem;  /**< Structure for CAPWAP reassembly statistics */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_stats_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   structure for retrieving fragmentation statistics
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_stats_t {
+	union {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_ip_stats_t	ip_frag;	/**< Structure for IP fragmentation statistics */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_capwap_stats_t capwap_frag; /**< Structure for CAPWAP fragmentation statistics */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_stats_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   structure for defining manipulation statistics
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_stats_t {
+	union {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_reassem_stats_t  reassem;	/**< Structure for reassembly statistics */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_stats_t	frag;	/**< Structure for fragmentation statistics */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_stats_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for acquiring manipulation statistics
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_get_stats_t {
+	void				*id;
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_stats_t	stats;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_get_stats_t;
+
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining frame replicator group and its members
+*/
+struct fm_pcd_frm_replic_group_params_t {
+	uint8_t			max_num_of_entries;	/**< Maximal number of members in the group  - must be at least two */
+	uint8_t			num_of_entries;	/**< Number of members in the group - must be at least 1 */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t   next_engine_params[IOC_FM_PCD_FRM_REPLIC_MAX_NUM_OF_ENTRIES];
+							/**< Array of members' parameters */
+};
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_group_params_t {
+	struct fm_pcd_frm_replic_group_params_t param;
+	void *id;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_group_params_t;
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_member_t {
+	void *h_replic_group;
+	uint16_t member_index;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_member_t;
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_member_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_member_t member;
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t next_engine_params;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_member_params_t;
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_statistics_t {
+	uint32_t	byte_count;	/**< This counter reflects byte count of frames that
+					were matched by this key. */
+	uint32_t	frame_count;	/**< This counter reflects count of frames that
+					were matched by this key. */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	uint32_t	frame_length_range_count[IOC_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MAX_NUM_OF_FLR];
+				/**< These counters reflect how many frames matched
+					this key in 'RMON' statistics mode:
+					Each counter holds the number of frames of a
+					specific frames length range, according to the
+					ranges provided at initialization. */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_statistics_t;
+
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tbl_get_stats_t {
+	void				*id;
+	uint16_t			key_index;
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_statistics_t  statistics;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tbl_get_stats_t;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableGetKeyStatistics
+
+ @Description   This routine may be used to get statistics counters of specific key
+		in a CC Node.
+
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_FRAME' and
+		'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_BYTE_AND_FRAME' were set for this node,
+		these counters reflect how many frames passed that were matched
+		this key; The total frames count will be returned in the counter
+		of the first range (as only one frame length range was defined).
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_RMON' was set for this node, the total
+		frame count will be separated to frame length counters, based on
+		provided frame length ranges.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode	A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keyIndex	Key index for adding
+ @Param[out]	p_KeyStatistics Key statistics counters
+
+ @Return	The specific key statistics.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet().
+*/
+
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_GET_KEY_STAT_COMPAT   _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(12), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_cc_tbl_get_stats_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_GET_KEY_STAT  _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(12), ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tbl_get_stats_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableGetMissStatistics
+
+ @Description   This routine may be used to get statistics counters of miss entry
+		in a CC Node.
+
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_FRAME' and
+		'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_BYTE_AND_FRAME' were set for this node,
+		these counters reflect how many frames were not matched to any
+		existing key and therefore passed through the miss entry; The
+		total frames count will be returned in the counter of the
+		first range (as only one frame length range was defined).
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode		A handle to the node
+ @Param[out]	p_MissStatistics	Statistics counters for 'miss'
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet().
+*/
+
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_GET_MISS_STAT_COMPAT   _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(13), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_cc_tbl_get_stats_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_GET_MISS_STAT  _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(13), ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tbl_get_stats_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableGetMissStatistics
+
+ @Description   This routine may be used to get statistics counters of 'miss'
+		entry of the a hash table.
+
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_FRAME' and
+		'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_BYTE_AND_FRAME' were set for this node,
+		these counters reflect how many frames were not matched to any
+		existing key and therefore passed through the miss entry;
+
+ @Param[in]	h_HashTbl	A handle to a hash table
+ @Param[out]	p_MissStatistics	Statistics counters for 'miss'
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+*/
+
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_HASH_TABLE_GET_MISS_STAT_COMPAT   _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(14), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_cc_tbl_get_stats_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_HASH_TABLE_GET_MISS_STAT  _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(14), ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tbl_get_stats_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsSet
+
+ @Description   Define a set of Network Environment Characteristics.
+
+		When setting an environment it is important to understand its
+		application. It is not meant to describe the flows that will run
+		on the ports using this environment, but what the user means TO DO
+		with the PCD mechanisms in order to parse-classify-distribute those
+		frames.
+		By specifying a distinction unit, the user means it would use that option
+		for distinction between frames at either a KeyGen scheme or a coarse
+		classification action descriptor. Using interchangeable headers to define a
+		unit means that the user is indifferent to which of the interchangeable
+		headers is present in the frame, and wants the distinction to be based
+		on the presence of either one of them.
+
+		Depending on context, there are limitations to the use of environments. A
+		port using the PCD functionality is bound to an environment. Some or even
+		all ports may share an environment but also an environment per port is
+		possible. When initializing a scheme, a classification plan group (see below),
+		or a coarse classification tree, one of the initialized environments must be
+		stated and related to. When a port is bound to a scheme, a classification
+		plan group, or a coarse classification tree, it MUST be bound to the same
+		environment.
+
+		The different PCD modules, may relate (for flows definition) ONLY on
+		distinction units as defined by their environment. When initializing a
+		scheme for example, it may not choose to select IPV4 as a match for
+		recognizing flows unless it was defined in the relating environment. In
+		fact, to guide the user through the configuration of the PCD, each module's
+		characterization in terms of flows is not done using protocol names, but using
+		environment indexes.
+
+		In terms of HW implementation, the list of distinction units sets the LCV vectors
+		and later used for match vector, classification plan vectors and coarse classification
+		indexing.
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_pcd_net_env_params_t   A structure defining the distinction units for this configuration.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_NET_ENV_CHARACTERISTICS_SET_COMPAT   _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(20), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_net_env_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_NET_ENV_CHARACTERISTICS_SET  _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(20), ioc_fm_pcd_net_env_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsDelete
+
+ @Description   Deletes a set of Network Environment Charecteristics.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_obj_t - The id of a Network Environment object.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_NET_ENV_CHARACTERISTICS_DELETE_COMPAT  _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(21), ioc_compat_fm_obj_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_NET_ENV_CHARACTERISTICS_DELETE   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(21), ioc_fm_obj_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet
+
+ @Description   Initializing or modifying and enabling a scheme for the KeyGen.
+		This routine should be called for adding or modifying a scheme.
+		When a scheme needs modifying, the API requires that it will be
+		rewritten. In such a case 'modify' should be TRUE. If the
+		routine is called for a valid scheme and 'modify' is FALSE,
+		it will return error.
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_params_t   A structure of parameters for defining the scheme
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SCHEME_SET_COMPAT	_IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(24), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SCHEME_SET	_IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(24), ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSchemeDelete
+
+ @Description   Deleting an initialized scheme.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_obj_t	scheme id as initialized by application at FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SET_SCHEME
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SCHEME_DELETE_COMPAT  _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(25), ioc_compat_fm_obj_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_KG_SCHEME_DELETE	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(25), ioc_fm_obj_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_CcRootBuild
+
+ @Description   This routine must be called to define a complete coarse
+		classification tree. This is the way to define coarse
+		classification to a certain flow - the KeyGen schemes
+		may point only to trees defined in this way.
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tree_params_t	A structure of parameters to define the tree.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_CC_ROOT_BUILD_COMPAT _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(26), compat_uptr_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_CC_ROOT_BUILD	_IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(26), void *) /* workaround ...*/
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_CcRootDelete
+
+ @Description   Deleting a built tree.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_obj_t - The id of a CC tree.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_CC_ROOT_DELETE_COMPAT	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(27), ioc_compat_fm_obj_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_CC_ROOT_DELETE	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(27), ioc_fm_obj_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableSet
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called for each CC (coarse classification)
+		node. The whole CC tree should be built bottom up so that each
+		node points to already defined nodes. p_NodeId returns the node
+		Id to be used by other nodes.
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_params_t	A structure for defining the CC node params
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_SET_COMPAT	_IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(28), compat_uptr_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_SET	_IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(28), void *) /* workaround ...*/
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableDelete
+
+ @Description   Deleting a built node.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_obj_t - The id of a CC node.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_DELETE_COMPAT	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(29), ioc_compat_fm_obj_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_DELETE   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(29), ioc_fm_obj_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_CcRootModifyNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Modify the Next Engine Parameters in the entry of the tree.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tree_modify_next_engine_params_t - Pointer to a structure with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_CcRootBuild().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_CC_ROOT_MODIFY_NEXT_ENGINE_COMPAT   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(30), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_cc_tree_modify_next_engine_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_CC_ROOT_MODIFY_NEXT_ENGINE   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(30), ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tree_modify_next_engine_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Modify the Next Engine Parameters in the relevant key entry of the node.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_next_engine_params_t  A pointer to a structure with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_MODIFY_NEXT_ENGINE_COMPAT   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(31), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_next_engine_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_MODIFY_NEXT_ENGINE   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(31), ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_next_engine_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyMissNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Modify the Next Engine Parameters of the Miss key case of the node.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_next_engine_params_t - Pointer to a structure with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_MODIFY_MISS_NEXT_ENGINE_COMPAT   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(32), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_next_engine_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_MODIFY_MISS_NEXT_ENGINE _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(32), ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_next_engine_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableRemoveKey
+
+ @Description   Remove the key (including next engine parameters of this key)
+		defined by the index of the relevant node.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_remove_key_params_t  A pointer to a structure with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only after FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() has been called for this
+		node and for all of the nodes that lead to it.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_REMOVE_KEY_COMPAT	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(33), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_cc_node_remove_key_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_REMOVE_KEY   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(33), ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_remove_key_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableAddKey
+
+ @Description   Add the key (including next engine parameters of this key in the
+		index defined by the keyIndex. Note that 'FM_PCD_LAST_KEY_INDEX'
+		may be used when the user doesn't care about the position of the
+		key in the table - in that case, the key will be automatically
+		added by the driver in the last available entry.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_and_next_engine_params_t  A pointer to a structure with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only after FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() has been called for this
+		node and for all of the nodes that lead to it.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_ADD_KEY_COMPAT   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(34), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_and_next_engine_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_ADD_KEY  _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(34), ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_and_next_engine_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyKeyAndNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Modify the key and Next Engine Parameters of this key in the index defined by key_index.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_and_next_engine_params_t  A pointer to a structure with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() not only of the relevnt node but also
+		the node that points to this node
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_MODIFY_KEY_AND_NEXT_ENGINE_COMPAT	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(35), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_and_next_engine_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_MODIFY_KEY_AND_NEXT_ENGINE   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(35), ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_and_next_engine_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyKey
+
+ @Description   Modify the key at the index defined by key_index.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_params_t - Pointer to a structure
+				with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only after FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() has been called for this
+		node and for all of the nodes that lead to it.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_MODIFY_KEY_COMPAT	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(36), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MATCH_TABLE_MODIFY_KEY   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(36), ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_modify_key_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableSet
+
+ @Description   This routine initializes a hash table structure.
+		KeyGen hash result determines the hash bucket.
+		Next, KeyGen key is compared against all keys of this
+		bucket (exact match).
+		Number of sets (number of buckets) of the hash equals to the
+		number of 1-s in 'hash_res_mask' in the provided parameters.
+		Number of hash table ways is then calculated by dividing
+		'max_num_of_keys' equally between the hash sets. This is the
+		maximal number of keys that a hash bucket may hold.
+		The hash table is initialized empty and keys may be
+		added to it following the initialization. Keys masks are not
+		supported in current hash table implementation.
+		The initialized hash table can be integrated as a node in a
+		CC tree.
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_params_t - Pointer to a structure with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_HASH_TABLE_SET_COMPAT _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(37), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_hash_table_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_HASH_TABLE_SET _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(37), ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableDelete
+
+ @Description   This routine deletes the provided hash table and released all
+		its allocated resources.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_obj_t - The ID of a hash table.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_HASH_TABLE_DELETE_COMPAT _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(37), ioc_compat_fm_obj_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_HASH_TABLE_DELETE _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(37), ioc_fm_obj_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableAddKey
+
+ @Description   This routine adds the provided key (including next engine
+		parameters of this key) to the hash table.
+		The key is added as the last key of the bucket that it is
+		mapped to.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_add_key_params_t - Pointer to a structure
+			with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_HASH_TABLE_ADD_KEY_COMPAT _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(39), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_hash_table_add_key_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_HASH_TABLE_ADD_KEY _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(39), ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_add_key_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableRemoveKey
+
+ @Description   This routine removes the requested key (including next engine
+		parameters of this key) from the hash table.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_remove_key_params_t - Pointer to a structure
+				with the relevant parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_HASH_TABLE_REMOVE_KEY_COMPAT _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(40), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_hash_table_remove_key_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_HASH_TABLE_REMOVE_KEY _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(40), ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_remove_key_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_PlcrProfileSet
+
+ @Description   Sets a profile entry in the policer profile table.
+		The routine overrides any existing value.
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_params_t	A structure of parameters for defining a
+							policer profile entry.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_PLCR_PROFILE_SET_COMPAT	_IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(41), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_PLCR_PROFILE_SET	_IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(41), ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_PlcrProfileDelete
+
+ @Description   Delete a profile entry in the policer profile table.
+		The routine set entry to invalid.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_obj_t	The id of a policer profile.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_PLCR_PROFILE_DELETE_COMPAT   _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(41), ioc_compat_fm_obj_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_PLCR_PROFILE_DELETE  _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(41), ioc_fm_obj_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ManipNodeSet
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called for defining a manipulation
+		node. A manipulation node must be defined before the CC node
+		that precedes it.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_params_t - A structure of parameters defining the manipulation
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized object on success; NULL code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MANIP_NODE_SET_COMPAT	_IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(43), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_manip_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MANIP_NODE_SET   _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(43), ioc_fm_pcd_manip_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ManipNodeReplace
+
+ @Description   Change existing manipulation node to be according to new requirement.
+		(Here, it's implemented as a variant of the same IOCTL as for
+		FM_PCD_ManipNodeSet(), and one that when called, the 'id' member
+		in its 'ioc_fm_pcd_manip_params_t' argument is set to contain
+		the manip node's handle)
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_params_t - A structure of parameters defining the manipulation
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_ManipNodeSet().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MANIP_NODE_REPLACE_COMPAT	FM_PCD_IOC_MANIP_NODE_SET_COMPAT
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MANIP_NODE_REPLACE	FM_PCD_IOC_MANIP_NODE_SET
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ManipNodeDelete
+
+ @Description   Delete an existing manipulation node.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_obj_t	The id of the manipulation node to delete.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_ManipNodeSet().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MANIP_NODE_DELETE_COMPAT _IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(44), ioc_compat_fm_obj_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MANIP_NODE_DELETE	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(44), ioc_fm_obj_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ManipGetStatistics
+
+ @Description   Retrieve the manipulation statistics.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_ManipNode	A handle to a manipulation node.
+ @Param[out]	p_FmPcdManipStats   A structure for retrieving the manipulation statistics
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_ManipNodeSet().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MANIP_GET_STATS_COMPAT  _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(50), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_manip_get_stats_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_MANIP_GET_STATS   _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(50), ioc_fm_pcd_manip_get_stats_t)
+
+/**
+@Function	FM_PCD_SetAdvancedOffloadSupport
+
+@Description   This routine must be called in order to support the following features:
+		IP-fragmentation, IP-reassembly, IPsec,
+		Header-manipulation, frame-replicator.
+
+@Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+
+@Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+@Cautions	Allowed only when PCD is disabled.
+*/
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_SET_ADVANCED_OFFLOAD_SUPPORT _IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(45))
+
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_FrmReplicSetGroup
+
+ @Description   Initialize a Frame Replicator group.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd		FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	p_FrmReplicGroupParam  A structure of parameters for the
+			initialization of the frame replicator group.
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized object on success; NULL code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_FRM_REPLIC_GROUP_SET_COMPAT _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(46), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_frm_replic_group_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_FRM_REPLIC_GROUP_SET _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(46), ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_group_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_FrmReplicDeleteGroup
+
+ @Description   Delete a Frame Replicator group.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FrmReplicGroup  A handle to the frame replicator group.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success;  Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_FrmReplicSetGroup().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_FRM_REPLIC_GROUP_DELETE_COMPAT _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(47), ioc_compat_fm_obj_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_FRM_REPLIC_GROUP_DELETE _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(47), ioc_fm_obj_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_FrmReplicAddMember
+
+ @Description   Add the member in the index defined by the memberIndex.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FrmReplicGroup   A handle to the frame replicator group.
+ @Param[in]	memberIndex	member index for adding.
+ @Param[in]	p_MemberParams	A pointer to the new member parameters.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_FrmReplicSetGroup() of this group.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_FRM_REPLIC_MEMBER_ADD_COMPAT _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(48), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_frm_replic_member_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_FRM_REPLIC_MEMBER_ADD _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(48), ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_member_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_FrmReplicRemoveMember
+
+ @Description   Remove the member defined by the index from the relevant group.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FrmReplicGroup   A handle to the frame replicator group.
+ @Param[in]	memberIndex	member index for removing.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_FrmReplicSetGroup() of this group.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_FRM_REPLIC_MEMBER_REMOVE_COMPAT _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(49), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_frm_replic_member_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_FRM_REPLIC_MEMBER_REMOVE _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(49), ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_member_t)
+
+#endif
+
+#if (defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT) && (DPAA_VERSION == 10))
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_StatisticsSetNode
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called for defining a statistics node.
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_pcd_stats_params_t A structure of parameters defining the statistics
+
+ @Return	0 on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_STATISTICS_SET_NODE_COMPAT _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(45), void *)
+#endif
+#define FM_PCD_IOC_STATISTICS_SET_NODE _IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PCD_IOC_NUM(45), void *)
+
+#endif /* FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT */
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_grp Frame Manager API
+
+ @Description   Frame Manager Application Programming Interface
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_PCD_grp FM PCD
+
+ @Description   Frame Manager PCD (Parse-Classify-Distribute) API.
+
+	The FM PCD module is responsible for the initialization of all
+	global classifying FM modules. This includes the parser general and
+	common registers, the key generator global and common registers,
+	and the policer global and common registers.
+	In addition, the FM PCD SW module will initialize all required
+	key generator schemes, coarse classification flows, and policer
+	profiles. When FM module is configured to work with one of these
+	entities, it will register to it using the FM PORT API. The PCD
+	module will manage the PCD resources - i.e. resource management of
+	KeyGen schemes, etc.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Collection	General PCD defines
+*/
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_PRIVATE_HDRS		2
+/**< Number of units/headers saved for user */
+
+#define FM_PCD_PRS_NUM_OF_HDRS			16
+/**< Number of headers supported by HW parser */
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_DISTINCTION_UNITS	(32 - FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_PRIVATE_HDRS)
+/**< Number of distinction units is limited by
+	register size (32 bits) minus reserved bits
+	for private headers. */
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_INTERCHANGEABLE_HDRS	4
+/**< Maximum number of interchangeable headers in a distinction unit */
+#define FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_GENERIC_REGS		FM_KG_NUM_OF_GENERIC_REGS
+/**< Total number of generic KeyGen registers */
+#define FM_PCD_KG_MAX_NUM_OF_EXTRACTS_PER_KEY	35
+/**< Max number allowed on any configuration;
+	For HW implementation reasons, in most
+	cases less than this will be allowed; The
+	driver will return an initialization error
+	if resource is unavailable. */
+#define FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_EXTRACT_MASKS		4
+/**< Total number of masks allowed on KeyGen extractions. */
+#define FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_DEFAULT_GROUPS		16
+/**< Number of default value logical groups */
+
+#define FM_PCD_PRS_NUM_OF_LABELS			32
+/**< Maximum number of SW parser labels */
+#define FM_SW_PRS_MAX_IMAGE_SIZE	(FM_PCD_SW_PRS_SIZE /*- FM_PCD_PRS_SW_OFFSET -FM_PCD_PRS_SW_TAIL_SIZE*/ - FM_PCD_PRS_SW_PATCHES_SIZE)
+/**< Maximum size of SW parser code */
+
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_MANIP_INSRT_TEMPLATE_SIZE	128
+/**< Maximum size of insertion template for insert manipulation */
+
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+#define FM_PCD_FRM_REPLIC_MAX_NUM_OF_ENTRIES	64
+/**< Maximum possible entries for frame replicator group */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_PCD_init_grp FM PCD Initialization Unit
+
+ @Description   Frame Manager PCD Initialization Unit API
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   Exceptions user callback routine, will be called upon an
+		exception passing the exception identification.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_App	- User's application descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	exception  - The exception.
+  */
+typedef void (t_FmPcdExceptionCallback) (t_Handle h_App,
+					ioc_fm_pcd_exceptions exception);
+
+/**
+ @Description   Exceptions user callback routine, will be called upon an
+		exception passing the exception identification.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_App	- User's application descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	exception	- The exception.
+ @Param[in]	index - id of the relevant source (may be scheme or profile id).
+ */
+typedef void (t_FmPcdIdExceptionCallback) (t_Handle	h_App,
+					ioc_fm_pcd_exceptions  exception,
+					uint16_t	index);
+
+/**
+ @Description   A callback for enqueuing frame onto a QM queue.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_QmArg	- Application's handle passed to QM module on enqueue.
+ @Param[in]	p_Fd		- Frame descriptor for the frame.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+ */
+typedef uint32_t (t_FmPcdQmEnqueueCallback) (t_Handle h_QmArg, void *p_Fd);
+
+/**
+ @Description   Host-Command parameters structure.
+
+	When using Host command for PCD functionalities, a dedicated port
+	must be used. If this routine is called for a PCD in a single partition
+	environment, or it is the Master partition in a Multi-partition
+	environment, The port will be initialized by the PCD driver
+	initialization routine.
+ */
+typedef struct t_FmPcdHcParams {
+	uintptr_t		portBaseAddr;
+	/**< Virtual Address of Host-Command Port memory mapped registers.*/
+	uint8_t			portId;
+	/**< Port Id (0-6 relative to Host-Command/Offline-Parsing ports);
+		NOTE: When configuring Host Command port for
+			FMANv3 devices (DPAA_VERSION 11 and higher),
+			portId=0 MUST be used. */
+	uint16_t			liodnBase;
+	/**< LIODN base for this port, to be used together with LIODN offset
+		(irrelevant for P4080 revision 1.0) */
+	uint32_t			errFqid;
+	/**< Host-Command Port error queue Id. */
+	uint32_t			confFqid;
+	/**< Host-Command Port confirmation queue Id. */
+	uint32_t			qmChannel;
+	/**< QM channel dedicated to this Host-Command port;
+		will be used by the FM for dequeue. */
+	t_FmPcdQmEnqueueCallback	*f_QmEnqueue;
+	/**< Callback routine for enqueuing a frame to the QM */
+	t_Handle			h_QmArg;
+	/**< Application's handle passed to QM module on enqueue */
+} t_FmPcdHcParams;
+
+/**
+ @Description   The main structure for PCD initialization
+ */
+typedef struct t_FmPcdParams {
+	bool			prsSupport;
+	/**< TRUE if Parser will be used for any of the FM ports. */
+	bool			ccSupport;
+	/**< TRUE if Coarse Classification will be used for any of the FM ports. */
+	bool			kgSupport;
+	/**< TRUE if KeyGen will be used for any of the FM ports. */
+	bool			plcrSupport;
+	/**< TRUE if Policer will be used for any of the FM ports. */
+	t_Handle		h_Fm;
+	/**< A handle to the FM module. */
+	uint8_t			numOfSchemes;
+	/**< Number of schemes dedicated to this partition.
+		this parameter is relevant if 'kgSupport'=TRUE. */
+	bool			useHostCommand;
+	/**< Optional for single partition, Mandatory for Multi partition */
+	t_FmPcdHcParams		hc;
+	/**< Host Command parameters, relevant only if 'useHostCommand'=TRUE;
+		Relevant when FM not runs in "guest-mode". */
+
+	t_FmPcdExceptionCallback	*f_Exception;
+	/**< Callback routine for general PCD exceptions;
+		Relevant when FM not runs in "guest-mode". */
+	t_FmPcdIdExceptionCallback	*f_ExceptionId;
+	/**< Callback routine for specific KeyGen scheme or
+		Policer profile exceptions;
+		Relevant when FM not runs in "guest-mode". */
+	t_Handle		h_App;
+	/**< A handle to an application layer object; This handle will
+		be passed by the driver upon calling the above callbacks;
+		Relevant when FM not runs in "guest-mode". */
+	uint8_t			partPlcrProfilesBase;
+	/**< The first policer-profile-id dedicated to this partition.
+		this parameter is relevant if 'plcrSupport'=TRUE.
+		NOTE: this parameter relevant only when working with multiple partitions. */
+	uint16_t		partNumOfPlcrProfiles;
+		/**< Number of policer-profiles dedicated to this partition.
+		this parameter is relevant if 'plcrSupport'=TRUE.
+		NOTE: this parameter relevant only when working with multiple partitions. */
+} t_FmPcdParams;
+
+typedef struct t_FmPcdPrsLabelParams {
+	uint32_t instructionOffset;
+	ioc_net_header_type hdr;
+	uint8_t indexPerHdr;
+} t_FmPcdPrsLabelParams;
+
+typedef struct t_FmPcdPrsSwParams {
+	bool override;
+	uint32_t size;
+	uint16_t base;
+	uint8_t *p_Code;
+	uint32_t swPrsDataParams[FM_PCD_PRS_NUM_OF_HDRS];
+	uint8_t numOfLabels;
+	t_FmPcdPrsLabelParams labelsTable[FM_PCD_PRS_NUM_OF_LABELS];
+} t_FmPcdPrsSwParams;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_Config
+
+ @Description   Basic configuration of the PCD module.
+		Creates descriptor for the FM PCD module.
+
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPcdParams	A structure of parameters for the initialization of PCD.
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized module.
+*/
+t_Handle FM_PCD_Config(t_FmPcdParams *p_FmPcdParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_Init
+
+ @Description   Initialization of the PCD module.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd - FM PCD module descriptor.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_Init(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_Free
+
+ @Description   Frees all resources that were assigned to FM module.
+
+		Calling this routine invalidates the descriptor.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd - FM PCD module descriptor.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_Free(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_PCD_advanced_cfg_grp	FM PCD Advanced Configuration Unit
+
+ @Description   Frame Manager PCD Advanced Configuration API.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ConfigException
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the internal driver data base
+		from its default selection of exceptions enabling.
+		[DEFAULT_numOfSharedPlcrProfiles].
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	exception	The exception to be selected.
+ @Param[in]	enable	TRUE to enable interrupt, FALSE to mask it.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_ConfigException(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_exceptions exception, bool enable);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ConfigHcFramesDataMemory
+
+ @Description   Configures memory-partition-id for FMan-Controller Host-Command
+		frames. Calling this routine changes the internal driver data
+		base from its default configuration [0].
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	memId	Memory partition ID.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	This routine may be called only if 'useHostCommand' was TRUE
+		when FM_PCD_Config() routine was called.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_ConfigHcFramesDataMemory(t_Handle h_FmPcd, uint8_t memId);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ConfigPlcrNumOfSharedProfiles
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the internal driver data base
+		from its default selection of exceptions enablement.
+		[DEFAULT_numOfSharedPlcrProfiles].
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd			FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	numOfSharedPlcrProfiles	Number of profiles to
+				be shared between ports on this partition
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_ConfigPlcrNumOfSharedProfiles(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		uint16_t numOfSharedPlcrProfiles);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ConfigPlcrAutoRefreshMode
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the internal driver data base
+		from its default selection of exceptions enablement.
+		By default auto-refresh is [DEFAULT_plcrAutoRefresh].
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	enable	TRUE to enable, FALSE to disable
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_ConfigPlcrAutoRefreshMode(t_Handle h_FmPcd, bool enable);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ConfigPrsMaxCycleLimit
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the internal data structure for
+		the maximum parsing time from its default value
+		[DEFAULT_MAX_PRS_CYC_LIM].
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	value	0 to disable the mechanism, or new
+				maximum parsing time.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_ConfigPrsMaxCycleLimit(t_Handle h_FmPcd, uint16_t value);
+
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PCD_advanced_cfg_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PCD_init_grp group */
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_PCD_Runtime_grp FM PCD Runtime Unit
+
+ @Description   Frame Manager PCD Runtime Unit API
+
+	The runtime control allows creation of PCD infrastructure modules
+	such as Network Environment Characteristics, Classification Plan
+	Groups and Coarse Classification Trees.
+	It also allows on-the-fly initialization, modification and removal
+	of PCD modules such as KeyGen schemes, coarse classification nodes
+	and Policer profiles.
+
+	In order to explain the programming model of the PCD driver interface
+	a few terms should be explained, and will be used below.
+	- Distinction Header - One of the 16 protocols supported by the FM parser,
+		or one of the SHIM headers (1 or 2). May be a header with a special
+		option (see below).
+	- Interchangeable Headers Group - This is a group of Headers recognized
+		by either one of them. For example, if in a specific context the user
+		chooses to treat IPv4 and IPV6 in the same way, they may create an
+		interchangeable Headers Unit consisting of these 2 headers.
+	- A Distinction Unit - a Distinction Header or an Interchangeable Headers
+		Group.
+	- Header with special option - applies to Ethernet, MPLS, VLAN, IPv4 and
+		IPv6, includes multicast, broadcast and other protocol specific options.
+		In terms of hardware it relates to the options available in the classification
+		plan.
+	- Network Environment Characteristics - a set of Distinction Units that define
+		the total recognizable header selection for a certain environment. This is
+		NOT the list of all headers that will ever appear in a flow, but rather
+		everything that needs distinction in a flow, where distinction is made by KeyGen
+		schemes and coarse classification action descriptors.
+
+	The PCD runtime modules initialization is done in stages. The first stage after
+	initializing the PCD module itself is to establish a Network Flows Environment
+	Definition. The application may choose to establish one or more such environments.
+	Later, when needed, the application will have to state, for some of its modules,
+	to which single environment it belongs.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+t_Handle FM_PCD_Open(t_FmPcdParams *p_FmPcdParams);
+void FM_PCD_Close(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_Enable
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called after PCD is initialized for enabling all
+		PCD engines according to their existing configuration.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init() and when PCD is disabled.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_Enable(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_Disable
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called when PCD is enabled in order to
+		disable all PCD engines. It may be called
+		only when none of the ports in the system are using the PCD.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init() and when PCD is enabled.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_Disable(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_GetCounter
+
+ @Description   Reads one of the FM PCD counters.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	counter	The requested counter.
+
+ @Return	Counter's current value.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		Note that it is user's responsibility to call this routine only
+		for enabled counters, and there will be no indication if a
+		disabled counter is accessed.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_GetCounter(t_Handle h_FmPcd, ioc_fm_pcd_counters counter);
+
+/**
+@Function	FM_PCD_PrsLoadSw
+
+@Description	This routine may be called in order to load software parsing code.
+
+@Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+@Param[in]	p_SwPrs	A pointer to a structure of software
+				parser parameters, including the software
+				parser image.
+
+@Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+@Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init() and when PCD is disabled.
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_PrsLoadSw(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_prs_sw_params_t *p_SwPrs);
+
+/**
+@Function	FM_PCD_SetAdvancedOffloadSupport
+
+@Description   This routine must be called in order to support the following features:
+	IP-fragmentation, IP-reassembly, IPsec, Header-manipulation, frame-replicator.
+
+@Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+
+@Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+@Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init() and when PCD is disabled.
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_SetAdvancedOffloadSupport(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSetDfltValue
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine sets a global default value to be used
+		by the KeyGen when parser does not recognize a required
+		field/header.
+		By default default values are 0.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	valueId	0,1 - one of 2 global default values.
+ @Param[in]	value	The requested default value.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init() and when PCD is disabled.
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_KgSetDfltValue(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		uint8_t valueId, uint32_t value);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSetAdditionalDataAfterParsing
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine allows the KeyGen to access data past
+		the parser finishing point.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	payloadOffset   the number of bytes beyond the parser location.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init() and when PCD is disabled.
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_KgSetAdditionalDataAfterParsing(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		uint8_t payloadOffset);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_SetException
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables/disables PCD interrupts.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	exception	The exception to be selected.
+ @Param[in]	enable	TRUE to enable interrupt, FALSE to mask it.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_SetException(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_exceptions exception, bool enable);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ModifyCounter
+
+ @Description   Sets a value to an enabled counter. Use "0" to reset the counter.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	counter	The requested counter.
+ @Param[in]	value	The requested value to be written into the counter.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_ModifyCounter(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_counters counter, uint32_t value);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_SetPlcrStatistics
+
+ @Description   This routine may be used to enable/disable policer statistics
+		counter. By default the statistics is enabled.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor
+ @Param[in]	enable	TRUE to enable, FALSE to disable.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_SetPlcrStatistics(t_Handle h_FmPcd, bool enable);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_SetPrsStatistics
+
+ @Description   Defines whether to gather parser statistics including all ports.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	enable	TRUE to enable, FALSE to disable.
+
+ @Return	None
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+void FM_PCD_SetPrsStatistics(t_Handle h_FmPcd, bool enable);
+
+#if (defined(DEBUG_ERRORS) && (DEBUG_ERRORS > 0))
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_DumpRegs
+
+ @Description   Dumps all PCD registers
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	A handle to an FM PCD Module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		NOTE: this routine may be called only for FM in master mode
+		(i.e. 'guestId'=NCSW_MASTER_ID) or in a case that the registers
+		are mapped.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_DumpRegs(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgDumpRegs
+
+ @Description   Dumps all PCD KG registers
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	A handle to an FM PCD Module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		NOTE: this routine may be called only for FM in master mode
+		(i.e. 'guestId'=NCSW_MASTER_ID) or in a case that the registers
+		are mapped.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_KgDumpRegs(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_PlcrDumpRegs
+
+ @Description   Dumps all PCD Policer registers
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	A handle to an FM PCD Module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		NOTE: this routine may be called only for FM in master mode
+		(i.e. 'guestId'=NCSW_MASTER_ID) or in a case that the registers
+		are mapped.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_PlcrDumpRegs(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_PlcrProfileDumpRegs
+
+ @Description   Dumps all PCD Policer profile registers
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Profile	A handle to a Policer profile.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		NOTE: this routine may be called only for FM in master mode
+		(i.e. 'guestId'=NCSW_MASTER_ID) or in a case that the registers
+		are mapped.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_PlcrProfileDumpRegs(t_Handle h_Profile);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_PrsDumpRegs
+
+ @Description   Dumps all PCD Parser registers
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	A handle to an FM PCD Module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		NOTE: this routine may be called only for FM in master mode
+		(i.e. 'guestId'=NCSW_MASTER_ID) or in a case that the registers
+		are mapped.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_PrsDumpRegs(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HcDumpRegs
+
+ @Description   Dumps HC Port registers
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	A handle to an FM PCD Module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+		NOTE: this routine may be called only for FM in master mode
+		(i.e. 'guestId'=NCSW_MASTER_ID).
+*/
+uint32_t	FM_PCD_HcDumpRegs(t_Handle h_FmPcd);
+#endif /* (defined(DEBUG_ERRORS) && ... */
+
+
+/**
+ KeyGen	FM_PCD_Runtime_build_grp FM PCD Runtime Building Unit
+
+ @Description   Frame Manager PCD Runtime Building API
+
+		This group contains routines for setting, deleting and modifying
+		PCD resources, for defining the total PCD tree.
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Collection	Definitions of coarse classification
+		parameters as required by KeyGen (when coarse classification
+		is the next engine after this scheme).
+*/
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_TREES		8
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_GROUPS		16
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_UNITS		4
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_KEYS		256
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_FLOWS		(4 * KILOBYTE)
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_SIZE_OF_KEY		56
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_ENTRIES_IN_GRP	16
+#define FM_PCD_LAST_KEY_INDEX		0xffff
+
+#define FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_CC_NODES	255 /* Obsolete, not used - will be removed in the future */
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Collection	A set of definitions to allow protocol
+		special option description.
+*/
+typedef uint32_t	protocolOpt_t;	/**< A general type to define a protocol option. */
+
+typedef protocolOpt_t   ethProtocolOpt_t;	/**< Ethernet protocol options. */
+#define ETH_BROADCAST		0x80000000  /**< Ethernet Broadcast. */
+#define ETH_MULTICAST		0x40000000  /**< Ethernet Multicast. */
+
+typedef protocolOpt_t   vlanProtocolOpt_t;	/**< VLAN protocol options. */
+#define VLAN_STACKED		0x20000000  /**< Stacked VLAN. */
+
+typedef protocolOpt_t   mplsProtocolOpt_t;	/**< MPLS protocol options. */
+#define MPLS_STACKED		0x10000000  /**< Stacked MPLS. */
+
+typedef protocolOpt_t   ipv4ProtocolOpt_t;	/**< IPv4 protocol options. */
+#define IPV4_BROADCAST_1		0x08000000  /**< IPv4 Broadcast. */
+#define IPV4_MULTICAST_1		0x04000000  /**< IPv4 Multicast. */
+#define IPV4_UNICAST_2		0x02000000  /**< Tunneled IPv4 - Unicast. */
+#define IPV4_MULTICAST_BROADCAST_2  0x01000000  /**< Tunneled IPv4 - Broadcast/Multicast. */
+
+#define IPV4_FRAG_1		0x00000008  /**< IPV4 reassembly option.
+			IPV4 Reassembly manipulation requires network
+			environment with IPV4 header and IPV4_FRAG_1 option  */
+
+typedef protocolOpt_t   ipv6ProtocolOpt_t;	/**< IPv6 protocol options. */
+#define IPV6_MULTICAST_1	0x00800000  /**< IPv6 Multicast. */
+#define IPV6_UNICAST_2		0x00400000  /**< Tunneled IPv6 - Unicast. */
+#define IPV6_MULTICAST_2	0x00200000  /**< Tunneled IPv6 - Multicast. */
+
+#define IPV6_FRAG_1		0x00000004  /**< IPV6 reassembly option.
+			IPV6 Reassembly manipulation requires network
+			environment with IPV6 header and IPV6_FRAG_1 option;
+			in case where fragment found, the fragment-extension offset
+			may be found at 'shim2' (in parser-result). */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+typedef protocolOpt_t   capwapProtocolOpt_t;	/**< CAPWAP protocol options. */
+#define CAPWAP_FRAG_1		0x00000008  /**< CAPWAP reassembly option.
+			CAPWAP Reassembly manipulation requires network
+			environment with CAPWAP header and CAPWAP_FRAG_1 option;
+			in case where fragment found, the fragment-extension offset
+			may be found at 'shim2' (in parser-result). */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+
+/* @} */
+
+#define FM_PCD_MANIP_MAX_HDR_SIZE	256
+#define FM_PCD_MANIP_DSCP_TO_VLAN_TRANS	64
+
+/**
+ @Collection	A set of definitions to support Header Manipulation selection.
+*/
+typedef uint32_t		hdrManipFlags_t;
+		/**< A general type to define a HMan update command flags. */
+
+typedef hdrManipFlags_t	ipv4HdrManipUpdateFlags_t;
+		/**< IPv4 protocol HMan update command flags. */
+
+#define HDR_MANIP_IPV4_TOS	0x80000000
+			/**< update TOS with the given value ('tos' field
+			of t_FmPcdManipHdrFieldUpdateIpv4) */
+#define HDR_MANIP_IPV4_ID	0x40000000
+			/**< update IP ID with the given value ('id' field
+			of t_FmPcdManipHdrFieldUpdateIpv4) */
+#define HDR_MANIP_IPV4_TTL	0x20000000
+			/**< Decrement TTL by 1 */
+#define HDR_MANIP_IPV4_SRC	0x10000000
+			/**< update IP source address with the given value
+			('src' field of t_FmPcdManipHdrFieldUpdateIpv4) */
+#define HDR_MANIP_IPV4_DST	0x08000000
+			/**< update IP destination address with the given value
+			('dst' field of t_FmPcdManipHdrFieldUpdateIpv4) */
+
+typedef hdrManipFlags_t	ipv6HdrManipUpdateFlags_t;  /**< IPv6 protocol HMan update command flags. */
+
+#define HDR_MANIP_IPV6_TC	0x80000000
+			/**< update Traffic Class address with the given value
+			('trafficClass' field of t_FmPcdManipHdrFieldUpdateIpv6) */
+#define HDR_MANIP_IPV6_HL	0x40000000
+			/**< Decrement Hop Limit by 1 */
+#define HDR_MANIP_IPV6_SRC	0x20000000
+			/**< update IP source address with the given value
+			('src' field of t_FmPcdManipHdrFieldUpdateIpv6) */
+#define HDR_MANIP_IPV6_DST	0x10000000
+			/**< update IP destination address with the given value
+			('dst' field of t_FmPcdManipHdrFieldUpdateIpv6) */
+
+typedef hdrManipFlags_t	tcpUdpHdrManipUpdateFlags_t;
+		/**< TCP/UDP protocol HMan update command flags. */
+
+#define HDR_MANIP_TCP_UDP_SRC	0x80000000
+		/**< update TCP/UDP source address with the given value
+		('src' field of t_FmPcdManipHdrFieldUpdateTcpUdp) */
+#define HDR_MANIP_TCP_UDP_DST	0x40000000
+		/**< update TCP/UDP destination address with the given value
+		('dst' field of t_FmPcdManipHdrFieldUpdateTcpUdp) */
+#define HDR_MANIP_TCP_UDP_CHECKSUM  0x20000000
+		/**< update TCP/UDP checksum */
+
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Description   A type used for returning the order of the key extraction.
+		each value in this array represents the index of the extraction
+		command as defined by the user in the initialization extraction array.
+		The valid size of this array is the user define number of extractions
+		required (also marked by the second '0' in this array).
+*/
+typedef	uint8_t	t_FmPcdKgKeyOrder[FM_PCD_KG_MAX_NUM_OF_EXTRACTS_PER_KEY];
+
+#if ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT))
+/**
+ @Description   Enumeration type for selecting type of statistics mode
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_pcd_stats_type_t {
+	e_FM_PCD_STATS_PER_FLOWID = 0
+		/**< Flow ID is used as index for getting statistics */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_stats_type_t;
+#endif /* ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT)) */
+
+/**
+ @Collection	Definitions for CC statistics
+*/
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+#define FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MAX_NUM_OF_FLR	10
+	/* Maximal supported number of frame length ranges */
+#define FM_PCD_CC_STATS_FLR_SIZE	2
+	/* Size in bytes of a frame length range limit */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+#define FM_PCD_CC_STATS_COUNTER_SIZE	4
+	/* Size in bytes of a frame length range counter */
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining CC keys parameters
+		The driver supports two methods for CC node allocation: dynamic and static.
+		Static mode was created in order to prevent runtime alloc/free
+		of FMan memory (MURAM), which may cause fragmentation; in this mode,
+		the driver automatically allocates the memory according to
+		'maxNumOfKeys' parameter. The driver calculates the maximal memory
+		size that may be used for this CC-Node taking into consideration
+		'maskSupport' and 'statisticsMode' parameters.
+		When 'action' = e_FM_PCD_ACTION_INDEXED_LOOKUP in the extraction
+		parameters of this node, 'maxNumOfKeys' must be equal to 'numOfKeys'.
+		In dynamic mode, 'maxNumOfKeys' must be zero. At initialization,
+		all required structures are allocated according to 'numOfKeys'
+		parameter. During runtime modification, these structures are
+		re-allocated according to the updated number of keys.
+
+		Please note that 'action' and 'icIndxMask' mentioned in the
+		specific parameter explanations are passed in the extraction
+		parameters of the node (fields of extractCcParams.extractNonHdr).
+*/
+typedef struct t_KeysParams {
+	uint16_t	maxNumOfKeys;
+	/**< Maximum number of keys that will (ever) be used in this CC-Node;
+	A value of zero may be used for dynamic memory allocation. */
+	bool		maskSupport;
+		/**< This parameter is relevant only if a node is initialized with
+		'action' = e_FM_PCD_ACTION_EXACT_MATCH and maxNumOfKeys > 0;
+		Should be TRUE to reserve table memory for key masks, even if
+		initial keys do not contain masks, or if the node was initialized
+		as 'empty' (without keys); this will allow user to add keys with
+		masks at runtime.
+		NOTE that if user want to use only global-masks (i.e. one common mask
+		for all the entries within this table, this parameter should set to 'FALSE'. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_stats_mode	statisticsMode;
+			/**< Determines the supported statistics mode for all node's keys.
+			To enable statistics gathering, statistics should be enabled per
+			every key, using 'statisticsEn' in next engine parameters structure
+			of that key;
+			If 'maxNumOfKeys' is set, all required structures will be
+			preallocated for all keys. */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	uint16_t	frameLengthRanges[FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MAX_NUM_OF_FLR];
+		/**< Relevant only for 'RMON' statistics mode
+		(this feature is supported only on B4860 device);
+		Holds a list of programmable thresholds - for each received frame,
+		its length in bytes is examined against these range thresholds and
+		the appropriate counter is incremented by 1 - for example, to belong
+		to range i, the following should hold:
+		range i-1 threshold < frame length <= range i threshold
+		Each range threshold must be larger then its preceding range
+		threshold, and last range threshold must be 0xFFFF. */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+	uint16_t	numOfKeys;
+		/**< Number of initial keys;
+		Note that in case of 'action' = e_FM_PCD_ACTION_INDEXED_LOOKUP,
+		this field should be power-of-2 of the number of bits that are
+		set in 'icIndxMask'. */
+	uint8_t		keySize;
+			/**< Size of key - for extraction of type FULL_FIELD, 'keySize' has
+			to be the standard size of the selected key; For other extraction
+			types, 'keySize' has to be as size of extraction; When 'action' =
+			e_FM_PCD_ACTION_INDEXED_LOOKUP, 'keySize' must be 2. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t	keyParams[FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_KEYS];
+	/**< An array with 'numOfKeys' entries, each entry specifies the
+		corresponding key parameters;
+		When 'action' = e_FM_PCD_ACTION_EXACT_MATCH, this value must not
+		exceed 255 (FM_PCD_MAX_NUM_OF_KEYS-1) as the last entry is saved
+		for the 'miss' entry. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t   ccNextEngineParamsForMiss;
+		/**< Parameters for defining the next engine when a key is not matched;
+			Not relevant if action = e_FM_PCD_ACTION_INDEXED_LOOKUP. */
+} t_KeysParams;
+
+#if ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT))
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining an insertion manipulation
+		of type e_FM_PCD_MANIP_INSRT_TO_START_OF_FRAME_TEMPLATE
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_by_template_params_t {
+	uint8_t	size;	/**< Size of insert template to the start of the frame. */
+	uint8_t	hdrTemplate[FM_PCD_MAX_MANIP_INSRT_TEMPLATE_SIZE];
+			/**< Array of the insertion template. */
+
+	bool		modifyOuterIp;
+			/**< TRUE if user want to modify some fields in outer IP. */
+	struct {
+	uint16_t	ipOuterOffset;
+	/**< Offset of outer IP in the insert template, relevant if modifyOuterIp = TRUE.*/
+	uint16_t	dscpEcn;
+		/**< value of dscpEcn in IP outer, relevant if modifyOuterIp = TRUE.
+		in IPV4 dscpEcn only byte - it has to be adjusted to the right*/
+	bool	udpPresent;
+	/**< TRUE if UDP is present in the insert template, relevant if modifyOuterIp = TRUE.*/
+	uint8_t	udpOffset;
+	/**< Offset in the insert template of UDP, relevant
+	if modifyOuterIp = TRUE and udpPresent=TRUE.*/
+	uint8_t	ipIdentGenId;
+	/**< Used by FMan-CTRL to calculate IP-identification field,
+	relevant if modifyOuterIp = TRUE.*/
+	bool	recalculateLength;
+	/**< TRUE if recalculate length has to be performed due to the engines in the path
+	which can change the frame later, relevant if modifyOuterIp = TRUE.*/
+	struct {
+		uint8_t blockSize;
+	/**< The CAAM block-size; Used by FMan-CTRL to calculate the IP Total Length field.*/
+		uint8_t extraBytesAddedAlignedToBlockSize;
+	/**< Used by FMan-CTRL to calculate the IP Total Length field and UDP length*/
+		uint8_t extraBytesAddedNotAlignedToBlockSize;
+	/**< Used by FMan-CTRL to calculate the IP Total Length field and UDP length.*/
+	} recalculateLengthParams;
+	/**< Recalculate length parameters - relevant
+	if modifyOuterIp = TRUE and recalculateLength = TRUE */
+	} modifyOuterIpParams;
+	/**< Outer IP modification parameters - ignored if modifyOuterIp is FALSE */
+
+	bool	modifyOuterVlan;
+		/**< TRUE if user wants to modify VPri field in the outer VLAN header*/
+	struct {
+	uint8_t	vpri;	/**< Value of VPri, relevant if modifyOuterVlan = TRUE
+			VPri only 3 bits, it has to be adjusted to the right*/
+	} modifyOuterVlanParams;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_insrt_by_template_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining CAPWAP fragmentation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_capwap_fragmentation_params {
+	uint16_t	sizeForFragmentation;
+	/**< if length of the frame is greater than this value,
+		CAPWAP fragmentation will be executed. */
+	bool		headerOptionsCompr;
+	/**< TRUE - first fragment include the CAPWAP header options field,
+		and all other fragments exclude the CAPWAP options field,
+		FALSE - all fragments include CAPWAP header options field. */
+} ioc_capwap_fragmentation_params;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining CAPWAP reassembly
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_capwap_reassembly_params {
+	uint16_t	maxNumFramesInProcess;
+	/**< Number of frames which can be reassembled concurrently; must be power of 2.
+	In case numOfFramesPerHashEntry == e_FM_PCD_MANIP_FOUR_WAYS_HASH,
+	maxNumFramesInProcess has to be in the range of 4 - 512,
+	In case numOfFramesPerHashEntry == e_FM_PCD_MANIP_EIGHT_WAYS_HASH,
+	maxNumFramesInProcess has to be in the range of 8 - 2048 */
+
+	bool	haltOnDuplicationFrag;
+		/**< If TRUE, reassembly process will be halted due to duplicated fragment,
+		and all processed fragments will be enqueued with error indication;
+		If FALSE, only duplicated fragments will be enqueued with error indication. */
+
+	e_FmPcdManipReassemTimeOutMode timeOutMode;
+			/**< Expiration delay initialized by the reassembly process */
+	uint32_t	fqidForTimeOutFrames;
+	/**< FQID in which time out frames will enqueue during Time Out Process  */
+	uint32_t	timeoutRoutineRequestTime;
+		/**< Represents the time interval in microseconds between consecutive
+		timeout routine requests It has to be power of 2. */
+	uint32_t	timeoutThresholdForReassmProcess;
+		/**< Time interval (microseconds) for marking frames in process as too old;
+		Frames in process are those for which at least one fragment was received
+		but not all fragments. */
+
+	e_FmPcdManipReassemWaysNumber   numOfFramesPerHashEntry;
+	/**< Number of frames per hash entry (needed for the reassembly process) */
+} ioc_capwap_reassembly_params;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining fragmentation/reassembly manipulation
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_or_reasm_params_t {
+	bool	frag;		/**< TRUE if using the structure for fragmentation,
+				otherwise this structure is used for reassembly */
+	uint8_t	sgBpid;		/**< Scatter/Gather buffer pool id;
+				Same LIODN number is used for these buffers as for
+				the received frames buffers, so buffers of this pool
+				need to be allocated in the same memory area as the
+				received buffers. If the received buffers arrive
+				from different sources, the Scatter/Gather BP id
+				should be mutual to all these sources. */
+	ioc_net_header_type	hdr;		/**< Header selection */
+	union {
+	ioc_capwap_fragmentation_params	capwapFragParams;
+			/**< Structure for CAPWAP fragmentation,
+			relevant if 'frag' = TRUE, 'hdr' = HEADER_TYPE_CAPWAP */
+	ioc_capwap_reassembly_params	capwapReasmParams;
+			/**< Structure for CAPWAP reassembly,
+			relevant if 'frag' = FALSE, 'hdr' = HEADER_TYPE_CAPWAP */
+	} u;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_frag_or_reasm_params_t;
+#endif /* ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT)) */
+
+/**
+ @Description   Parameters for defining custom header manipulation for generic field replacement
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_gen_field_replace {
+	uint8_t		srcOffset; /**< Location of new data - Offset from
+				Parse Result  (>= 16, srcOffset+size <= 32, ) */
+	uint8_t		dstOffset; /**< Location of data to be overwritten - Offset from
+				start of frame (dstOffset + size <= 256). */
+	uint8_t		size; /**< The number of bytes (<=16) to be replaced */
+	uint8_t		mask;	/**< Optional 1 byte mask. Set to select bits for
+				replacement (1 - bit will be replaced);
+				Clear to use field as is. */
+	uint8_t		maskOffset;	/**< Relevant if mask != 0;
+					Mask offset within the replaces "size" */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_manip_hdr_custom_gen_field_replace;
+
+#if ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT))
+/**
+ @Description   structure for defining statistics node
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_stats_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_pcd_stats_type_t	type;   /**< type of statistics node */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_stats_params_t;
+#endif /* ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT)) */
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsSet
+
+ @Description   Define a set of Network Environment Characteristics.
+
+		When setting an environment it is important to understand its
+		application. It is not meant to describe the flows that will run
+		on the ports using this environment, but what the user means TO DO
+		with the PCD mechanisms in order to parse-classify-distribute those
+		frames.
+		By specifying a distinction unit, the user means it would use that option
+		for distinction between frames at either a KeyGen scheme or a coarse
+		classification action descriptor. Using interchangeable headers to define a
+		unit means that the user is indifferent to which of the interchangeable
+		headers is present in the frame, and wants the distinction to be based
+		on the presence of either one of them.
+
+		Depending on context, there are limitations to the use of environments. A
+		port using the PCD functionality is bound to an environment. Some or even
+		all ports may share an environment but also an environment per port is
+		possible. When initializing a scheme, a classification plan group (see below),
+		or a coarse classification tree, one of the initialized environments must be
+		stated and related to. When a port is bound to a scheme, a classification
+		plan group, or a coarse classification tree, it MUST be bound to the same
+		environment.
+
+		The different PCD modules, may relate (for flows definition) ONLY on
+		distinction units as defined by their environment. When initializing a
+		scheme for example, it may not choose to select IPV4 as a match for
+		recognizing flows unless it was defined in the relating environment. In
+		fact, to guide the user through the configuration of the PCD, each module's
+		characterization in terms of flows is not done using protocol names, but using
+		environment indexes.
+
+		In terms of HW implementation, the list of distinction units sets the LCV
+		vectors and later used for match vector, classification plan vectors and
+		coarse classification indexing.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	p_NetEnvParams  A structure of parameters for the initialization of
+				the network environment.
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized object on success; NULL code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+t_Handle FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsSet(t_Handle,
+					 ioc_fm_pcd_net_env_params_t *);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsDelete
+
+ @Description   Deletes a set of Network Environment Characteristics.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_NetEnv	A handle to the Network environment.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_NetEnvCharacteristicsDelete(t_Handle h_NetEnv);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet
+
+ @Description   Initializing or modifying and enabling a scheme for the KeyGen.
+		This routine should be called for adding or modifying a scheme.
+		When a scheme needs modifying, the API requires that it will be
+		rewritten. In such a case 'modify' should be TRUE. If the
+		routine is called for a valid scheme and 'modify' is FALSE,
+		it will return error.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	If this is a new scheme - A handle to an FM PCD Module.
+				Otherwise NULL (ignored by driver).
+ @Param[in,out] p_SchemeParams  A structure of parameters for defining the scheme
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized scheme on success; NULL code otherwise.
+		When used as "modify" (rather than for setting a new scheme),
+		p_SchemeParams->id.h_Scheme will return NULL if action fails due to scheme
+		BUSY state.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+t_Handle FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+			    ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_params_t *p_SchemeParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSchemeDelete
+
+ @Description   Deleting an initialized scheme.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Scheme	scheme handle as returned by FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet()
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init() & FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet().
+*/
+uint32_t	FM_PCD_KgSchemeDelete(t_Handle h_Scheme);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSchemeGetCounter
+
+ @Description   Reads scheme packet counter.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Scheme	scheme handle as returned by FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet().
+
+ @Return	Counter's current value.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init() & FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet().
+*/
+uint32_t  FM_PCD_KgSchemeGetCounter(t_Handle h_Scheme);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_KgSchemeSetCounter
+
+ @Description   Writes scheme packet counter.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Scheme	scheme handle as returned by FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet().
+ @Param[in]	value	New scheme counter value - typically '0' for
+				resetting the counter.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init() & FM_PCD_KgSchemeSet().
+*/
+uint32_t  FM_PCD_KgSchemeSetCounter(t_Handle h_Scheme,
+			uint32_t value);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_PlcrProfileSet
+
+ @Description   Sets a profile entry in the policer profile table.
+		The routine overrides any existing value.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	A handle to an FM PCD Module.
+ @Param[in]	p_Profile	A structure of parameters for defining a
+				policer profile entry.
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized object on success; NULL code otherwise.
+		When used as "modify" (rather than for setting a new profile),
+		p_Profile->id.h_Profile will return NULL if action fails due to profile
+		BUSY state.
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+t_Handle FM_PCD_PlcrProfileSet(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+			       ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_params_t  *p_Profile);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_PlcrProfileDelete
+
+ @Description   Delete a profile entry in the policer profile table.
+		The routine set entry to invalid.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Profile	A handle to the profile.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_PlcrProfileDelete(t_Handle h_Profile);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_PlcrProfileGetCounter
+
+ @Description   Sets an entry in the classification plan.
+		The routine overrides any existing value.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Profile	A handle to the profile.
+ @Param[in]	counter	Counter selector.
+
+ @Return	specific counter value.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_PlcrProfileGetCounter(t_Handle 	h_Profile,
+			ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_counters	counter);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_PlcrProfileSetCounter
+
+ @Description   Sets an entry in the classification plan.
+		The routine overrides any existing value.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_Profile	A handle to the profile.
+ @Param[in]	counter	Counter selector.
+ @Param[in]	value	value to set counter with.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_PlcrProfileSetCounter(t_Handle h_Profile,
+				      ioc_fm_pcd_plcr_profile_counters counter,
+					uint32_t		value);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_CcRootBuild
+
+ @Description   This routine must be called to define a complete coarse
+		classification tree. This is the way to define coarse
+		classification to a certain flow - the KeyGen schemes
+		may point only to trees defined in this way.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	p_Params	A structure of parameters to define the tree.
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized object on success; NULL code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+t_Handle FM_PCD_CcRootBuild(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+			     ioc_fm_pcd_cc_tree_params_t  *p_Params);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_CcRootDelete
+
+ @Description   Deleting an built tree.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcTree	A handle to a CC tree.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_CcRootDelete(t_Handle h_CcTree);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_CcRootModifyNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Modify the Next Engine Parameters in the entry of the tree.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcTree			A handle to the tree
+ @Param[in]	grpId			A Group index in the tree
+ @Param[in]	index			Entry index in the group defined by grpId
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams   Pointer to new next engine parameters
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_CcBuildTree().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_CcRootModifyNextEngine(t_Handle h_CcTree,
+		uint8_t		grpId,
+		uint8_t		index,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t *p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableSet
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called for each CC (coarse classification)
+		node. The whole CC tree should be built bottom up so that each
+		node points to already defined nodes.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	p_Param	A structure of parameters defining the CC node
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized object on success; NULL code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+t_Handle   FM_PCD_MatchTableSet(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_cc_node_params_t *p_Param);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableDelete
+
+ @Description   Deleting an built node.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode	A handle to a CC node.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableDelete(t_Handle h_CcNode);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyMissNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Modify the Next Engine Parameters of the Miss key case of the node.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode			A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams   Parameters for defining next engine
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet();
+		Not relevant in the case the node is of type 'INDEXED_LOOKUP'.
+		When configuring nextEngine = e_FM_PCD_CC, note that
+		p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams->ccParams.h_CcNode must be different
+		from the currently changed table.
+
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyMissNextEngine(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+	       ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t *p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableRemoveKey
+
+ @Description   Remove the key (including next engine parameters of this key)
+		defined by the index of the relevant node.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode			A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keyIndex			Key index for removing
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() was called for this
+		node and the nodes that lead to it.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableRemoveKey(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+			uint16_t keyIndex);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableAddKey
+
+ @Description   Add the key (including next engine parameters of this key in the
+		index defined by the keyIndex. Note that 'FM_PCD_LAST_KEY_INDEX'
+		may be used by user that don't care about the position of the
+		key in the table - in that case, the key will be automatically
+		added by the driver in the last available entry.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode	A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keyIndex	Key index for adding.
+ @Param[in]	keySize	Key size of added key
+ @Param[in]	p_KeyParams  A pointer to the parameters includes
+				new key with Next Engine Parameters
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() was called for this
+		node and the nodes that lead to it.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableAddKey(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+				uint16_t		keyIndex,
+				uint8_t		keySize,
+				ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t  *p_KeyParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Modify the Next Engine Parameters in the relevant key entry of the node.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode			A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keyIndex			Key index for Next Engine modifications
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams   Parameters for defining next engine
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet().
+		When configuring nextEngine = e_FM_PCD_CC, note that
+		p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams->ccParams.h_CcNode must be different
+		from the currently changed table.
+
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyNextEngine(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+		uint16_t		keyIndex,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t *p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyKeyAndNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Modify the key and Next Engine Parameters of this key in the
+		index defined by the keyIndex.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode			A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keyIndex			Key index for adding
+ @Param[in]	keySize			Key size of added key
+ @Param[in]	p_KeyParams		A pointer to the parameters includes
+					modified key and modified Next Engine Params
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() was called for this
+		node and the nodes that lead to it.
+		When configuring nextEngine = e_FM_PCD_CC, note that
+		p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams->ccParams.h_CcNode must be different
+		from the currently changed table.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyKeyAndNextEngine(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+				uint16_t		keyIndex,
+				uint8_t		keySize,
+				ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t  *p_KeyParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyKey
+
+ @Description   Modify the key in the index defined by the keyIndex.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode			A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keyIndex			Key index for adding
+ @Param[in]	keySize			Key size of added key
+ @Param[in]	p_Key			A pointer to the new key
+ @Param[in]	p_Mask			A pointer to the new mask if relevant,
+						otherwise pointer to NULL
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() was called for this
+		node and the nodes that lead to it.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableModifyKey(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+				uint16_t keyIndex,
+				uint8_t  keySize,
+				uint8_t  *p_Key,
+				uint8_t  *p_Mask);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableFindNRemoveKey
+
+ @Description   Remove the key (including next engine parameters of this key)
+		defined by the key and mask. Note that this routine will search
+		the node to locate the index of the required key (& mask) to remove.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode			A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keySize			Key size of the one to remove.
+ @Param[in]	p_Key			A pointer to the requested key to remove.
+ @Param[in]	p_Mask			A pointer to the mask if relevant,
+						otherwise pointer to NULL
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() was called for this
+		node and the nodes that lead to it.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableFindNRemoveKey(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+					uint8_t  keySize,
+					uint8_t  *p_Key,
+					uint8_t  *p_Mask);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableFindNModifyNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Modify the Next Engine Parameters in the relevant key entry of
+		the node. Note that this routine will search the node to locate
+		the index of the required key (& mask) to modify.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode			A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keySize			Key size of the one to modify.
+ @Param[in]	p_Key			A pointer to the requested key to modify.
+ @Param[in]	p_Mask			A pointer to the mask if relevant,
+						otherwise pointer to NULL
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams   Parameters for defining next engine
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet().
+		When configuring nextEngine = e_FM_PCD_CC, note that
+		p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams->ccParams.h_CcNode must be different
+		from the currently changed table.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableFindNModifyNextEngine(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+		uint8_t		keySize,
+		uint8_t		*p_Key,
+		uint8_t		*p_Mask,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t *p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableFindNModifyKeyAndNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Modify the key and Next Engine Parameters of this key in the
+		index defined by the keyIndex. Note that this routine will search
+		the node to locate the index of the required key (& mask) to modify.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode			A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keySize			Key size of the one to modify.
+ @Param[in]	p_Key			A pointer to the requested key to modify.
+ @Param[in]	p_Mask			A pointer to the mask if relevant,
+						otherwise pointer to NULL
+ @Param[in]	p_KeyParams		A pointer to the parameters includes
+					modified key and modified Next Engine Params
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() was called for this
+		node and the nodes that lead to it.
+		When configuring nextEngine = e_FM_PCD_CC, note that
+		p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams->ccParams.h_CcNode must be different
+		from the currently changed table.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableFindNModifyKeyAndNextEngine(
+				t_Handle	h_CcNode,
+				uint8_t		keySize,
+				uint8_t		*p_Key,
+				uint8_t		*p_Mask,
+				ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t  *p_KeyParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableFindNModifyKey
+
+ @Description   Modify the key  in the index defined by the keyIndex. Note that
+		this routine will search the node to locate the index of the
+		required key (& mask) to modify.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode			A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keySize			Key size of the one to modify.
+ @Param[in]	p_Key			A pointer to the requested key to modify.
+ @Param[in]	p_Mask			A pointer to the mask if relevant,
+						otherwise pointer to NULL
+ @Param[in]	p_NewKey			A pointer to the new key
+ @Param[in]	p_NewMask		A pointer to the new mask if relevant,
+						otherwise pointer to NULL
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet() was called for this
+		node and the nodes that lead to it.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableFindNModifyKey(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+					uint8_t  keySize,
+					uint8_t  *p_Key,
+					uint8_t  *p_Mask,
+					uint8_t  *p_NewKey,
+					uint8_t  *p_NewMask);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableGetKeyCounter
+
+ @Description   This routine may be used to get a counter of specific key in a CC
+		Node; This counter reflects how many frames passed that were matched
+		this key.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode	A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keyIndex	Key index for adding
+
+ @Return	The specific key counter.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableGetKeyCounter(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+				uint16_t keyIndex);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableGetKeyStatistics
+
+ @Description   This routine may be used to get statistics counters of specific key
+		in a CC Node.
+
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_FRAME' and
+		'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_BYTE_AND_FRAME' were set for this node,
+		these counters reflect how many frames passed that were matched
+		this key; The total frames count will be returned in the counter
+		of the first range (as only one frame length range was defined).
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_RMON' was set for this node, the total
+		frame count will be separated to frame length counters, based on
+		provided frame length ranges.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode	A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keyIndex	Key index for adding
+ @Param[out]	p_KeyStatistics Key statistics counters
+
+ @Return	The specific key statistics.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableGetKeyStatistics(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+			uint16_t		keyIndex,
+			ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_statistics_t	*p_KeyStatistics);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableGetMissStatistics
+
+ @Description   This routine may be used to get statistics counters of miss entry
+		in a CC Node.
+
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_FRAME' and
+		'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_BYTE_AND_FRAME' were set for this node,
+		these counters reflect how many frames were not matched to any
+		existing key and therefore passed through the miss entry; The
+		total frames count will be returned in the counter of the
+		first range (as only one frame length range was defined).
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode		A handle to the node
+ @Param[out]	p_MissStatistics	Statistics counters for 'miss'
+
+ @Return	The statistics for 'miss'.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableGetMissStatistics(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+		    ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_statistics_t	*p_MissStatistics);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableFindNGetKeyStatistics
+
+ @Description   This routine may be used to get statistics counters of specific key
+		in a CC Node.
+
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_FRAME' and
+		'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_BYTE_AND_FRAME' were set for this node,
+		these counters reflect how many frames passed that were matched
+		this key; The total frames count will be returned in the counter
+		of the first range (as only one frame length range was defined).
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_RMON' was set for this node, the total
+		frame count will be separated to frame length counters, based on
+		provided frame length ranges.
+		Note that this routine will search the node to locate the index
+		of the required key based on received key parameters.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode	A handle to the node
+ @Param[in]	keySize	Size of the requested key
+ @Param[in]	p_Key	A pointer to the requested key
+ @Param[in]	p_Mask	A pointer to the mask if relevant,
+				otherwise pointer to NULL
+ @Param[out]	p_KeyStatistics Key statistics counters
+
+ @Return	The specific key statistics.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_MatchTableSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableFindNGetKeyStatistics(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+			uint8_t		keySize,
+			uint8_t		*p_Key,
+			uint8_t		*p_Mask,
+			ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_statistics_t   *p_KeyStatistics);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableGetNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Gets NextEngine of the relevant keyIndex.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode			A handle to the node.
+ @Param[in]	keyIndex			keyIndex in the relevant node.
+ @Param[out]	p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams   here updated nextEngine parameters for
+						the relevant keyIndex of the CC Node
+						received as parameter to this function
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableGetNextEngine(t_Handle 	h_CcNode,
+	uint16_t			keyIndex,
+	ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t	*p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PCD_MatchTableGetIndexedHashBucket
+
+ @Description   This routine simulates KeyGen operation on the provided key and
+		calculates to which hash bucket it will be mapped.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_CcNode		A handle to the node.
+ @Param[in]	kgKeySize		Key size as it was configured in the KG
+					scheme that leads to this hash.
+ @Param[in]	p_KgKey		Pointer to the key; must be like the key
+					that the KG is generated, i.e. the same
+					extraction and with mask if exist.
+ @Param[in]	kgHashShift		Hash-shift as it was configured in the KG
+					scheme that leads to this hash.
+ @Param[out]	p_CcNodeBucketHandle	Pointer to the bucket of the provided key.
+ @Param[out]	p_BucketIndex	Index to the bucket of the provided key
+ @Param[out]	p_LastIndex		Pointer to last index in the bucket of the
+					provided key.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet()
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_MatchTableGetIndexedHashBucket(t_Handle h_CcNode,
+				uint8_t	kgKeySize,
+				uint8_t	*p_KgKey,
+				uint8_t	kgHashShift,
+				t_Handle	*p_CcNodeBucketHandle,
+				uint8_t	*p_BucketIndex,
+				uint16_t	*p_LastIndex);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableSet
+
+ @Description   This routine initializes a hash table structure.
+		KeyGen hash result determines the hash bucket.
+		Next, KeyGen key is compared against all keys of this
+		bucket (exact match).
+		Number of sets (number of buckets) of the hash equals to the
+		number of 1-s in 'hashResMask' in the provided parameters.
+		Number of hash table ways is then calculated by dividing
+		'maxNumOfKeys' equally between the hash sets. This is the maximal
+		number of keys that a hash bucket may hold.
+		The hash table is initialized empty and keys may be
+		added to it following the initialization. Keys masks are not
+		supported in current hash table implementation.
+		The initialized hash table can be integrated as a node in a
+		CC tree.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd	FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	p_Param	A structure of parameters defining the hash table
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized object on success; NULL code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+t_Handle FM_PCD_HashTableSet(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+	ioc_fm_pcd_hash_table_params_t *p_Param);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableDelete
+
+ @Description   This routine deletes the provided hash table and released all
+		its allocated resources.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_HashTbl	A handle to a hash table
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_HashTableDelete(t_Handle h_HashTbl);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableAddKey
+
+ @Description   This routine adds the provided key (including next engine
+		parameters of this key) to the hash table.
+		The key is added as the last key of the bucket that it is
+		mapped to.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_HashTbl	A handle to a hash table
+ @Param[in]	keySize	Key size of added key
+ @Param[in]	p_KeyParams  A pointer to the parameters includes
+				new key with next engine parameters; The pointer
+				to the key mask must be NULL, as masks are not
+				supported in hash table implementation.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_HashTableAddKey(t_Handle h_HashTbl,
+				uint8_t		keySize,
+				ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_params_t  *p_KeyParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableRemoveKey
+
+ @Description   This routine removes the requested key (including next engine
+		parameters of this key) from the hash table.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_HashTbl	A handle to a hash table
+ @Param[in]	keySize	Key size of the one to remove.
+ @Param[in]	p_Key	A pointer to the requested key to remove.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_HashTableRemoveKey(t_Handle h_HashTbl,
+				uint8_t  keySize,
+				uint8_t  *p_Key);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableModifyNextEngine
+
+ @Description   This routine modifies the next engine for the provided key. The
+		key should be previously added to the hash table.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_HashTbl		A handle to a hash table
+ @Param[in]	keySize			Key size of the key to modify.
+ @Param[in]	p_Key			A pointer to the requested key to modify.
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams   A structure for defining new next engine
+						parameters.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+		When configuring nextEngine = e_FM_PCD_CC, note that
+		p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams->ccParams.h_CcNode must be different
+		from the currently changed table.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_HashTableModifyNextEngine(t_Handle h_HashTbl,
+		uint8_t		keySize,
+		uint8_t		*p_Key,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t *p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableModifyMissNextEngine
+
+ @Description   This routine modifies the next engine on key match miss.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_HashTbl		A handle to a hash table
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams   A structure for defining new next engine
+						parameters.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+		When configuring nextEngine = e_FM_PCD_CC, note that
+		p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams->ccParams.h_CcNode must be different
+		from the currently changed table.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_HashTableModifyMissNextEngine(t_Handle h_HashTbl,
+	      ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t *p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableGetMissNextEngine
+
+ @Description   Gets NextEngine in case of key match miss.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_HashTbl		A handle to a hash table
+ @Param[out]	p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams   Next engine parameters for the specified
+						hash table.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_HashTableGetMissNextEngine(t_Handle	h_HashTbl,
+	   ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t	*p_FmPcdCcNextEngineParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableFindNGetKeyStatistics
+
+ @Description   This routine may be used to get statistics counters of specific key
+		in a hash table.
+
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_FRAME' and
+		'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_BYTE_AND_FRAME' were set for this node,
+		these counters reflect how many frames passed that were matched
+		this key; The total frames count will be returned in the counter
+		of the first range (as only one frame length range was defined).
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_RMON' was set for this node, the total
+		frame count will be separated to frame length counters, based on
+		provided frame length ranges.
+		Note that this routine will identify the bucket of this key in
+		the hash table and will search the bucket to locate the index
+		of the required key based on received key parameters.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_HashTbl	A handle to a hash table
+ @Param[in]	keySize	Size of the requested key
+ @Param[in]	p_Key	A pointer to the requested key
+ @Param[out]	p_KeyStatistics Key statistics counters
+
+ @Return	The specific key statistics.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_HashTableFindNGetKeyStatistics(t_Handle h_HashTbl,
+			uint8_t		keySize,
+			uint8_t		*p_Key,
+			ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_statistics_t   *p_KeyStatistics);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_HashTableGetMissStatistics
+
+ @Description   This routine may be used to get statistics counters of 'miss'
+		entry of the a hash table.
+
+		If 'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_FRAME' and
+		'e_FM_PCD_CC_STATS_MODE_BYTE_AND_FRAME' were set for this node,
+		these counters reflect how many frames were not matched to any
+		existing key and therefore passed through the miss entry;
+
+ @Param[in]	h_HashTbl	A handle to a hash table
+ @Param[out]	p_MissStatistics	Statistics counters for 'miss'
+
+ @Return	The statistics for 'miss'.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_HashTableSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_HashTableGetMissStatistics(t_Handle	h_HashTbl,
+			ioc_fm_pcd_cc_key_statistics_t   *p_MissStatistics);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ManipNodeSet
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called for defining a manipulation
+		node. A manipulation node must be defined before the CC node
+		that precedes it.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd		FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPcdManipParams  A structure of parameters defining the manipulation
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized object on success; NULL code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+t_Handle FM_PCD_ManipNodeSet(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_params_t *p_FmPcdManipParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ManipNodeDelete
+
+ @Description   Delete an existing manipulation node.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_ManipNode	A handle to a manipulation node.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_ManipNodeSet().
+*/
+uint32_t  FM_PCD_ManipNodeDelete(t_Handle h_ManipNode);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ManipGetStatistics
+
+ @Description   Retrieve the manipulation statistics.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_ManipNode	A handle to a manipulation node.
+ @Param[out]	p_FmPcdManipStats   A structure for retrieving the manipulation statistics
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_ManipNodeSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_ManipGetStatistics(t_Handle h_ManipNode,
+	ioc_fm_pcd_manip_stats_t *p_FmPcdManipStats);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_ManipNodeReplace
+
+ @Description   Change existing manipulation node to be according to new requirement.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_ManipNode	A handle to a manipulation node.
+ @Param[out]	p_ManipParams	A structure of parameters defining the change requirement
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_ManipNodeSet().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_ManipNodeReplace(t_Handle h_ManipNode,
+ioc_fm_pcd_manip_params_t *p_ManipParams);
+
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_FrmReplicSetGroup
+
+ @Description   Initialize a Frame Replicator group.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd		FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	p_FrmReplicGroupParam  A structure of parameters for the initialization of
+					the frame replicator group.
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized object on success; NULL code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+t_Handle FM_PCD_FrmReplicSetGroup(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_frm_replic_group_params_t *p_FrmReplicGroupParam);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_FrmReplicDeleteGroup
+
+ @Description   Delete a Frame Replicator group.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FrmReplicGroup  A handle to the frame replicator group.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success;  Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_FrmReplicSetGroup().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_FrmReplicDeleteGroup(t_Handle h_FrmReplicGroup);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_FrmReplicAddMember
+
+ @Description   Add the member in the index defined by the memberIndex.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FrmReplicGroup   A handle to the frame replicator group.
+ @Param[in]	memberIndex	member index for adding.
+ @Param[in]	p_MemberParams	A pointer to the new member parameters.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_FrmReplicSetGroup() of this group.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_FrmReplicAddMember(t_Handle h_FrmReplicGroup,
+			uint16_t		memberIndex,
+			ioc_fm_pcd_cc_next_engine_params_t *p_MemberParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_FrmReplicRemoveMember
+
+ @Description   Remove the member defined by the index from the relevant group.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FrmReplicGroup   A handle to the frame replicator group.
+ @Param[in]	memberIndex	member index for removing.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_FrmReplicSetGroup() of this group.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PCD_FrmReplicRemoveMember(t_Handle h_FrmReplicGroup,
+				      uint16_t memberIndex);
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+
+#if ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT))
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PCD_StatisticsSetNode
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called for defining a statistics node.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPcd		FM PCD module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPcdstatsParams  A structure of parameters defining the statistics
+
+ @Return	A handle to the initialized object on success; NULL code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PCD_Init().
+*/
+t_Handle FM_PCD_StatisticsSetNode(t_Handle h_FmPcd,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_stats_params_t *p_FmPcdstatsParams);
+#endif /* ((DPAA_VERSION == 10) && defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT)) */
+
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PCD_Runtime_build_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PCD_Runtime_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PCD_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_grp group */
+
+#endif /* __FM_PCD_EXT_H */
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_port_ext.h b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_port_ext.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..e937eec5b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/fm_port_ext.h
@@ -0,0 +1,3512 @@ 
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0)
+ * Copyright 2008-2012 Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
+ * Copyright 2017-2020 NXP
+ */
+
+#ifndef __FM_PORT_EXT_H
+#define __FM_PORT_EXT_H
+
+#include <errno.h>
+#include "ncsw_ext.h"
+#include "fm_pcd_ext.h"
+#include "fm_ext.h"
+#include "net_ext.h"
+#include "dpaa_integration.h"
+
+/**
+ @Description   FM Port routines
+*/
+
+/**
+
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_grp Frame Manager Linux IOCTL API
+
+ @Description   FM Linux ioctls definitions and enums
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_PORT_grp FM Port
+
+ @Description   FM Port API
+
+	The FM uses a general module called "port" to represent a Tx port
+	(MAC), an Rx port (MAC), offline parsing flow or host command
+	flow. There may be up to 17 (may change) ports in an FM - 5 Tx
+	ports (4 for the 1G MACs, 1 for the 10G MAC), 5 Rx Ports, and 7
+	Host command/Offline parsing ports. The SW driver manages these
+	ports as sub-modules of the FM, i.e. after an FM is initialized,
+	its ports may be initialized and operated upon.
+
+	The port is initialized aware of its type, but other functions on
+	a port may be indifferent to its type. When necessary, the driver
+	verifies coherency and returns error if applicable.
+
+	On initialization, user specifies the port type and it's index
+	(relative to the port's type). Host command and Offline parsing
+	ports share the same id range, I.e user may not initialized host
+	command port 0 and offline parsing port 0.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   An enum for defining port PCD modes.
+	(Must match enum e_FmPortPcdSupport defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+
+	This enum defines the superset of PCD engines support - i.e. not
+	all engines have to be used, but all have to be enabled. The real
+	flow of a specific frame depends on the PCD configuration and the
+	frame headers and payload.
+	Note: the first engine and the first engine after the parser (if
+	exists) should be in order, the order is important as it will
+	define the flow of the port. However, as for the rest engines
+	(the ones that follows), the order is not important anymore as
+	it is defined by the PCD graph itself.
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_port_pcd_support {
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_NONE = 0	/**< BMI to BMI, PCD is not used */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_ONLY	/**< Use only Parser */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PLCR_ONLY	/**< Use only Policer */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_PLCR/**< Use Parser and Policer */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG	/**< Use Parser and Keygen */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_CC
+			/**< Use Parser, Keygen and Coarse Classification */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_CC_AND_PLCR
+			/**< Use all PCD engines */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_PLCR
+			/**< Use Parser, Keygen and Policer */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_CC
+			/**< Use Parser and Coarse Classification */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_CC_AND_PLCR
+			/**< Use Parser and Coarse Classification and Policer */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_CC_ONLY	/**< Use only Coarse Classification */
+#if (defined(FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT) && (DPAA_VERSION == 10))
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_CC_AND_KG
+			/**< Use Coarse Classification,and Keygen */
+	, e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_CC_AND_KG_AND_PLCR
+			/**< Use Coarse Classification, Keygen and Policer */
+#endif /* FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT */
+} ioc_fm_port_pcd_support;
+
+/**
+ @Collection   FM Frame error
+*/
+typedef uint32_t	ioc_fm_port_frame_err_select_t;
+	/**< typedef for defining Frame Descriptor errors */
+
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Description   An enum for defining Dual Tx rate limiting scale.
+	(Must match e_FmPortDualRateLimiterScaleDown defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_port_dual_rate_limiter_scale_down {
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_DUAL_RATE_LIMITER_NONE = 0,
+			/**< Use only single rate limiter*/
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_DUAL_RATE_LIMITER_SCALE_DOWN_BY_2,
+			/**< Divide high rate limiter by 2 */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_DUAL_RATE_LIMITER_SCALE_DOWN_BY_4,
+			/**< Divide high rate limiter by 4 */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_DUAL_RATE_LIMITER_SCALE_DOWN_BY_8
+			/**< Divide high rate limiter by 8 */
+} ioc_fm_port_dual_rate_limiter_scale_down;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining Tx rate limiting
+	(Must match struct t_FmPortRateLimit defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_rate_limit_t {
+	uint16_t	max_burst_size;/**< in KBytes for Tx ports, in frames
+			for offline parsing ports. (note that
+			for early chips burst size is
+			rounded up to a multiply of 1000 frames).*/
+	uint32_t	rate_limit;/**< in Kb/sec for Tx ports, in frame/sec for
+				offline parsing ports. Rate limit refers to
+				data rate (rather than line rate). */
+	ioc_fm_port_dual_rate_limiter_scale_down rate_limit_divider;
+		/**< For offline parsing ports only. Not-valid
+		for some earlier chip revisions */
+} ioc_fm_port_rate_limit_t;
+
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_PORT_runtime_control_grp FM Port Runtime Control Unit
+
+ @Description FM Port Runtime control unit API functions, definitions and enums.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   An enum for defining FM Port counters.
+		(Must match enum e_FmPortCounters defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef enum ioc_fm_port_counters {
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_CYCLE,	/**< BMI performance counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_TASK_UTIL,	/**< BMI performance counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_QUEUE_UTIL,	/**< BMI performance counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DMA_UTIL,	/**< BMI performance counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_FIFO_UTIL,	/**< BMI performance counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_PAUSE_ACTIVATION,
+					/**< BMI Rx only performance counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_FRAME,		/**< BMI statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DISCARD_FRAME,	/**< BMI statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DEALLOC_BUF,
+					/**< BMI deallocate buffer statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_BAD_FRAME,	/**< BMI Rx only statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_LARGE_FRAME,	/**< BMI Rx only statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_FILTER_FRAME,
+					/**< BMI Rx & OP only statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_LIST_DMA_ERR,
+					/**< BMI Rx, OP & HC only statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_OUT_OF_BUFFERS_DISCARD,
+					/**< BMI Rx, OP & HC statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_PREPARE_TO_ENQUEUE_COUNTER,
+					/**< BMI Rx, OP & HC only statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_WRED_DISCARD,/**< BMI OP & HC only statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_LENGTH_ERR,	/**< BMI non-Rx statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_UNSUPPRTED_FORMAT,/**< BMI non-Rx statistics counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DEQ_TOTAL,/**< QMI total QM dequeues counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_ENQ_TOTAL,/**< QMI total QM enqueues counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DEQ_FROM_DEFAULT,/**< QMI counter */
+	e_IOC_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DEQ_CONFIRM	/**< QMI counter */
+} ioc_fm_port_counters;
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_bmi_stats_t {
+	uint32_t cnt_cycle;
+	uint32_t cnt_task_util;
+	uint32_t cnt_queue_util;
+	uint32_t cnt_dma_util;
+	uint32_t cnt_fifo_util;
+	uint32_t cnt_rx_pause_activation;
+	uint32_t cnt_frame;
+	uint32_t cnt_discard_frame;
+	uint32_t cnt_dealloc_buf;
+	uint32_t cnt_rx_bad_frame;
+	uint32_t cnt_rx_large_frame;
+	uint32_t cnt_rx_filter_frame;
+	uint32_t cnt_rx_list_dma_err;
+	uint32_t cnt_rx_out_of_buffers_discard;
+	uint32_t cnt_wred_discard;
+	uint32_t cnt_length_err;
+	uint32_t cnt_unsupported_format;
+} ioc_fm_port_bmi_stats_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Port id parameters.
+		(Description may be inaccurate;
+		must match struct t_FmPortCongestionGrps defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+
+		Fields commented 'IN' are passed by the port module to be used
+		by the FM module.
+		Fields commented 'OUT' will be filled by FM before returning to port.
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_congestion_groups_t {
+	uint16_t	num_of_congestion_grps_to_consider;
+			/**< The number of required congestion groups
+			to define the size of the following array */
+	uint8_t	congestion_grps_to_consider[FM_PORT_NUM_OF_CONGESTION_GRPS];
+		/**< An array of CG indexes;
+		Note that the size of the array should be
+		'num_of_congestion_grps_to_consider'. */
+#if DPAA_VERSION >= 11
+	bool	pfc_priorities_enable[FM_PORT_NUM_OF_CONGESTION_GRPS][FM_MAX_NUM_OF_PFC_PRIORITIES];
+		/**< A matrix that represents the map between the CG ids
+		defined in 'congestion_grps_to_consider' to the priorities
+		mapping array. */
+#endif /* DPAA_VERSION >= 11 */
+} ioc_fm_port_congestion_groups_t;
+
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_Disable
+
+ @Description   Gracefully disable an FM port. The port will not start new
+		tasks after all tasks associated with the port are terminated.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	This is a blocking routine, it returns after port is
+		gracefully stopped, i.e. the port will not except new frames,
+		but it will finish all frames or tasks which were already began
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_DISABLE   _IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(1))
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_Enable
+
+ @Description   A runtime routine provided to allow disable/enable of port.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_ENABLE   _IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(2))
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetRateLimit
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables rate limit algorithm.
+		By default, this functionality is disabled.
+
+		Note that rate - limit mechanism uses the FM time stamp.
+		The selected rate limit specified here would be
+		rounded DOWN to the nearest 16M.
+
+		May be used for Tx and offline parsing ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_port_rate_limit A structure of rate limit parameters
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_SET_RATE_LIMIT \
+	IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(3), ioc_fm_port_rate_limit_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_DeleteRateLimit
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine disables the previously enabled rate limit.
+
+		May be used for Tx and offline parsing ports only
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_DELETE_RATE_LIMIT _IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(5))
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_REMOVE_RATE_LIMIT FM_PORT_IOC_DELETE_RATE_LIMIT
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_AddCongestionGrps
+
+ @Description   This routine effects the corresponding Tx port.
+		It should be called in order to enable pause
+		frame transmission in case of congestion in one or more
+		of the congestion groups relevant to this port.
+		Each call to this routine may add one or more congestion
+		groups to be considered relevant to this port.
+
+		May be used for Rx, or RX+OP ports only (depending on chip)
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_port_congestion_groups_t - A pointer to an array of
+					congestion group ids to consider.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_ADD_CONGESTION_GRPS	\
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(34), ioc_fm_port_congestion_groups_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_RemoveCongestionGrps
+
+ @Description   This routine effects the corresponding Tx port. It should be
+		called when congestion groups were
+		defined for this port and are no longer relevant, or pause
+		frames transmitting is not required on their behalf.
+		Each call to this routine may remove one or more congestion
+		groups to be considered relevant to this port.
+
+		May be used for Rx, or RX+OP ports only (depending on chip)
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_port_congestion_groups_t - A pointer to an array of
+					congestion group ids to consider.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_REMOVE_CONGESTION_GRPS	\
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(35), ioc_fm_port_congestion_groups_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetErrorsRoute
+
+ @Description   Errors selected for this routine will cause a frame with that error
+		to be enqueued to error queue.
+		Errors not selected for this routine will cause a frame with that error
+		to be enqueued to the one of the other port queues.
+		By default all errors are defined to be enqueued to error queue.
+		Errors that were configured to be discarded (at initialization)
+		may not be selected here.
+
+		May be used for Rx and offline parsing ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_port_frame_err_select_t  A list of errors to enqueue to error queue
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+		(szbs001: How is it possible to have one function that needs to be
+			called BEFORE FM_PORT_Init() implemented as an ioctl,
+			which will ALWAYS be called AFTER the FM_PORT_Init()
+			for that port!?!?!?!???!?!??!?!?)
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_SET_ERRORS_ROUTE \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(4), ioc_fm_port_frame_err_select_t)
+
+/**
+ @Group	lnx_ioctl_FM_PORT_pcd_runtime_control_grp FM Port PCD Runtime Control Unit
+
+ @Description   FM Port PCD Runtime control unit API functions, definitions and enums.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure defining the KG scheme after the parser.
+		(Must match struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_select_t defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+
+		This is relevant only to change scheme selection mode - from
+		direct to indirect and vice versa, or when the scheme is selected directly,
+		to select the scheme id.
+
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_select_t {
+	bool	direct;	/**< TRUE to use 'scheme_id' directly, FALSE to use LCV.*/
+	void	*scheme_id;/**< Relevant for 'direct'=TRUE only.
+			'scheme_id' selects the scheme after parser. */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_select_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Scheme IDs structure
+	(Must match struct ioc_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t {
+	uint8_t	num_of_schemes;	/**< Number of schemes for port to be bound to. */
+	void	*scheme_ids[FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_SCHEMES];
+	/**< Array of 'num_of_schemes' schemes for the port to be bound to */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A union for defining port protocol parameters for parser
+		(Must match union u_FmPcdHdrPrsOpts defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef union ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_prs_opts_u {
+	/* MPLS */
+	struct {
+	bool label_interpretation_enable;
+			/**< When this bit is set, the last MPLS label will be
+			interpreted as described in HW spec table. When the bit
+			is cleared, the parser will advance to MPLS next parse */
+	ioc_net_header_type next_parse;/**< must be equal or higher than IPv4 */
+	} mpls_prs_options;
+
+	/* VLAN */
+	struct {
+	uint16_t	tag_protocol_id1;
+			/**< User defined Tag Protocol Identifier, to be recognized
+			on VLAN TAG on top of 0x8100 and 0x88A8 */
+	uint16_t	tag_protocol_id2;
+			/**< User defined Tag Protocol Identifier, to be recognized
+			on VLAN TAG on top of 0x8100 and 0x88A8 */
+	} vlan_prs_options;
+
+	/* PPP */
+	struct{
+		bool		enable_mtu_check;
+		/**< Check validity of MTU according to RFC2516 */
+	} pppoe_prs_options;
+
+	/* IPV6 */
+	struct {
+		bool		routing_hdr_disable;
+		/**< Disable routing header */
+	} ipv6_prs_options;
+
+	/* UDP */
+	struct {
+		bool		pad_ignore_checksum;
+		/**< TRUE to ignore pad in checksum */
+	} udp_prs_options;
+
+	/* TCP */
+	struct {
+		bool		pad_ignore_checksum;
+		/**< TRUE to ignore pad in checksum */
+	} tcp_prs_options;
+} ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_prs_opts_u;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining each header for the parser
+		(must match struct t_FmPcdPrsAdditionalHdrParams defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_prs_additional_hdr_params_t {
+	ioc_net_header_type	hdr; /**< Selected header */
+	bool	err_disable; /**< TRUE to disable error indication */
+	bool	soft_prs_enable;/**< Enable jump to SW parser when this
+				header is recognized by the HW parser. */
+	uint8_t	index_per_hdr;	/**< Normally 0, if more than one sw parser
+				attachments exists for the same header,
+				(in the main sw parser code) use this
+				index to distinguish between them. */
+	bool	use_prs_opts;	/**< TRUE to use parser options. */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_hdr_prs_opts_u prs_opts;/**< A unuion according to header type,
+				defining the parser options selected.*/
+} ioc_fm_pcd_prs_additional_hdr_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining port PCD parameters
+		(Must match t_FmPortPcdPrsParams defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_pcd_prs_params_t {
+	uint8_t		prs_res_priv_info;
+				/**< The private info provides a method of inserting
+				port information into the parser result. This information
+				may be extracted by KeyGen and be used for frames
+				distribution when a per-port distinction is required,
+				it may also be used as a port logical id for analyzing
+				incoming frames. */
+	uint8_t		parsing_offset;
+			/**< Number of bytes from begining of packet to start parsing */
+	ioc_net_header_type	first_prs_hdr;
+			/**< The type of the first header axpected at 'parsing_offset' */
+	bool		include_in_prs_statistics;
+				/**< TRUE to include this port in the parser statistics */
+	uint8_t		num_of_hdrs_with_additional_params;
+			/**< Normally 0, some headers may get special parameters */
+	ioc_fm_pcd_prs_additional_hdr_params_t  additional_params[IOC_FM_PCD_PRS_NUM_OF_HDRS];
+			/**< 'num_of_hdrs_with_additional_params' structures
+			additional parameters for each header that requires them */
+	bool		set_vlan_tpid1;
+				/**< TRUE to configure user selection of Ethertype to
+				indicate a VLAN tag (in addition to the TPID values
+				0x8100 and 0x88A8). */
+	uint16_t	vlan_tpid1;
+				/**< extra tag to use if set_vlan_tpid1=TRUE. */
+	bool		set_vlan_tpid2;
+				/**< TRUE to configure user selection of Ethertype to
+				indicate a VLAN tag (in addition to the TPID values
+				0x8100 and 0x88A8). */
+	uint16_t	vlan_tpid2; /**< extra tag to use if set_vlan_tpid1=TRUE. */
+} ioc_fm_port_pcd_prs_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining coarse alassification parameters
+		(Must match t_FmPortPcdCcParams defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_pcd_cc_params_t {
+	void		*cc_tree_id; /**< CC tree id */
+} ioc_fm_port_pcd_cc_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining keygen parameters
+		(Must match t_FmPortPcdKgParams defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_pcd_kg_params_t {
+	uint8_t		num_of_schemes;
+				/**< Number of schemes for port to be bound to. */
+	void		*scheme_ids[FM_PCD_KG_NUM_OF_SCHEMES];
+				/**< Array of 'num_of_schemes' schemes for the
+				port to be bound to */
+	bool		direct_scheme;
+				/**< TRUE for going from parser to a specific scheme,
+				regardless of parser result */
+	void		*direct_scheme_id;
+				/**< Scheme id, as returned by FM_PCD_KgSetScheme;
+				relevant only if direct=TRUE. */
+} ioc_fm_port_pcd_kg_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining policer parameters
+		(Must match t_FmPortPcdPlcrParams defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_pcd_plcr_params_t {
+	void		*plcr_profile_id;/**< Selected profile handle;
+			relevant in one of the following cases:
+			e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PLCR_ONLY or
+			e_IOC_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_PLCR were selected,
+			or if any flow uses a KG scheme where policer
+			profile is not generated (bypass_plcr_profile_generation selected) */
+} ioc_fm_port_pcd_plcr_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining port PCD parameters
+		(Must match struct t_FmPortPcdParams defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_pcd_params_t {
+	ioc_fm_port_pcd_support	pcd_support;
+				/**< Relevant for Rx and offline ports only.
+				Describes the active PCD engines for this port. */
+	void		*net_env_id;	/**< HL Unused in PLCR only mode */
+	ioc_fm_port_pcd_prs_params_t	*p_prs_params;
+					/**< Parser parameters for this port */
+	ioc_fm_port_pcd_cc_params_t	*p_cc_params;
+				/**< Coarse classification parameters for this port */
+	ioc_fm_port_pcd_kg_params_t	*p_kg_params;
+				/**< Keygen parameters for this port */
+	ioc_fm_port_pcd_plcr_params_t	*p_plcr_params;
+				/**< Policer parameters for this port */
+	void		*p_ip_reassembly_manip;/**< IP Reassembly manipulation */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	void		*p_capwap_reassembly_manip;
+				/**< CAPWAP Reassembly manipulation */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+} ioc_fm_port_pcd_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining the Parser starting point
+		(Must match struct ioc_fm_pcd_prs_start_t defined in fm_port_ext.h)
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_pcd_prs_start_t {
+	uint8_t	parsing_offset; /**< Number of bytes from begining of packet to
+				start parsing */
+	ioc_net_header_type first_prs_hdr;/**< The type of the first header axpected at
+				'parsing_offset' */
+} ioc_fm_pcd_prs_start_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   FQID parameters structure
+*/
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_pcd_fqids_params_t {
+	uint32_t	num_fqids;  /**< Number of fqids to be allocated for the port */
+	uint8_t		alignment;  /**< Alignment required for this port */
+	uint32_t	base_fqid;  /**< output parameter - the base fqid */
+} ioc_fm_port_pcd_fqids_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_IOC_ALLOC_PCD_FQIDS
+
+ @Description   Allocates FQID's
+
+		May be used for Rx and offline parsing ports only
+
+ @Param[in,out] ioc_fm_port_pcd_fqids_params_t  Parameters for allocating FQID's
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_ALLOC_PCD_FQIDS \
+	_IOWR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(19), ioc_fm_port_pcd_fqids_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_IOC_FREE_PCD_FQIDS
+
+ @Description   Frees previously-allocated FQIDs
+
+		May be used for Rx and offline parsing ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	uint32_t	Base FQID of previously allocated range.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_FREE_PCD_FQIDS \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(19), uint32_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetPCD
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine defines the port's PCD configuration.
+		It changes it from its default configuration which is PCD
+		disabled (BMI to BMI) and configures it according to the passed
+		parameters.
+
+		May be used for Rx and offline parsing ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_port_pcd_params_t
+		A Structure of parameters defining the port's PCD configuration.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_SET_PCD_COMPAT \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(20), ioc_compat_fm_port_pcd_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_SET_PCD \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(20), ioc_fm_port_pcd_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_DeletePCD
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine releases the port's PCD configuration.
+		The port returns to its default configuration which is PCD
+		disabled (BMI to BMI) and all PCD configuration is removed.
+
+		May be used for Rx and offline parsing ports which are
+		in PCD mode only
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_DELETE_PCD _IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(21))
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_AttachPCD
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called after FM_PORT_DetachPCD was called,
+		to return to the originally configured PCD support flow.
+		The couple of routines are used to allow PCD configuration changes
+		that demand that PCD will not be used while changes take place.
+
+		May be used for Rx and offline parsing ports which are
+		in PCD mode only
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_ATTACH_PCD _IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(23))
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_DetachPCD
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine detaches the port from its PCD functionality.
+		The port returns to its default flow which is BMI to BMI.
+
+		May be used for Rx and offline parsing ports which are
+		in PCD mode only
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_DETACH_PCD _IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(22))
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdPlcrAllocProfiles
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called only for ports that use the Policer in
+		order to allocate private policer profiles.
+
+ @Param[in]	uint16_t	The number of required policer profiles
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed before FM_PORT_SetPCD() only.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_PLCR_ALLOC_PROFILES	\
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(24), uint16_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdPlcrFreeProfiles
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called for freeing private policer profiles.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed before FM_PORT_SetPCD() only.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_PLCR_FREE_PROFILES	\
+	_IO(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(25))
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdKgModifyInitialScheme
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called only for ports that use the keygen in
+		order to change the initial scheme frame should be routed to.
+		The change may be of a scheme id (in case of direct mode),
+		from direct to indirect, or from indirect to direct - specifying the scheme id.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_select_t
+		A structure of parameters for defining whether
+		a scheme is direct/indirect, and if direct - scheme id.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_KG_MODIFY_INITIAL_SCHEME_COMPAT \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(26), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_select_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_KG_MODIFY_INITIAL_SCHEME \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(26), ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_select_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdPlcrModifyInitialProfile
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called for ports with flows
+	e_IOC_FM_PCD_SUPPORT_PLCR_ONLY or e_IOC_FM_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_PLCR
+	only, to change the initial Policer profile frame should be routed to.
+	The change may be of a profile and / or absolute / direct mode selection.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_obj_t	Policer profile Id as returned from FM_PCD_PlcrSetProfile.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_PLCR_MODIFY_INITIAL_PROFILE_COMPAT \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(27), ioc_compat_fm_obj_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_PLCR_MODIFY_INITIAL_PROFILE \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(27), ioc_fm_obj_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdCcModifyTree
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called to change this port connection to
+		a pre - initializes coarse classification Tree.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_obj_t	Id of new coarse classification tree selected for this port.
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_SetPCD() and FM_PORT_DetachPCD()
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_CC_MODIFY_TREE_COMPAT \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(28), ioc_compat_fm_obj_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_CC_MODIFY_TREE \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(28), ioc_fm_obj_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdKgBindSchemes
+
+ @Description   These routines may be called for modifying the binding of ports
+		to schemes. The scheme itself is not added,
+		just this specific port starts using it.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t	Schemes parameters structre
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_SetPCD().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_KG_BIND_SCHEMES_COMPAT \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(30), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_KG_BIND_SCHEMES \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(30), ioc_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdKgUnbindSchemes
+
+ @Description   These routines may be called for modifying the binding of ports
+		to schemes. The scheme itself is not removed or invalidated,
+		just this specific port stops using it.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t	Schemes parameters structre
+
+ @Return	0 on success; error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_SetPCD().
+*/
+#if defined(CONFIG_COMPAT)
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_KG_UNBIND_SCHEMES_COMPAT \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(31), ioc_compat_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t)
+#endif
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_PCD_KG_UNBIND_SCHEMES \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(31), ioc_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t)
+
+#define ENET_NUM_OCTETS_PER_ADDRESS 6
+		/**< Number of octets (8-bit bytes) in an ethernet address */
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_mac_addr_params_t {
+	uint8_t addr[ENET_NUM_OCTETS_PER_ADDRESS];
+} ioc_fm_port_mac_addr_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_MAC_AddHashMacAddr
+
+ @Description   Add an Address to the hash table. This is for filter purpose only.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_port_mac_addr_params_t - Ethernet Mac address
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_MAC_Init(). It is a filter only address.
+ @Cautions	Some address need to be filtered out in upper FM blocks.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_ADD_RX_HASH_MAC_ADDR  \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(36), ioc_fm_port_mac_addr_params_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_MAC_RemoveHashMacAddr
+
+ @Description   Delete an Address to the hash table. This is for filter purpose only.
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_port_mac_addr_params_t - Ethernet Mac address
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_MAC_Init().
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_REMOVE_RX_HASH_MAC_ADDR  \
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(37), ioc_fm_port_mac_addr_params_t)
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_tx_pause_frames_params_t {
+	uint8_t  priority;
+	uint16_t pause_time;
+	uint16_t thresh_time;
+} ioc_fm_port_tx_pause_frames_params_t;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_MAC_SetTxPauseFrames
+
+ @Description   Enable/Disable transmission of Pause-Frames.
+		The routine changes the default configuration:
+		pause-time - [0xf000]
+		threshold-time - [0]
+
+ @Param[in]	ioc_fm_port_tx_pause_frames_params_t
+		A structure holding the required parameters.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_MAC_Init().
+		PFC is supported only on new mEMAC; i.e. in MACs that don't have
+		PFC support (10G-MAC and dTSEC), user should use 'FM_MAC_NO_PFC'
+		in the 'priority' field.
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_SET_TX_PAUSE_FRAMES	\
+	_IOW(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(40), ioc_fm_port_tx_pause_frames_params_t)
+
+typedef struct ioc_fm_port_mac_statistics_t {
+	/* RMON */
+	uint64_t  e_stat_pkts_64;	/**< r-10G tr-DT 64 byte frame counter */
+	uint64_t  e_stat_pkts_65_to_127;/**< r-10G 65 to 127 byte frame counter */
+	uint64_t  e_stat_pkts_128_to_255;/**< r-10G 128 to 255 byte frame counter */
+	uint64_t  e_stat_pkts_256_to_511;/**< r-10G 256 to 511 byte frame counter */
+	uint64_t  e_stat_pkts_512_to_1023;/**< r-10G 512 to 1023 byte frame counter*/
+	uint64_t  e_stat_pkts_1024_to_1518;
+					/**< r-10G 1024 to 1518 byte frame counter */
+	uint64_t  e_stat_pkts_1519_to_1522;
+				/**< r-10G 1519 to 1522 byte good frame count */
+	/* */
+	uint64_t  e_stat_fragments;
+	/**< Total number of packets that were less than 64 octets long with a wrong CRC.*/
+	uint64_t  e_stat_jabbers;
+	/**< Total number of packets longer than valid maximum length octets */
+	uint64_t  e_stat_drop_events;
+	/**< number of dropped packets due to internal errors of the MAC Client
+	(during recieve). */
+	uint64_t  e_stat_CRC_align_errors;
+	/**< Incremented when frames of correct length but with CRC error are received.*/
+	uint64_t  e_stat_undersize_pkts;
+	/**< Incremented for frames under 64 bytes with a valid FCS and otherwise
+		well formed; This count does not include range length errors */
+	uint64_t  e_stat_oversize_pkts;
+	/**< Incremented for frames which exceed 1518 (non VLAN) or 1522 (VLAN)
+	and contains a valid FCS and otherwise well formed */
+	/* Pause */
+	uint64_t  te_stat_pause;	/**< Pause MAC Control received */
+	uint64_t  re_stat_pause;	/**< Pause MAC Control sent */
+	/* MIB II */
+	uint64_t  if_in_octets;		/**< Total number of byte received. */
+	uint64_t  if_in_pkts;		/**< Total number of packets received.*/
+	uint64_t  if_in_ucast_pkts;	/**< Total number of unicast frame received;
+				NOTE: this counter is not supported on dTSEC MAC */
+	uint64_t  if_in_mcast_pkts;/**< Total number of multicast frame received*/
+	uint64_t  if_in_bcast_pkts;/**< Total number of broadcast frame received */
+	uint64_t  if_in_discards;
+		/**< Frames received, but discarded due to problems within the MAC RX. */
+	uint64_t  if_in_errors;		/**< Number of frames received with error:
+			- FIFO Overflow Error
+			- CRC Error
+			- Frame Too Long Error
+			- Alignment Error
+			- The dedicated Error Code (0xfe, not a code error) was received */
+	uint64_t  if_out_octets;	/**< Total number of byte sent. */
+	uint64_t  if_out_pkts;		/**< Total number of packets sent .*/
+	uint64_t  if_out_ucast_pkts;	/**< Total number of unicast frame sent;
+				NOTE: this counter is not supported on dTSEC MAC */
+	uint64_t  if_out_mcast_pkts;	/**< Total number of multicast frame sent */
+	uint64_t  if_out_bcast_pkts;	/**< Total number of multicast frame sent */
+	uint64_t  if_out_discards;
+	/**< Frames received, but discarded due to problems within the MAC TX N/A!.*/
+	uint64_t  if_out_errors;	/**< Number of frames transmitted with error:
+					- FIFO Overflow Error
+					- FIFO Underflow Error
+					- Other */
+} ioc_fm_port_mac_statistics_t;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_MAC_GetStatistics
+
+ @Description   get all MAC statistics counters
+
+ @Param[out]	ioc_fm_port_mac_statistics_t	A structure holding the statistics
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_Init().
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_GET_MAC_STATISTICS	\
+	_IOR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(41), ioc_fm_port_mac_statistics_t)
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetBmiCounters
+
+ @Description   Read port's BMI stat counters and place them into
+		a designated structure of counters.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[out]	p_BmiStats  counters structure
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+
+#define FM_PORT_IOC_GET_BMI_COUNTERS \
+	_IOR(FM_IOC_TYPE_BASE, FM_PORT_IOC_NUM(42), ioc_fm_port_bmi_stats_t)
+
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_ioctl_FM_PORT_pcd_runtime_control_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_ioctl_FM_PORT_runtime_control_grp group */
+
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_ioctl_FM_PORT_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of lnx_ioctl_FM_grp group */
+
+
+/**
+ @Group	gen_id  General Drivers Utilities
+
+ @Description   External routines.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Group	gen_error_id  Errors, Events and Debug
+
+ @Description   External routines.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+The scheme below provides the bits description for error codes:
+
+ 0   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15
+|	Reserved (should be zero)	|		Module ID		|
+
+ 16   17   18   19   20   21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30   31
+|				Error Type				|
+*/
+
+#define ERROR_CODE(_err)  ((((uint32_t)_err) & 0x0000FFFF) | __ERR_MODULE__)
+
+#define GET_ERROR_TYPE(_errcode)	((_errcode) & 0x0000FFFF)
+				/**< Extract module code from error code (#uint32_t) */
+
+#define GET_ERROR_MODULE(_errcode)  ((_errcode) & 0x00FF0000)
+				/**< Extract error type (#e_ErrorType) from
+				error code (#uint32_t) */
+
+#define RETURN_ERROR(_level, _err, _vmsg) { \
+	return ERROR_CODE(_err); 	    \
+}
+
+/**
+ @Description	Error Type Enumeration
+*/
+typedef enum e_ErrorType {
+	E_OK = 0	/*   Never use "RETURN_ERROR" with E_OK; Use "return E_OK;"*/
+	, E_WRITE_FAILED = EIO   /**< Write access failed on memory/device.*/
+				/*   String: none, or device name.*/
+	, E_NO_DEVICE = ENXIO	/**< The associated device is not initialized.*/
+				/*   String: none.*/
+	, E_NOT_AVAILABLE = EAGAIN
+				/**< Resource is unavailable.*/
+				/*   String: none, unless the operation is not the main goal
+				of the function (in this case add resource description). */
+	, E_NO_MEMORY = ENOMEM   /**< External memory allocation failed.*/
+			/*   String: description of item for which allocation failed. */
+	, E_INVALID_ADDRESS = EFAULT
+				/**< Invalid address.*/
+				/*   String: description of the specific violation.*/
+	, E_BUSY = EBUSY	/**< Resource or module is busy.*/
+				/*   String: none, unless the operation is not the main goal
+				of the function (in this case add resource description). */
+	, E_ALREADY_EXISTS = EEXIST
+				/**< Requested resource or item already exists.*/
+			/*   Use when resource duplication or sharing are not allowed.
+				String: none, unless the operation is not the main goal
+				of the function (in this case add item description).*/
+	, E_INVALID_OPERATION = ENODEV
+				/**< The operation/command is invalid (unrecognized).*/
+				/*   String: none.*/
+	, E_INVALID_VALUE = EDOM /**< Invalid value.*/
+				/*   Use for non-enumeration parameters, and
+			only when other error types are not suitable.
+			String: parameter description + "(should be <attribute>)",
+			e.g: "Maximum Rx buffer length (should be divisible by 8)",
+			"Channel number (should be even)".*/
+	, E_NOT_IN_RANGE = ERANGE/**< Parameter value is out of range.*/
+				/*   Don't use this error for enumeration parameters.
+				String: parameter description + "(should be %d-%d)",
+				e.g: "Number of pad characters (should be 0-15)".*/
+	, E_NOT_SUPPORTED = ENOSYS
+				/**< The function is not supported or not implemented.*/
+				/*   String: none.*/
+	, E_INVALID_STATE /**< The operation is not allowed in current module state.*/
+				/*   String: none.*/
+	, E_INVALID_HANDLE	/**< Invalid handle of module or object.*/
+			/*   String: none, unless the function takes in more than one
+				handle (in this case add the handle description)*/
+	, E_INVALID_ID	/**< Invalid module ID (usually enumeration or index).*/
+			/*   String: none, unless the function takes in more than one
+				ID (in this case add the ID description)*/
+	, E_NULL_POINTER	/**< Unexpected NULL pointer.*/
+				/*   String: pointer description.*/
+	, E_INVALID_SELECTION	/**< Invalid selection or mode.*/
+			/*   Use for enumeration values, only when other error types
+				are not suitable.
+				String: parameter description.*/
+	, E_INVALID_COMM_MODE	/**< Invalid communication mode.*/
+			/*   String: none, unless the function takes in more than one
+				communication mode indications (in this case add
+				parameter description).*/
+	, E_INVALID_MEMORY_TYPE  /**< Invalid memory type.*/
+			/*   String: none, unless the function takes in more than one
+				memory types (in this case add memory description,
+				e.g: "Data memory", "Buffer descriptors memory").*/
+	, E_INVALID_CLOCK	/**< Invalid clock.*/
+			/*   String: none, unless the function takes in more than one
+			clocks (in this case add clock description,
+			e.g: "Rx clock", "Tx clock").*/
+	, E_CONFLICT		/**< Some setting conflicts with another setting.*/
+				/*   String: description of the conflicting settings.*/
+	, E_NOT_ALIGNED	/**< Non-aligned address.*/
+		/*   String: parameter description + "(should be %d-bytes aligned)",
+				e.g: "Rx data buffer (should be 32-bytes aligned)".*/
+	, E_NOT_FOUND		/**< Requested resource or item was not found.*/
+			/*   Use only when the resource/item is uniquely identified.
+				String: none, unless the operation is not the main goal
+				of the function (in this case add item description).*/
+	, E_FULL		/**< Resource is full.*/
+				/*   String: none, unless the operation is not the main goal
+				of the function (in this case add resource description). */
+	, E_EMPTY		/**< Resource is empty.*/
+				/*   String: none, unless the operation is not the main goal
+				of the function (in this case add resource description). */
+	, E_ALREADY_FREE /**< Specified resource or item is already free or deleted.*/
+				/*   String: none, unless the operation is not the main goal
+				of the function (in this case add item description).*/
+	, E_READ_FAILED	/**< Read access failed on memory/device.*/
+				/*   String: none, or device name.*/
+	, E_INVALID_FRAME /**< Invalid frame object (NULL handle or missing buffers).*/
+				/*   String: none.*/
+	, E_SEND_FAILED	/**< Send operation failed on device.*/
+				/*   String: none, or device name.*/
+	, E_RECEIVE_FAILED	/**< Receive operation failed on device.*/
+				/*   String: none, or device name.*/
+	, E_TIMEOUT/* = ETIMEDOUT*/  /**< The operation timed out.*/
+				/*   String: none.*/
+
+	, E_DUMMY_LAST	/* NEVER USED */
+
+} e_ErrorType;
+
+/**
+
+ @Group	FM_grp Frame Manager API
+
+ @Description   FM API functions, definitions and enums
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_PORT_grp FM Port
+
+ @Description   FM Port API
+
+		The FM uses a general module called "port" to represent a Tx port
+		(MAC), an Rx port (MAC) or Offline Parsing port.
+		The number of ports in an FM varies between SOCs.
+		The SW driver manages these ports as sub-modules of the FM, i.e.
+		after an FM is initialized, its ports may be initialized and
+		operated upon.
+
+		The port is initialized aware of its type, but other functions on
+		a port may be indifferent to its type. When necessary, the driver
+		verifies coherence and returns error if applicable.
+
+		On initialization, user specifies the port type and it's index
+		(relative to the port's type) - always starting at 0.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   An enum for defining port PCD modes.
+		This enum defines the superset of PCD engines support - i.e. not
+		all engines have to be used, but all have to be enabled. The real
+		flow of a specific frame depends on the PCD configuration and the
+		frame headers and payload.
+		Note: the first engine and the first engine after the parser (if
+		exists) should be in order, the order is important as it will
+		define the flow of the port. However, as for the rest engines
+		(the ones that follows), the order is not important anymore as
+		it is defined by the PCD graph itself.
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmPortPcdSupport {
+	e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_NONE = 0		/**< BMI to BMI, PCD is not used */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_ONLY	/**< Use only Parser */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PLCR_ONLY	/**< Use only Policer */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_PLCR	/**< Use Parser and Policer */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG	/**< Use Parser and Keygen */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_CC
+				/**< Use Parser, Keygen and Coarse Classification */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_CC_AND_PLCR
+					/**< Use all PCD engines */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_KG_AND_PLCR
+					/**< Use Parser, Keygen and Policer */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_CC
+					/**< Use Parser and Coarse Classification */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_CC_AND_PLCR
+				/**< Use Parser and Coarse Classification and Policer */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_CC_ONLY		/**< Use only Coarse Classification */
+#ifdef FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_CC_AND_KG
+					/**< Use Coarse Classification,and Keygen */
+	, e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_CC_AND_KG_AND_PLCR
+				/**< Use Coarse Classification, Keygen and Policer */
+#endif /* FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT */
+} e_FmPortPcdSupport;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Port interrupts
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmPortExceptions {
+	e_FM_PORT_EXCEPTION_IM_BUSY		/**< Independent-Mode Rx-BUSY */
+} e_FmPortExceptions;
+
+/**
+ @Collection	General FM Port defines
+*/
+#define FM_PORT_PRS_RESULT_NUM_OF_WORDS	8
+		/**< Number of 4 bytes words in parser result */
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Collection   FM Frame error
+*/
+typedef uint32_t	fmPortFrameErrSelect_t;
+				/**< typedef for defining Frame Descriptor errors */
+
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_UNSUPPORTED_FORMAT FM_FD_ERR_UNSUPPORTED_FORMAT
+				/**< Not for Rx-Port! Unsupported Format */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_LENGTH		FM_FD_ERR_LENGTH
+				/**< Not for Rx-Port! Length Error */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_DMA		FM_FD_ERR_DMA	/**< DMA Data error */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_NON_FM		FM_FD_RX_STATUS_ERR_NON_FM
+			/**< non Frame-Manager error; probably come from SEC that
+						was chained to FM */
+
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_IPRE		(FM_FD_ERR_IPR & ~FM_FD_IPR)
+					/**< IPR error */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_IPR_NCSP	(FM_FD_ERR_IPR_NCSP & ~FM_FD_IPR)
+					/**< IPR non-consistent-sp */
+
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_IPFE		0
+				/**< Obsolete; will be removed in the future */
+
+#ifdef FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_CRE		FM_FD_ERR_CRE
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_CHE		FM_FD_ERR_CHE
+#endif /* FM_CAPWAP_SUPPORT */
+
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_PHYSICAL	FM_FD_ERR_PHYSICAL
+			/**< Rx FIFO overflow, FCS error, code error, running disparity
+			error (SGMII and TBI modes), FIFO parity error. PHY
+			Sequence error, PHY error control character detected. */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_SIZE		FM_FD_ERR_SIZE
+			/**< Frame too long OR Frame size exceeds max_length_frame*/
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_CLS_DISCARD	FM_FD_ERR_CLS_DISCARD
+			/**< indicates a classifier "drop" operation */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_EXTRACTION	FM_FD_ERR_EXTRACTION
+			/**< Extract Out of Frame */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_NO_SCHEME	FM_FD_ERR_NO_SCHEME
+			/**< No Scheme Selected */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_KEYSIZE_OVERFLOW FM_FD_ERR_KEYSIZE_OVERFLOW
+			/**< Keysize Overflow */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_COLOR_RED	FM_FD_ERR_COLOR_RED
+			/**< Frame color is red */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_COLOR_YELLOW	FM_FD_ERR_COLOR_YELLOW
+			/**< Frame color is yellow */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_ILL_PLCR	FM_FD_ERR_ILL_PLCR
+			/**< Illegal Policer Profile selected */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_PLCR_FRAME_LEN	FM_FD_ERR_PLCR_FRAME_LEN
+			/**< Policer frame length error */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_PRS_TIMEOUT	FM_FD_ERR_PRS_TIMEOUT
+			/**< Parser Time out Exceed */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_PRS_ILL_INSTRUCT FM_FD_ERR_PRS_ILL_INSTRUCT
+			/**< Invalid Soft Parser instruction */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_PRS_HDR_ERR	FM_FD_ERR_PRS_HDR_ERR
+			/**< Header error was identified during parsing */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_BLOCK_LIMIT_EXCEEDED	FM_FD_ERR_BLOCK_LIMIT_EXCEEDED
+			/**< Frame parsed beyind 256 first bytes */
+#define FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_PROCESS_TIMEOUT	0x00000001
+			/**< FPM Frame Processing Timeout Exceeded */
+/* @} */
+
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_PORT_init_grp FM Port Initialization Unit
+
+ @Description   FM Port Initialization Unit
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   Exceptions user callback routine, will be called upon an
+		exception passing the exception identification.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_App	- User's application descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	exception  - The exception.
+*/
+typedef void (t_FmPortExceptionCallback) (t_Handle h_App,
+					e_FmPortExceptions exception);
+
+/**
+ @Description   User callback function called by driver with received data.
+
+		User provides this function. Driver invokes it.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_App	Application's handle originally specified to
+				the API Config function
+ @Param[in]	p_Data	A pointer to data received
+ @Param[in]	length	length of received data
+ @Param[in]	status	receive status and errors
+ @Param[in]	position	position of buffer in frame
+ @Param[in]	h_BufContext	A handle of the user acossiated with this buffer
+
+ @Retval	e_RX_STORE_RESPONSE_CONTINUE - order the driver to continue Rx
+				operation for all ready data.
+ @Retval	e_RX_STORE_RESPONSE_PAUSE	- order the driver to stop Rx operation.
+*/
+typedef e_RxStoreResponse(t_FmPortImRxStoreCallback) (t_Handle h_App,
+					uint8_t  *p_Data,
+					uint16_t length,
+					uint16_t status,
+					uint8_t  position,
+					t_Handle h_BufContext);
+
+/**
+ @Description   User callback function called by driver when transmit completed.
+
+		User provides this function. Driver invokes it.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_App	Application's handle originally specified to
+				the API Config function
+ @Param[in]	p_Data	A pointer to data received
+ @Param[in]	status	transmit status and errors
+ @Param[in]	lastBuffer	is last buffer in frame
+ @Param[in]	h_BufContext	A handle of the user acossiated with this buffer
+ */
+typedef void (t_FmPortImTxConfCallback) (t_Handle   h_App,
+				uint8_t	*p_Data,
+				uint16_t   status,
+				t_Handle   h_BufContext);
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for additional Rx port parameters
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortRxParams {
+	uint32_t		errFqid;	/**< Error Queue Id. */
+	uint32_t		dfltFqid;	/**< Default Queue Id.*/
+	uint16_t		liodnOffset;	/**< Port's LIODN offset. */
+	t_FmExtPools		extBufPools;/**< Which external buffer pools are used
+			(up to FM_PORT_MAX_NUM_OF_EXT_POOLS), and their sizes. */
+} t_FmPortRxParams;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for additional non-Rx port parameters
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortNonRxParams {
+	uint32_t		errFqid;	/**< Error Queue Id. */
+	uint32_t		dfltFqid;/**< For Tx - Default Confirmation queue,
+					0 means no Tx confirmation for processed
+					frames. For OP port - default Rx queue. */
+	uint32_t		qmChannel;
+	/**< QM-channel dedicated to this port; will be used by the FM for dequeue. */
+} t_FmPortNonRxParams;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for additional Rx port parameters
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortImRxTxParams {
+	t_Handle			h_FmMuram;
+					/**< A handle of the FM-MURAM partition */
+	uint16_t			liodnOffset;
+					/**< For Rx ports only. Port's LIODN Offset. */
+	uint8_t			dataMemId;
+					/**< Memory partition ID for data buffers */
+	uint32_t			dataMemAttributes;
+					/**< Memory attributes for data buffers */
+	t_BufferPoolInfo		rxPoolParams;	/**< For Rx ports only. */
+	t_FmPortImRxStoreCallback   *f_RxStore;	/**< For Rx ports only. */
+	t_FmPortImTxConfCallback	*f_TxConf;	/**< For Tx ports only. */
+} t_FmPortImRxTxParams;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A union for additional parameters depending on port type
+*/
+typedef union u_FmPortSpecificParams {
+	t_FmPortImRxTxParams	imRxTxParams;
+			/**< Rx/Tx Independent-Mode port parameter structure */
+	t_FmPortRxParams	rxParams;	/**< Rx port parameters structure */
+	t_FmPortNonRxParams	nonRxParams;/**< Non-Rx port parameters structure */
+} u_FmPortSpecificParams;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure representing FM initialization parameters
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortParams {
+	uintptr_t	baseAddr;
+			/**< Virtual Address of memory mapped FM Port registers.*/
+	t_Handle	h_Fm;
+			/**< A handle to the FM object this port related to */
+	e_FmPortType	portType;	/**< Port type */
+	uint8_t		portId;		/**< Port Id - relative to type;
+				NOTE: When configuring Offline Parsing port for
+				FMANv3 devices (DPAA_VERSION 11 and higher),
+				it is highly recommended NOT to use portId=0 due to lack
+				of HW resources on portId=0. */
+	bool		independentModeEnable;
+			/**< This port is Independent-Mode - Used for Rx/Tx ports only!*/
+	uint16_t		liodnBase;
+			/**< Irrelevant for P4080 rev 1. LIODN base for this port, to be
+				used together with LIODN offset. */
+	u_FmPortSpecificParams	specificParams;
+				/**< Additional parameters depending on port type. */
+
+	t_FmPortExceptionCallback   *f_Exception;
+		/**< Relevant for IM only Callback routine to be called on BUSY exception */
+	t_Handle		h_App;
+		/**< A handle to an application layer object; This handle will
+		be passed by the driver upon calling the above callbacks */
+} t_FmPortParams;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_Config
+
+ @Description   Creates a descriptor for the FM PORT module.
+
+		The routine returns a handle(descriptor) to the FM PORT object.
+		This descriptor must be passed as first parameter to all other
+		FM PORT function calls.
+
+		No actual initialization or configuration of FM hardware is
+		done by this routine.
+
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPortParams   - Pointer to data structure of parameters
+
+ @Retval	Handle to FM object, or NULL for Failure.
+*/
+t_Handle FM_PORT_Config(t_FmPortParams *p_FmPortParams);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_Init
+
+ @Description   Initializes the FM PORT module by defining the software structure
+		and configuring the hardware registers.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort - FM PORT module descriptor
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_Init(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_Free
+
+ @Description   Frees all resources that were assigned to FM PORT module.
+
+		Calling this routine invalidates the descriptor.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort - FM PORT module descriptor
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_Free(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+t_Handle FM_PORT_Open(t_FmPortParams *p_FmPortParams);
+void FM_PORT_Close(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_PORT_advanced_init_grp	FM Port Advanced Configuration Unit
+
+ @Description   Configuration functions used to change default values.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   enum for defining QM frame dequeue
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmPortDeqType {
+   e_FM_PORT_DEQ_TYPE1,	/**< Dequeue from the SP channel - with priority precedence,
+			and Intra-Class Scheduling respected. */
+   e_FM_PORT_DEQ_TYPE2,	/**< Dequeue from the SP channel - with active FQ precedence,
+			and Intra-Class Scheduling respected. */
+   e_FM_PORT_DEQ_TYPE3	/**< Dequeue from the SP channel - with active FQ precedence,
+			and override Intra-Class Scheduling */
+} e_FmPortDeqType;
+
+/**
+ @Description   enum for defining QM frame dequeue
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmPortDeqPrefetchOption {
+   e_FM_PORT_DEQ_NO_PREFETCH,	/**< QMI preforms a dequeue action for a single frame
+				only when a dedicated portID Tnum is waiting. */
+   e_FM_PORT_DEQ_PARTIAL_PREFETCH,  /**< QMI preforms a dequeue action for 3 frames
+				when one dedicated portId tnum is waiting. */
+   e_FM_PORT_DEQ_FULL_PREFETCH	/**< QMI preforms a dequeue action for 3 frames when
+				no dedicated portId tnums are waiting. */
+
+} e_FmPortDeqPrefetchOption;
+
+/**
+ @Description   enum for defining port default color
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmPortColor {
+	e_FM_PORT_COLOR_GREEN,	/**< Default port color is green */
+	e_FM_PORT_COLOR_YELLOW,	/**< Default port color is yellow */
+	e_FM_PORT_COLOR_RED,	/**< Default port color is red */
+	e_FM_PORT_COLOR_OVERRIDE/**< Ignore color */
+} e_FmPortColor;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining Dual Tx rate limiting scale
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmPortDualRateLimiterScaleDown {
+	e_FM_PORT_DUAL_RATE_LIMITER_NONE = 0,	/**< Use only single rate limiter*/
+	e_FM_PORT_DUAL_RATE_LIMITER_SCALE_DOWN_BY_2,
+						/**< Divide high rate limiter by 2 */
+	e_FM_PORT_DUAL_RATE_LIMITER_SCALE_DOWN_BY_4,
+						/**< Divide high rate limiter by 4 */
+	e_FM_PORT_DUAL_RATE_LIMITER_SCALE_DOWN_BY_8
+						/**< Divide high rate limiter by 8 */
+} e_FmPortDualRateLimiterScaleDown;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining FM port resources
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortRsrc {
+	uint32_t	num;		/**< Committed required resource */
+	uint32_t	extra;		/**< Extra (not committed) required resource */
+} t_FmPortRsrc;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining observed pool depletion
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortObservedBufPoolDepletion {
+	t_FmBufPoolDepletion	poolDepletionParams;
+				/**< parameters to define pool depletion */
+	t_FmExtPools		poolsParams;
+				/**< Which external buffer pools are observed
+				(up to FM_PORT_MAX_NUM_OF_OBSERVED_EXT_POOLS),
+				and their sizes. */
+} t_FmPortObservedBufPoolDepletion;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining Tx rate limiting
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortRateLimit {
+	uint16_t		maxBurstSize;
+				/**< in KBytes for Tx ports, in frames
+				for OP ports. (note that
+				for early chips burst size is
+				rounded up to a multiply of 1000 frames).*/
+	uint32_t		rateLimit;
+				/**< in Kb/sec for Tx ports, in frame/sec for
+				OP ports. Rate limit refers to
+				data rate (rather than line rate). */
+	e_FmPortDualRateLimiterScaleDown	rateLimitDivider;
+				/**< For OP ports only. Not-valid
+				for some earlier chip revisions */
+} t_FmPortRateLimit;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining the parameters of
+		the Rx port performance counters
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortPerformanceCnt {
+	uint8_t	taskCompVal;		/**< Task compare value */
+	uint8_t	queueCompVal;	/**< Rx queue/Tx confirm queue compare
+				value (unused for H/O) */
+	uint8_t	dmaCompVal;		/**< Dma compare value */
+	uint32_t	fifoCompVal;	/**< Fifo compare value (in bytes) */
+} t_FmPortPerformanceCnt;
+
+/**
+ @Description   A structure for defining the sizes of the Deep Sleep
+		the Auto Response tables
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarTablesSizes {
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfArpEntries;
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfEchoIpv4Entries;
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfNdpEntries;
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfEchoIpv6Entries;
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfSnmpIPV4Entries;
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfSnmpIPV6Entries;
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfSnmpOidEntries;
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfSnmpOidChar;
+			/* total amount of character needed for the snmp table */
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfIpProtFiltering;
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfTcpPortFiltering;
+	uint16_t   maxNumOfUdpPortFiltering;
+} t_FmPortDsarTablesSizes;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDsarSupport
+
+ @Description   This function will allocate the amount of MURAM needed for
+		this max number of entries for Deep Sleep Auto Response.
+		it will calculate all needed MURAM for autoresponse including
+		necessary common stuff.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	params	A pointer to a structure containing the maximum
+				sizes of the auto response tables
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDsarSupport(t_Handle h_FmPortRx,
+					t_FmPortDsarTablesSizes *params);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigNumOfOpenDmas
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the max number of open DMA's
+		available for this port. It changes this parameter in the
+		internal driver data base from its default configuration
+		[OP: 1]
+		[1G-RX, 1G-TX: 1 (+1)]
+		[10G-RX, 10G-TX: 8 (+8)]
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_OpenDmas  A pointer to a structure of parameters defining
+				the open DMA allocation.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigNumOfOpenDmas(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						t_FmPortRsrc *p_OpenDmas);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigNumOfTasks
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the max number of tasks
+		available for this port. It changes this parameter in the
+		internal driver data base from its default configuration
+		[OP : 1]
+		[1G - RX, 1G - TX : 3 ( + 2)]
+		[10G - RX, 10G - TX : 16 ( + 8)]
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_NumOfTasks	A pointer to a structure of parameters defining
+				the tasks allocation.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigNumOfTasks(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+					t_FmPortRsrc *p_NumOfTasks);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigSizeOfFifo
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the max FIFO size configured for this port.
+
+		This function changes the internal driver data base from its
+		default configuration. Please refer to the driver's User Guide for
+		information on default FIFO sizes in the various devices.
+		[OP: 2KB]
+		[1G-RX, 1G-TX: 11KB]
+		[10G-RX, 10G-TX: 12KB]
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_SizeOfFifo	A pointer to a structure of parameters defining
+				the FIFO allocation.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigSizeOfFifo(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+					t_FmPortRsrc *p_SizeOfFifo);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDeqHighPriority
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the dequeue priority in the
+		internal driver data base from its default configuration
+		1G: [DEFAULT_PORT_deqHighPriority_1G]
+		10G: [DEFAULT_PORT_deqHighPriority_10G]
+
+		May be used for Non - Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	highPri	TRUE to select high priority, FALSE for normal operation.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDeqHighPriority(t_Handle h_FmPort, bool highPri);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDeqType
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the dequeue type parameter in the
+		internal driver data base from its default configuration
+		[DEFAULT_PORT_deqType].
+
+		May be used for Non - Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	deqType	According to QM definition.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDeqType(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+					e_FmPortDeqType deqType);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDeqPrefetchOption
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the dequeue prefetch option parameter in the
+		internal driver data base from its default configuration
+		[DEFAULT_PORT_deqPrefetchOption]
+		Note: Available for some chips only
+
+		May be used for Non - Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	deqPrefetchOption   New option
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDeqPrefetchOption(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+				e_FmPortDeqPrefetchOption deqPrefetchOption);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDeqByteCnt
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the dequeue byte count parameter in
+		the internal driver data base from its default configuration
+		1G:[DEFAULT_PORT_deqByteCnt_1G].
+		10G:[DEFAULT_PORT_deqByteCnt_10G].
+
+		May be used for Non - Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	deqByteCnt	New byte count
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDeqByteCnt(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+					uint16_t deqByteCnt);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigBufferPrefixContent
+
+ @Description   Defines the structure, size and content of the application buffer.
+		The prefix will
+		In Tx ports, if 'passPrsResult', the application
+		should set a value to their offsets in the prefix of
+		the FM will save the first 'privDataSize', than,
+		depending on 'passPrsResult' and 'passTimeStamp', copy parse result
+		and timeStamp, and the packet itself (in this order), to the
+		application buffer, and to offset.
+		Calling this routine changes the buffer margins definitions
+		in the internal driver data base from its default
+		configuration: Data size:  [DEFAULT_PORT_bufferPrefixContent_privDataSize]
+		 Pass Parser result: [DEFAULT_PORT_bufferPrefixContent_passPrsResult].
+		 Pass timestamp: [DEFAULT_PORT_bufferPrefixContent_passTimeStamp].
+
+		May be used for all ports
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort			A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in,out] p_FmBufferPrefixContent	A structure of parameters describing the
+					structure of the buffer.
+					Out parameter: Start margin - offset
+					of data from start of external buffer.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigBufferPrefixContent(t_Handle	h_FmPort,
+			t_FmBufferPrefixContent	*p_FmBufferPrefixContent);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigCheksumLastBytesIgnore
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the number of checksum bytes to ignore
+		parameter in the internal driver data base from its default configuration
+		[DEFAULT_PORT_cheksumLastBytesIgnore]
+
+		May be used by Tx & Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	cheksumLastBytesIgnore  New value
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigCheksumLastBytesIgnore(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			uint8_t cheksumLastBytesIgnore);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigCutBytesFromEnd
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the number of bytes to cut from a
+		frame's end parameter in the internal driver data base
+		from its default configuration [DEFAULT_PORT_cutBytesFromEnd]
+		Note that if the result of (frame length before chop - cutBytesFromEnd) is
+		less than 14 bytes, the chop operation is not executed.
+
+		May be used for Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	cutBytesFromEnd	New value
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigCutBytesFromEnd(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			uint8_t cutBytesFromEnd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigPoolDepletion
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables pause frame generation depending on the
+		depletion status of BM pools. It also defines the conditions to activate
+		this functionality. By default, this functionality is disabled.
+
+		May be used for Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_BufPoolDepletion	A structure of pool depletion parameters
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigPoolDepletion(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			t_FmBufPoolDepletion *p_BufPoolDepletion);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigObservedPoolDepletion
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables a mechanism to stop port enqueue
+		depending on the depletion status of selected BM pools.
+		It also defines the conditions to activate
+		this functionality. By default, this functionality is disabled.
+
+		Note: Available for some chips only
+
+		May be used for OP ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort				A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPortObservedBufPoolDepletion
+		A structure of parameters for pool depletion.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigObservedPoolDepletion(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+	t_FmPortObservedBufPoolDepletion *p_FmPortObservedBufPoolDepletion);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigExtBufPools
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called for OP ports
+		that internally use BM buffer pools. In such cases, e.g. for fragmentation and
+		re-assembly, the FM needs new BM buffers. By calling this routine the user
+		specifies the BM buffer pools that should be used.
+
+		Note: Available for some chips only
+
+		May be used for OP ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_FmExtPools	A structure of parameters for the external pools.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigExtBufPools(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			t_FmExtPools *p_FmExtPools);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigBackupPools
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine allows the configuration of some of the BM pools
+		defined for this port as backup pools.
+		A pool configured to be a backup pool will be used only if all other
+		enabled non - backup pools are depleted.
+
+		May be used for Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPortBackupBmPools   An array of pool id's. All pools specified here will
+				be defined as backup pools.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigBackupPools(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			t_FmBackupBmPools *p_FmPortBackupBmPools);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigFrmDiscardOverride
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the error frames destination parameter
+		in the internal driver data base from its default configuration :
+		override =[DEFAULT_PORT_frmDiscardOverride]
+
+		May be used for Rx and OP ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	override	TRUE to override discarding of error frames and
+				enqueueing them to error queue.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigFrmDiscardOverride(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			bool override);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigErrorsToDiscard
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the behaviour on error parameter
+		in the internal driver data base from its default configuration :
+		[DEFAULT_PORT_errorsToDiscard].
+		If a requested error was previously defined as "ErrorsToEnqueue" it's
+		definition will change and the frame will be discarded.
+		Errors that were not defined either as "ErrorsToEnqueue" nor as
+		"ErrorsToDiscard", will be forwarded to CPU.
+
+		May be used for Rx and OP ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	errs	A list of errors to discard
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigErrorsToDiscard(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+		fmPortFrameErrSelect_t errs);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDmaSwapData
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the DMA swap data aparameter
+		in the internal driver data base from its default
+		configuration[DEFAULT_PORT_dmaSwapData]
+
+		May be used for all port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	swapData	New selection
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDmaSwapData(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+		e_FmDmaSwapOption swapData);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDmaIcCacheAttr
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the internal context cache
+		attribute parameter in the internal driver data base
+		from its default configuration[DEFAULT_PORT_dmaIntContextCacheAttr]
+
+		May be used for all port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	intContextCacheAttr	New selection
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDmaIcCacheAttr(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+		e_FmDmaCacheOption intContextCacheAttr);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDmaHdrAttr
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the header cache
+		attribute parameter in the internal driver data base
+		from its default configuration[DEFAULT_PORT_dmaHeaderCacheAttr]
+
+		May be used for all port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort			A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	headerCacheAttr		New selection
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDmaHdrAttr(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+		e_FmDmaCacheOption headerCacheAttr);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDmaScatterGatherAttr
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the scatter gather cache
+		attribute parameter in the internal driver data base
+		from its default configuration[DEFAULT_PORT_dmaScatterGatherCacheAttr]
+
+		May be used for all port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort			A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	scatterGatherCacheAttr	New selection
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDmaScatterGatherAttr(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+		e_FmDmaCacheOption scatterGatherCacheAttr);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDmaWriteOptimize
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the write optimization
+parameter in the internal driver data base
+from its default configuration : By default optimize = [DEFAULT_PORT_dmaWriteOptimize].
+Note:
+
+1. For head optimization, data alignment must be >= 16 (supported by default).
+
+3. For tail optimization, note that the optimization is performed by extending the write transaction
+of the frame payload at the tail as needed to achieve optimal bus transfers, so that the last write
+is extended to be on 16 / 64 bytes aligned block (chip dependent).
+
+Relevant for non - Tx port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	optimize	TRUE to enable optimization, FALSE for normal operation
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDmaWriteOptimize(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						bool optimize);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigNoScatherGather
+
+ @Description	Calling this routine changes the noScatherGather parameter in internal driver
+		data base from its default configuration.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	noScatherGather
+			(TRUE - frame is discarded if can not be stored in single buffer,
+			FALSE - frame can be stored in scatter gather (S / G) format).
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigNoScatherGather(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						bool noScatherGather);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDfltColor
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the internal default color parameter
+		in the internal driver data base
+		from its default configuration[DEFAULT_PORT_color]
+
+		May be used for all port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	color	New selection
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDfltColor(t_Handle h_FmPort, e_FmPortColor color);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigSyncReq
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the synchronization attribute parameter
+		in the internal driver data base from its default configuration :
+		syncReq =[DEFAULT_PORT_syncReq]
+
+		May be used for all port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	syncReq	TRUE to request synchronization, FALSE otherwize.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigSyncReq(t_Handle h_FmPort, bool syncReq);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigForwardReuseIntContext
+
+ @Description   This routine is relevant for Rx ports that are routed to OP port.
+		It changes the internal context reuse option in the internal
+		driver data base from its default configuration :
+		reuse =[DEFAULT_PORT_forwardIntContextReuse]
+
+		May be used for Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	reuse	TRUE to reuse internal context on frames
+				forwarded to OP port.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigForwardReuseIntContext(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						bool reuse);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigDontReleaseTxBufToBM
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called if no Tx confirmation
+		is done, and yet buffers should not be released to the BM.
+
+		Normally, buffers are returned using the Tx confirmation
+		process. When Tx confirmation is not used (defFqid = 0),
+		buffers are typically released to the BM. This routine
+		may be called to avoid this behavior and not release the
+		buffers.
+
+		May be used for Tx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigDontReleaseTxBufToBM(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigIMMaxRxBufLength
+
+ @Description   Changes the maximum receive buffer length from its default
+		configuration: Closest rounded down power of 2 value of the
+		data buffer size.
+
+		The maximum receive buffer length directly affects the structure
+		of received frames (single- or multi-buffered) and the performance
+		of both the FM and the driver.
+
+		The selection between single- or multi-buffered frames should be
+		done according to the characteristics of the specific application.
+		The recommended mode is to use a single data buffer per packet,
+		as this mode provides the best performance. However, the user can
+		select to use multiple data buffers per packet.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	newVal	Maximum receive buffer length (in bytes).
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+		This routine is to be used only if Independent-Mode is enabled.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigIMMaxRxBufLength(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						uint16_t newVal);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigIMRxBdRingLength
+
+ @Description   Changes the receive BD ring length from its default
+		configuration:[DEFAULT_PORT_rxBdRingLength]
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	newVal	The desired BD ring length.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+		This routine is to be used only if Independent-Mode is enabled.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigIMRxBdRingLength(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						uint16_t newVal);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigIMTxBdRingLength
+
+ @Description   Changes the transmit BD ring length from its default
+		configuration:[DEFAULT_PORT_txBdRingLength]
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	newVal	The desired BD ring length.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+		This routine is to be used only if Independent-Mode is enabled.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigIMTxBdRingLength(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+					uint16_t newVal);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigIMFmanCtrlExternalStructsMemory
+
+ @Description   Configures memory partition and attributes for FMan-Controller
+		data structures (e.g. BD rings).
+		Calling this routine changes the internal driver data base
+		from its default configuration
+		[DEFAULT_PORT_ImfwExtStructsMemId,
+		DEFAULT_PORT_ImfwExtStructsMemAttr].
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	memId	Memory partition ID.
+ @Param[in]	memAttributes   Memory attributes mask
+			(a combination of MEMORY_ATTR_x flags).
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+uint32_t  FM_PORT_ConfigIMFmanCtrlExternalStructsMemory(
+					t_Handle h_FmPort,
+					uint8_t  memId,
+					uint32_t memAttributes);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigIMPolling
+
+ @Description   Changes the Rx flow from interrupt driven (default) to polling.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+		This routine is to be used only if Independent-Mode is enabled.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigIMPolling(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigMaxFrameLength
+
+ @Description   Changes the definition of the max size of frame that should be
+		transmitted/received on this port from
+		its default value [DEFAULT_PORT_maxFrameLength].
+		This parameter is used for confirmation of the minimum Fifo
+		size calculations and only for Tx ports or ports working in
+		independent mode. This should be larger than the maximum possible
+		MTU that will be used for this port (i.e. its MAC).
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	length	Max size of frame
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+		This routine is to be used only if Independent-Mode is enabled.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigMaxFrameLength(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+					uint16_t length);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigTxFifoMinFillLevel
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the fifo minimum
+		fill level parameter in the internal driver data base
+		from its default configuration[DEFAULT_PORT_txFifoMinFillLevel]
+
+		May be used for Tx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	minFillLevel	New value
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigTxFifoMinFillLevel(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+					uint32_t minFillLevel);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigFifoDeqPipelineDepth
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the fifo dequeue
+		pipeline depth parameter in the internal driver data base
+
+		from its default configuration :
+		1G ports : [DEFAULT_PORT_fifoDeqPipelineDepth_1G],
+		10G port : [DEFAULT_PORT_fifoDeqPipelineDepth_10G],
+		OP port : [DEFAULT_PORT_fifoDeqPipelineDepth_OH]
+
+		May be used for Tx / OP ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	deqPipelineDepth	New value
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigFifoDeqPipelineDepth(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+				uint8_t deqPipelineDepth);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigTxFifoLowComfLevel
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the fifo low comfort level
+		parameter in internal driver data base
+		from its default configuration[DEFAULT_PORT_txFifoLowComfLevel]
+
+		May be used for Tx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	fifoLowComfLevel	New value
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigTxFifoLowComfLevel(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+					uint32_t fifoLowComfLevel);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigRxFifoThreshold
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the threshold of the FIFO
+		fill level parameter in the internal driver data base
+		from its default configuration[DEFAULT_PORT_rxFifoThreshold]
+
+		If the total number of buffers which are
+		currently in use and associated with the
+		specific RX port exceed this threshold, the
+		BMI will signal the MAC to send a pause frame
+		over the link.
+
+		May be used for Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	fifoThreshold	New value
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigRxFifoThreshold(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						uint32_t fifoThreshold);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigRxFifoPriElevationLevel
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine changes the priority elevation level
+		parameter in the internal driver data base from its default
+		configuration[DEFAULT_PORT_rxFifoPriElevationLevel]
+
+		If the total number of buffers which are currently in use and
+		associated with the specific RX port exceed the amount specified
+		in priElevationLevel, BMI will signal the main FM's DMA to
+
+		elevate the FM priority on the system bus.
+
+		May be used for Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	priElevationLevel   New value
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigRxFifoPriElevationLevel(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						uint32_t priElevationLevel);
+
+#ifdef FM_HEAVY_TRAFFIC_HANG_ERRATA_FMAN_A005669
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigBCBWorkaround
+
+ @Description   Configures BCB errata workaround.
+
+		When BCB errata is applicable, the workaround is always
+		performed by FM Controller. Thus, this functions doesn't
+		actually enable errata workaround but rather allows driver
+		to perform adjustments required due to errata workaround
+		execution in FM controller.
+
+		Applying BCB workaround also configures FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_PHYSICAL
+		errors to be discarded. Thus FM_PORT_FRM_ERR_PHYSICAL can't be
+		set by FM_PORT_SetErrorsRoute() function.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigBCBWorkaround(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+#endif /* FM_HEAVY_TRAFFIC_HANG_ERRATA_FMAN_A005669 */
+
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ConfigInternalBuffOffset
+
+ @Description   Configures internal buffer offset.
+
+		May be used for Rx and OP ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	val		New value
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ConfigInternalBuffOffset(t_Handle h_FmPort, uint8_t val);
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PORT_advanced_init_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PORT_init_grp group */
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_PORT_runtime_control_grp FM Port Runtime Control Unit
+
+ @Description   FM Port Runtime control unit API functions, definitions and enums.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Description   enum for defining FM Port counters
+*/
+typedef enum e_FmPortCounters {
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_CYCLE,		/**< BMI performance counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_TASK_UTIL,		/**< BMI performance counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_QUEUE_UTIL,		/**< BMI performance counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DMA_UTIL,		/**< BMI performance counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_FIFO_UTIL,		/**< BMI performance counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_PAUSE_ACTIVATION,
+					/**< BMI Rx only performance counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_FRAME,		/**< BMI statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DISCARD_FRAME,	/**< BMI statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DEALLOC_BUF,	/**< BMI deallocate buffer statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_BAD_FRAME,	/**< BMI Rx only statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_LARGE_FRAME,	/**< BMI Rx only statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_FILTER_FRAME,/**< BMI Rx & OP only statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_LIST_DMA_ERR,
+					/**< BMI Rx, OP & HC only statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_RX_OUT_OF_BUFFERS_DISCARD,
+					/**< BMI Rx, OP & HC statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_PREPARE_TO_ENQUEUE_COUNTER,
+					/**< BMI Rx, OP & HC only statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_WRED_DISCARD,/**< BMI OP & HC only statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_LENGTH_ERR,		/**< BMI non-Rx statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_UNSUPPRTED_FORMAT,	/**< BMI non-Rx statistics counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DEQ_TOTAL,	/**< QMI total QM dequeues counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_ENQ_TOTAL,	/**< QMI total QM enqueues counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DEQ_FROM_DEFAULT,	/**< QMI counter */
+	e_FM_PORT_COUNTERS_DEQ_CONFIRM		/**< QMI counter */
+} e_FmPortCounters;
+
+typedef struct t_FmPortBmiStats {
+	uint32_t cntCycle;
+	uint32_t cntTaskUtil;
+	uint32_t cntQueueUtil;
+	uint32_t cntDmaUtil;
+	uint32_t cntFifoUtil;
+	uint32_t cntRxPauseActivation;
+	uint32_t cntFrame;
+	uint32_t cntDiscardFrame;
+	uint32_t cntDeallocBuf;
+	uint32_t cntRxBadFrame;
+	uint32_t cntRxLargeFrame;
+	uint32_t cntRxFilterFrame;
+	uint32_t cntRxListDmaErr;
+	uint32_t cntRxOutOfBuffersDiscard;
+	uint32_t cntWredDiscard;
+	uint32_t cntLengthErr;
+	uint32_t cntUnsupportedFormat;
+} t_FmPortBmiStats;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Port id parameters.
+		Fields commented 'IN' are passed by the port module to be used
+		by the FM module.
+		Fields commented 'OUT' will be filled by FM before returning to port.
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortCongestionGrps {
+	uint16_t	numOfCongestionGrpsToConsider;
+				/**< The number of required CGs
+				to define the size of the following array */
+	uint8_t	congestionGrpsToConsider[FM_PORT_NUM_OF_CONGESTION_GRPS];
+				/**< An array of CG indexes;
+				Note that the size of the array should be
+				'numOfCongestionGrpsToConsider'. */
+#if (DPAA_VERSION >= 11)
+	bool	pfcPrioritiesEn[FM_PORT_NUM_OF_CONGESTION_GRPS][FM_MAX_NUM_OF_PFC_PRIORITIES];
+				/**< a matrix that represents the map between the CG ids
+				defined in 'congestionGrpsToConsider' to the priorties
+				mapping array. */
+#endif /* (DPAA_VERSION >= 11) */
+} t_FmPortCongestionGrps;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Deep Sleep Auto Response ARP Entry
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarArpEntry {
+	uint32_t  ipAddress;
+	uint8_t   mac[6];
+	bool	isVlan;
+	uint16_t  vid;
+} t_FmPortDsarArpEntry;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Deep Sleep Auto Response ARP info
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarArpInfo {
+	uint8_t	tableSize;
+	t_FmPortDsarArpEntry *p_AutoResTable;
+	bool		enableConflictDetection;
+	/* when TRUE Conflict Detection will be checked and wake the host if needed */
+} t_FmPortDsarArpInfo;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Deep Sleep Auto Response NDP Entry
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarNdpEntry {
+	uint32_t  ipAddress[4];
+	uint8_t   mac[6];
+	bool	isVlan;
+	uint16_t  vid;
+} t_FmPortDsarNdpEntry;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Deep Sleep Auto Response NDP info
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarNdpInfo {
+	uint32_t		multicastGroup;
+
+	uint8_t		tableSizeAssigned;
+	t_FmPortDsarNdpEntry  *p_AutoResTableAssigned;
+		/* This list refer to solicitation IP addresses.
+		Note that all IP addresses must be from the same multicast group.
+		This will be checked and if not operation will fail. */
+	uint8_t		tableSizeTmp;
+	t_FmPortDsarNdpEntry  *p_AutoResTableTmp;
+		/* This list refer to temp IP addresses.
+		Note that all temp IP addresses must be from the same multicast group.
+		This will be checked and if not operation will fail. */
+
+	bool		enableConflictDetection;
+	/* when TRUE Conflict Detection will be checked and wake the host if needed */
+
+} t_FmPortDsarNdpInfo;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Deep Sleep Auto Response ICMPV4 info
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarEchoIpv4Info {
+	uint8_t		tableSize;
+	t_FmPortDsarArpEntry  *p_AutoResTable;
+} t_FmPortDsarEchoIpv4Info;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Deep Sleep Auto Response ICMPV6 info
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarEchoIpv6Info {
+	uint8_t		tableSize;
+	t_FmPortDsarNdpEntry  *p_AutoResTable;
+} t_FmPortDsarEchoIpv6Info;
+
+/**
+@Description	Deep Sleep Auto Response SNMP OIDs table entry
+
+*/
+typedef struct {
+	uint16_t	oidSize;
+	uint8_t	*oidVal; /* only the oid string */
+	uint16_t	resSize;
+	uint8_t	*resVal; /* resVal will be the entire reply,
+		i.e. "Type|Length|Value" */
+} t_FmPortDsarOidsEntry;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Deep Sleep Auto Response SNMP IPv4 Addresses Table Entry
+		Refer to the FMan Controller spec for more details.
+*/
+typedef struct {
+	uint32_t ipv4Addr; /*!< 32 bit IPv4 Address. */
+	bool	isVlan;
+	uint16_t vid;   /*!< 12 bits VLAN ID. The 4 left-most bits should be cleared*/
+	/*!< This field should be 0x0000 for an entry with no VLAN tag or a null VLAN ID. */
+} t_FmPortDsarSnmpIpv4AddrTblEntry;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Deep Sleep Auto Response SNMP IPv6 Addresses Table Entry
+		Refer to the FMan Controller spec for more details.
+*/
+typedef struct {
+	uint32_t ipv6Addr[4];  /*!< 4 * 32 bit IPv6 Address.*/
+	bool	isVlan;
+	uint16_t vid;	/*!< 12 bits VLAN ID. The 4 left-most bits should be cleared*/
+	/*!< This field should be 0x0000 for an entry with no VLAN tag or a null VLAN ID. */
+} t_FmPortDsarSnmpIpv6AddrTblEntry;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Deep Sleep Auto Response SNMP Descriptor
+
+*/
+typedef struct {
+	uint16_t control;	/**< Control bits [0-15]. */
+	uint16_t maxSnmpMsgLength;/**< Maximal allowed SNMP message length. */
+	uint16_t numOfIpv4Addresses; /**< Number of entries in IPv4 addresses table. */
+	uint16_t numOfIpv6Addresses; /**< Number of entries in IPv6 addresses table. */
+	t_FmPortDsarSnmpIpv4AddrTblEntry *p_Ipv4AddrTbl;
+				/**< Pointer to IPv4 addresses table. */
+	t_FmPortDsarSnmpIpv6AddrTblEntry *p_Ipv6AddrTbl;
+				/**< Pointer to IPv6 addresses table. */
+	uint8_t *p_RdOnlyCommunityStr;
+				/**< Pointer to the Read Only Community String. */
+	uint8_t *p_RdWrCommunityStr;/**< Pointer to the Read Write Community String. */
+	t_FmPortDsarOidsEntry *p_OidsTbl;/**< Pointer to OIDs table. */
+	uint32_t oidsTblSize;	/**< Number of entries in OIDs table. */
+} t_FmPortDsarSnmpInfo;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Deep Sleep Auto Response filtering Entry
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarFilteringEntry {
+	uint16_t	srcPort;
+	uint16_t	dstPort;
+	uint16_t	srcPortMask;
+	uint16_t	dstPortMask;
+} t_FmPortDsarFilteringEntry;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Deep Sleep Auto Response filtering info
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarFilteringInfo {
+	/* IP protocol filtering parameters */
+	uint8_t	ipProtTableSize;
+	uint8_t	*p_IpProtTablePtr;
+	bool	ipProtPassOnHit;
+			/* when TRUE, miss in the table will cause the packet to be droped,
+			hit will pass the packet to UDP/TCP filters if needed and if not
+			to the classification tree. If the classification tree will pass
+			the packet to a queue it will cause a wake interupt.
+			When FALSE it the other way around. */
+	/* UDP port filtering parameters */
+	uint8_t	udpPortsTableSize;
+	t_FmPortDsarFilteringEntry *p_UdpPortsTablePtr;
+	bool	udpPortPassOnHit;
+			/* when TRUE, miss in the table will cause the packet to be droped,
+			hit will pass the packet to classification tree.
+			If the classification tree will pass the packet to a queue it
+			will cause a wake interupt.
+			When FALSE it the other way around. */
+	/* TCP port filtering parameters */
+	uint16_t	tcpFlagsMask;
+	uint8_t	tcpPortsTableSize;
+	t_FmPortDsarFilteringEntry *p_TcpPortsTablePtr;
+	bool	tcpPortPassOnHit;
+			/* when TRUE, miss in the table will cause the packet to be droped,
+			hit will pass the packet to classification tree.
+			If the classification tree will pass the packet to a queue it
+			will cause a wake interupt.
+			When FALSE it the other way around. */
+} t_FmPortDsarFilteringInfo;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Structure for Deep Sleep Auto Response parameters
+*/
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarParams {
+	t_Handle		h_FmPortTx;
+	t_FmPortDsarArpInfo	*p_AutoResArpInfo;
+	t_FmPortDsarEchoIpv4Info  *p_AutoResEchoIpv4Info;
+	t_FmPortDsarNdpInfo	*p_AutoResNdpInfo;
+	t_FmPortDsarEchoIpv6Info  *p_AutoResEchoIpv6Info;
+	t_FmPortDsarSnmpInfo	*p_AutoResSnmpInfo;
+	t_FmPortDsarFilteringInfo *p_AutoResFilteringInfo;
+} t_FmPortDsarParams;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_EnterDsar
+
+ @Description   Enter Deep Sleep Auto Response mode.
+		This function write the appropriate values to in the relevant
+		tables in the MURAM.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPortRx - FM PORT module descriptor
+ @Param[in]	params - Auto Response parameters
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_EnterDsar(t_Handle h_FmPortRx,
+				t_FmPortDsarParams *params);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_EnterDsarFinal
+
+ @Description   Enter Deep Sleep Auto Response mode.
+		This function sets the Tx port in independent mode as needed
+		and redirect the receive flow to go through the
+		Dsar Fman-ctrl code
+
+ @Param[in]	h_DsarRxPort - FM Rx PORT module descriptor
+ @Param[in]	h_DsarTxPort - FM Tx PORT module descriptor
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_EnterDsarFinal(t_Handle h_DsarRxPort,
+					t_Handle h_DsarTxPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ExitDsar
+
+ @Description   Exit Deep Sleep Auto Response mode.
+		This function reverse the AR mode and put the ports back into
+		their original wake mode
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPortRx - FM PORT Rx module descriptor
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPortTx - FM PORT Tx module descriptor
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_EnterDsar().
+*/
+void FM_PORT_ExitDsar(t_Handle h_FmPortRx, t_Handle h_FmPortTx);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_IsInDsar
+
+ @Description   This function returns TRUE if the port was set as Auto Response
+		and FALSE if not. Once Exit AR mode it will return FALSE as well
+		until re-enabled once more.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort - FM PORT module descriptor
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+bool FM_PORT_IsInDsar(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+typedef struct t_FmPortDsarStats {
+	uint32_t arpArCnt;
+	uint32_t echoIcmpv4ArCnt;
+	uint32_t ndpArCnt;
+	uint32_t echoIcmpv6ArCnt;
+	uint32_t snmpGetCnt;
+	uint32_t snmpGetNextCnt;
+} t_FmPortDsarStats;
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetDsarStats
+
+ @Description   Return statistics for Deep Sleep Auto Response
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPortRx - FM PORT module descriptor
+ @Param[out]	stats - structure containing the statistics counters
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_GetDsarStats(t_Handle h_FmPortRx,
+					t_FmPortDsarStats *stats);
+
+#if (defined(DEBUG_ERRORS) && (DEBUG_ERRORS > 0))
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_DumpRegs
+
+ @Description   Dump all regs.
+
+		Calling this routine invalidates the descriptor.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort - FM PORT module descriptor
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_DumpRegs(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+#endif /* (defined(DEBUG_ERRORS) && ... */
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetBufferDataOffset
+
+ @Description   Relevant for Rx ports.
+		Returns the data offset from the beginning of the data buffer
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort - FM PORT module descriptor
+
+ @Return	data offset.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_GetBufferDataOffset(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetBufferICInfo
+
+ @Description   Returns the Internal Context offset from the beginning of the data buffer
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort - FM PORT module descriptor
+ @Param[in]	p_Data   - A pointer to the data buffer.
+
+ @Return	Internal context info pointer on success, NULL if 'allOtherInfo' was not
+		configured for this port.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint8_t *FM_PORT_GetBufferICInfo(t_Handle h_FmPort, char *p_Data);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetBufferPrsResult
+
+ @Description   Returns the pointer to the parse result in the data buffer.
+		In Rx ports this is relevant after reception, if parse
+		result is configured to be part of the data passed to the
+		application. For non Rx ports it may be used to get the pointer
+		of the area in the buffer where parse result should be
+		initialized - if so configured.
+		See FM_PORT_ConfigBufferPrefixContent for data buffer prefix
+		configuration.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	- FM PORT module descriptor
+ @Param[in]	p_Data	- A pointer to the data buffer.
+
+ @Return	Parse result pointer on success, NULL if parse result was not
+		configured for this port.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+t_FmPrsResult *FM_PORT_GetBufferPrsResult(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						char *p_Data);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetBufferTimeStamp
+
+ @Description   Returns the time stamp in the data buffer.
+		Relevant for Rx ports for getting the buffer time stamp.
+		See FM_PORT_ConfigBufferPrefixContent for data buffer prefix
+		configuration.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	- FM PORT module descriptor
+ @Param[in]	p_Data	- A pointer to the data buffer.
+
+ @Return	A pointer to the hash result on success, NULL otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint64_t *FM_PORT_GetBufferTimeStamp(t_Handle h_FmPort, char *p_Data);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetBufferHashResult
+
+ @Description   Given a data buffer, on the condition that hash result was defined
+		as a part of the buffer content(see FM_PORT_ConfigBufferPrefixContent)
+		this routine will return the pointer to the hash result location in the
+		buffer prefix.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	- FM PORT module descriptor
+ @Param[in]	p_Data	- A pointer to the data buffer.
+
+ @Return	A pointer to the hash result on success, NULL otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint8_t *FM_PORT_GetBufferHashResult(t_Handle h_FmPort, char *p_Data);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_Disable
+
+ @Description   Gracefully disable an FM port. The port will not start new tasks after all
+		tasks associated with the port are terminated.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+		This is a blocking routine, it returns after port is
+		gracefully stopped, i.e. the port will not except new frames,
+		but it will finish all frames or tasks which were already began
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_Disable(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_Enable
+
+ @Description   A runtime routine provided to allow disable/enable of port.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_Enable(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetRateLimit
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables rate limit algorithm.
+		By default, this functionality is disabled.
+
+		Note that rate - limit mechanism uses the FM time stamp.
+		The selected rate limit specified here would be
+		rounded DOWN to the nearest 16M.
+
+		May be used for Tx and OP ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_RateLimit	A structure of rate limit parameters
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+		If rate limit is set on a port that need to send PFC frames,
+		it might violate the stop transmit timing.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetRateLimit(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+				t_FmPortRateLimit *p_RateLimit);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_DeleteRateLimit
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine disables and clears rate limit
+		initialization.
+
+		May be used for Tx and OP ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_DeleteRateLimit(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetPfcPrioritiesMappingToQmanWQ
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine maps each PFC received priority to the transmit WQ.
+		This WQ will be blocked upon receiving a PFC frame with this priority.
+
+		May be used for Tx ports only.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	prio		PFC priority (0 - 7).
+ @Param[in]	wq		Work Queue (0 - 7).
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetPfcPrioritiesMappingToQmanWQ(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						uint8_t prio, uint8_t wq);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetStatisticsCounters
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables/disables port's statistics counters.
+		By default, counters are enabled.
+
+		May be used for all port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	enable	TRUE to enable, FALSE to disable.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetStatisticsCounters(t_Handle h_FmPort, bool enable);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetFrameQueueCounters
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables/disables port's enqueue/dequeue counters.
+		By default, counters are enabled.
+
+		May be used for all ports
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	enable	TRUE to enable, FALSE to disable.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetFrameQueueCounters(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						bool enable);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_AnalyzePerformanceParams
+
+ @Description   User may call this routine to so the driver will analyze if the
+		basic performance parameters are correct and also the driver may
+		suggest of improvements; The basic parameters are FIFO sizes, number
+		of DMAs and number of TNUMs for the port.
+
+		May be used for all port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_AnalyzePerformanceParams(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetAllocBufCounter
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables/disables BM pool allocate
+		buffer counters.
+		By default, counters are enabled.
+
+		May be used for Rx ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	poolId	BM pool id.
+ @Param[in]	enable	TRUE to enable, FALSE to disable.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetAllocBufCounter(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						uint8_t poolId, bool enable);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetBmiCounters
+
+ @Description   Read port's BMI stat counters and place them into
+		a designated structure of counters.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[out]	p_BmiStats  counters structure
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_GetBmiCounters(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+					t_FmPortBmiStats *p_BmiStats);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetCounter
+
+ @Description   Reads one of the FM PORT counters.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	fmPortCounter	The requested counter.
+
+ @Return	Counter's current value.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+		Note that it is user's responsibility to call this routine only
+		for enabled counters, and there will be no indication if a
+		disabled counter is accessed.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_GetCounter(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+		e_FmPortCounters fmPortCounter);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ModifyCounter
+
+ @Description   Sets a value to an enabled counter. Use "0" to reset the counter.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	fmPortCounter	The requested counter.
+ @Param[in]	value		The requested value to be written into the counter.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ModifyCounter(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+		e_FmPortCounters fmPortCounter, uint32_t value);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetAllocBufCounter
+
+ @Description   Reads one of the FM PORT buffer counters.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	poolId		The requested pool.
+
+ @Return	Counter's current value.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+		Note that it is user's responsibility to call this routine only
+		for enabled counters, and there will be no indication if a
+		disabled counter is accessed.
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_GetAllocBufCounter(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			uint8_t poolId);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ModifyAllocBufCounter
+
+ @Description   Sets a value to an enabled counter. Use "0" to reset the counter.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	poolId		The requested pool.
+ @Param[in]	value		The requested value to be written into the counter.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ModifyAllocBufCounter(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			uint8_t poolId, uint32_t value);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_AddCongestionGrps
+
+ @Description   This routine effects the corresponding Tx port.
+		It should be called in order to enable pause
+		frame transmission in case of congestion in one or more
+		of the congestion groups relevant to this port.
+		Each call to this routine may add one or more congestion
+		groups to be considered relevant to this port.
+
+		May be used for Rx, or RX + OP ports only (depending on chip)
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_CongestionGrps	A pointer to an array of congestion groups
+				id's to consider.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_AddCongestionGrps(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			t_FmPortCongestionGrps *p_CongestionGrps);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_RemoveCongestionGrps
+
+ @Description   This routine effects the corresponding Tx port. It should be
+		called when congestion groups were
+		defined for this port and are no longer relevant, or pause
+		frames transmitting is not required on their behalf.
+		Each call to this routine may remove one or more congestion
+		groups to be considered relevant to this port.
+
+		May be used for Rx, or RX + OP ports only (depending on chip)
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_CongestionGrps	A pointer to an array of congestion groups
+				id's to consider.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_RemoveCongestionGrps(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			t_FmPortCongestionGrps *p_CongestionGrps);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_IsStalled
+
+ @Description   A routine for checking whether the specified port is stalled.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	TRUE if port is stalled, FALSE otherwize
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+bool FM_PORT_IsStalled(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ReleaseStalled
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called in case the port was stalled and may
+		now be released.
+		Note that this routine is available only on older FMan revisions
+		(FMan v2, DPAA v1.0 only).
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_ReleaseStalled(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetRxL4ChecksumVerify
+
+ @Description   This routine is relevant for Rx ports (1G and 10G). The routine
+		set / clear the L3 / L4 checksum verification (on RX side).
+		Note that this takes affect only if hw - parser is enabled !
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	l4Checksum	boolean indicates whether to do L3/L4 checksum
+				on frames or not.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetRxL4ChecksumVerify(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			bool l4Checksum);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetErrorsRoute
+
+ @Description   Errors selected for this routine will cause a frame with that error
+		to be enqueued to error queue.
+		Errors not selected for this routine will cause a frame with that error
+		to be enqueued to the one of the other port queues.
+		By default all errors are defined to be enqueued to error queue.
+		Errors that were configured to be discarded(at initialization)
+		may not be selected here.
+
+		May be used for Rx and OP ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	errs	A list of errors to enqueue to error queue
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Config() and before FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetErrorsRoute(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+				fmPortFrameErrSelect_t errs);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetIMExceptions
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables/disables FM PORT interrupts.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	FM PORT module descriptor.
+ @Param[in]	exception	The exception to be selected.
+ @Param[in]	enable	TRUE to enable interrupt, FALSE to mask it.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+		This routine should NOT be called from guest-partition
+		(i.e. guestId != NCSW_MASTER_ID)
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetIMExceptions(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+				e_FmPortExceptions exception, bool enable);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetPerformanceCounters
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine enables/disables port's performance counters.
+		By default, counters are enabled.
+
+		May be used for all port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	enable		TRUE to enable, FALSE to disable.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetPerformanceCounters(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						bool enable);
+
+/*
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetPerformanceCountersParams
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine defines port's performance
+		counters parameters.
+
+		May be used for all port types
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPortPerformanceCnt  A pointer to a structure of performance
+				counters parameters.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetPerformanceCountersParams(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			t_FmPortPerformanceCnt *p_FmPortPerformanceCnt);
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_PORT_pcd_runtime_control_grp FM Port PCD Runtime Control Unit
+
+ @Description   FM Port PCD Runtime control unit API functions, definitions and enums.
+
+ @Function	FM_PORT_SetPCD
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine defines the port's PCD configuration.
+		It changes it from its default configuration which is PCD
+		disabled (BMI to BMI) and configures it according to the passed
+		parameters.
+
+		May be used for Rx and OP ports only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPortPcd	A Structure of parameters defining the port's PCD
+				configuration.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_SetPCD(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			ioc_fm_port_pcd_params_t *p_FmPortPcd);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_DeletePCD
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine releases the port's PCD configuration.
+		The port returns to its default configuration which is PCD
+		disabled (BMI to BMI) and all PCD configuration is removed.
+
+		May be used for Rx and OP ports which are
+		in PCD mode  only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_DeletePCD(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_AttachPCD
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called after FM_PORT_DetachPCD was called,
+		to return to the originally configured PCD support flow.
+		The couple of routines are used to allow PCD configuration changes
+		that demand that PCD will not be used while changes take place.
+
+		May be used for Rx and OP ports which are
+		in PCD mode only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_AttachPCD(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_DetachPCD
+
+ @Description   Calling this routine detaches the port from its PCD functionality.
+		The port returns to its default flow which is BMI to BMI.
+
+		May be used for Rx and OP ports which are
+		in PCD mode only
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_AttachPCD().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_DetachPCD(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdPlcrAllocProfiles
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called only for ports that use the Policer in
+		order to allocate private policer profiles.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	numOfProfiles	The number of required policer profiles
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init() and FM_PCD_Init(),
+		and before FM_PORT_SetPCD().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_PcdPlcrAllocProfiles(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			uint16_t numOfProfiles);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdPlcrFreeProfiles
+
+ @Description   This routine should be called for freeing private policer profiles.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init() and FM_PCD_Init(),
+		and before FM_PORT_SetPCD().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_PcdPlcrFreeProfiles(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdKgModifyInitialScheme
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called only for ports that use the keygen in
+		order to change the initial scheme frame should be routed to.
+		The change may be of a scheme id(in case of direct mode),
+		from direct to indirect, or from indirect to direct - specifying the scheme id.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_FmPcdKgScheme	A structure of parameters for defining whether
+				a scheme is direct / indirect, and if direct - scheme id.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init() and FM_PORT_SetPCD().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_PcdKgModifyInitialScheme(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+		ioc_fm_pcd_kg_scheme_select_t *p_FmPcdKgScheme);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdPlcrModifyInitialProfile
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called for ports with flows
+		e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PLCR_ONLY or e_FM_PORT_PCD_SUPPORT_PRS_AND_PLCR
+		only, to change the initial Policer profile frame should be
+		routed to. The change may be of a profile and / or absolute / direct
+		mode selection.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	h_Profile		Policer profile handle
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init() and FM_PORT_SetPCD().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_PcdPlcrModifyInitialProfile(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+						t_Handle h_Profile);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdCcModifyTree
+
+ @Description   This routine may be called for ports that use coarse classification tree
+if the user wishes to replace the tree. The routine may not be called while port
+receives packets using the PCD functionalities, therefor port must be first detached
+from the PCD, only than the routine may be called, and than port be attached to PCD again.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	h_CcTree		A CC tree that was already built. The tree id as returned from
+				the BuildTree routine.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init(), FM_PORT_SetPCD() and FM_PORT_DetachPCD()
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_PcdCcModifyTree(t_Handle h_FmPort, t_Handle h_CcTree);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdKgBindSchemes
+
+ @Description   These routines may be called for adding more schemes for the
+		port to be bound to. The selected schemes are not added,
+		just this specific port starts using them.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_PortScheme	A structure defining the list of schemes to be added.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init() and FM_PORT_SetPCD().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_PcdKgBindSchemes(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			ioc_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t *p_PortScheme);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_PcdKgUnbindSchemes
+
+ @Description   These routines may be called for adding more schemes for the
+		port to be bound to. The selected schemes are not removed or invalidated,
+		just this specific port stops using them.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_PortScheme	A structure defining the list of schemes to be added.
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init() and FM_PORT_SetPCD().
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_PcdKgUnbindSchemes(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+			ioc_fm_pcd_port_schemes_params_t *p_PortScheme);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_GetIPv4OptionsCount
+
+ @Description   TODO
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[out]	p_Ipv4OptionsCount  will hold the counter value
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init()
+*/
+uint32_t FM_PORT_GetIPv4OptionsCount(t_Handle h_FmPort,
+				uint32_t *p_Ipv4OptionsCount);
+
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PORT_pcd_runtime_control_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PORT_runtime_control_grp group */
+
+/**
+ @Group	FM_PORT_runtime_data_grp FM Port Runtime Data-path Unit
+
+ @Description   FM Port Runtime data unit API functions, definitions and enums.
+		This API is valid only if working in Independent-Mode.
+
+ @{
+*/
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ImTx
+
+ @Description   Tx function, called to transmit a data buffer on the port.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort	A handle to a FM Port module.
+ @Param[in]	p_Data	A pointer to an LCP data buffer.
+ @Param[in]	length	Size of data for transmission.
+ @Param[in]	lastBuffer  Buffer position - TRUE for the last buffer
+				of a frame, including a single buffer frame
+ @Param[in]	h_BufContext  A handle of the user acossiated with this buffer
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+		NOTE - This routine can be used only when working in
+		Independent-Mode mode.
+*/
+uint32_t  FM_PORT_ImTx(t_Handle		h_FmPort,
+			uint8_t		*p_Data,
+			uint16_t		length,
+			bool		lastBuffer,
+			t_Handle		h_BufContext);
+
+/**
+ @Function	FM_PORT_ImTxConf
+
+ @Description   Tx port confirmation routine, optional, may be called to verify
+		transmission of all frames. The procedure performed by this
+		routine will be performed automatically on next buffer transmission,
+		but if desired, calling this routine will invoke this action on
+		demand.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_FmPort		A handle to a FM Port module.
+
+ @Cautions	Allowed only following FM_PORT_Init().
+		NOTE - This routine can be used only when working in
+		Independent-Mode mode.
+*/
+void FM_PORT_ImTxConf(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+uint32_t  FM_PORT_ImRx(t_Handle h_FmPort);
+
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PORT_runtime_data_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_PORT_grp group */
+/** @} */ /* end of FM_grp group */
+#endif /* __FM_PORT_EXT_H */
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/ncsw_ext.h b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/ncsw_ext.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..319107c53
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/ncsw_ext.h
@@ -0,0 +1,153 @@ 
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0)
+ * Copyright 2008-2012 Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
+ * Copyright 2017-2020 NXP
+ */
+
+#ifndef __NCSW_EXT_H
+#define __NCSW_EXT_H
+
+#include <stdint.h>
+
+#define PTR_TO_UINT(_ptr)	((uintptr_t)(_ptr))
+#define UINT_TO_PTR(_val)	((void *)(uintptr_t)(_val))
+
+/* physAddress_t should be uintptr_t */
+typedef uint64_t physAddress_t;
+
+/**
+ @Description   Possible RxStore callback responses.
+*/
+typedef enum e_RxStoreResponse {
+	e_RX_STORE_RESPONSE_PAUSE
+		/**< Pause invoking callback with received data;
+		in polling mode, start again invoking callback
+		only next time user invokes the receive routine;
+		in interrupt mode, start again invoking callback
+		only next time a receive event triggers an interrupt;
+		in all cases, received data that are pending are not
+		lost, rather, their processing is temporarily deferred;
+		in all cases, received data are processed in the order
+		in which they were received. */
+	, e_RX_STORE_RESPONSE_CONTINUE
+	/**< Continue invoking callback with received data. */
+} e_RxStoreResponse;
+
+
+/**
+ @Description   General Handle
+*/
+typedef void *t_Handle;   /**< handle, used as object's descriptor */
+
+/* @} */
+
+/**
+ @Function	t_GetBufFunction
+
+ @Description   User callback function called by driver to get data buffer.
+
+		User provides this function. Driver invokes it.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_BufferPool	- A handle to buffer pool manager
+ @Param[out]	p_BufContextHandle  - Returns the user's private context that
+				should be associated with the buffer
+
+ @Return	Pointer to data buffer, NULL if error
+ */
+typedef uint8_t * (t_GetBufFunction)(t_Handle   h_BufferPool,
+					t_Handle *p_BufContextHandle);
+
+/**
+ @Function	t_PutBufFunction
+
+ @Description   User callback function called by driver to return data buffer.
+
+		User provides this function. Driver invokes it.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_BufferPool	- A handle to buffer pool manager
+ @Param[in]	p_Buffer	- A pointer to buffer to return
+ @Param[in]	h_BufContext	- The user's private context associated with
+				the returned buffer
+
+ @Return	E_OK on success; Error code otherwise
+ */
+typedef uint32_t (t_PutBufFunction)(t_Handle h_BufferPool,
+				uint8_t  *p_Buffer,
+				t_Handle h_BufContext);
+
+/**
+ @Function	t_PhysToVirt
+
+ @Description   Translates a physical address to the matching virtual address.
+
+ @Param[in]	addr - The physical address to translate.
+
+ @Return	Virtual address.
+*/
+typedef void *t_PhysToVirt(physAddress_t addr);
+
+/**
+ @Function	t_VirtToPhys
+
+ @Description   Translates a virtual address to the matching physical address.
+
+ @Param[in]	addr - The virtual address to translate.
+
+ @Return	Physical address.
+*/
+typedef physAddress_t t_VirtToPhys(void *addr);
+
+/**
+ @Description   Buffer Pool Information Structure.
+*/
+typedef struct t_BufferPoolInfo {
+	t_Handle		h_BufferPool; /**< A handle to the buffer pool mgr */
+	t_GetBufFunction	*f_GetBuf; /**< User callback to get a free buffer */
+	t_PutBufFunction	*f_PutBuf; /**< User callback to return a buffer */
+	uint16_t		bufferSize; /**< Buffer size (in bytes) */
+
+	t_PhysToVirt	*f_PhysToVirt;  /**< User callback to translate pool buffers
+					physical addresses to virtual addresses  */
+	t_VirtToPhys	*f_VirtToPhys;  /**< User callback to translate pool buffers
+					virtual addresses to physical addresses */
+} t_BufferPoolInfo;
+
+/**
+ @Description   User callback function called by driver with receive data.
+
+		User provides this function. Driver invokes it.
+
+ @Param[in]	h_App	- Application's handle, as was provided to the
+				driver by the user
+ @Param[in]	queueId	- Receive queue ID
+ @Param[in]	p_Data	- Pointer to the buffer with received data
+ @Param[in]	h_BufContext	- The user's private context associated with
+				the given data buffer
+ @Param[in]	length	- Length of received data
+ @Param[in]	status	- Receive status and errors
+ @Param[in]	position	- Position of buffer in frame
+ @Param[in]	flags	- Driver-dependent information
+
+ @Retval	e_RX_STORE_RESPONSE_CONTINUE - order the driver to continue Rx
+						operation for all ready data.
+ @Retval	e_RX_STORE_RESPONSE_PAUSE- order the driver to stop Rx ops.
+ */
+typedef e_RxStoreResponse(t_RxStoreFunction)(t_Handle  h_App,
+						uint32_t  queueId,
+						uint8_t   *p_Data,
+						t_Handle  h_BufContext,
+						uint32_t  length,
+						uint16_t  status,
+						uint8_t   position,
+						uint32_t  flags);
+
+typedef struct t_Device {
+	uintptr_t   id;	/**< the device id */
+	int	fd;	/**< the device file descriptor */
+	t_Handle	h_UserPriv;
+	uint32_t	owners;
+} t_Device;
+
+t_Handle CreateDevice(t_Handle h_UserPriv, t_Handle h_DevId);
+t_Handle GetDeviceId(t_Handle h_Dev);
+
+#endif /* __NCSW_EXT_H */
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/net_ext.h b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/net_ext.h
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..00e6cecef
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa/fmlib/net_ext.h
@@ -0,0 +1,383 @@ 
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: (BSD-3-Clause OR GPL-2.0)
+ * Copyright 2008-2012 Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
+ * Copyright 2017-2019 NXP
+ */
+
+#ifndef __NET_EXT_H
+#define __NET_EXT_H
+
+#include "ncsw_ext.h"
+
+/**
+ @Description   This file contains common and general netcomm headers definitions.
+*/
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_ppp_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPP_PID		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPP_COMPRESSED	(IOC_NET_HF_PPP_PID << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_PPP_PID << 2) - 1)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_pppoe_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_VER		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_TYPE		(IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_VER << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_CODE		(IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_VER << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_SID		(IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_VER << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_LEN		(IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_VER << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_SESSION	(IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_VER << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_PID		(IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_VER << 6)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_PPPoE_VER << 7) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_PID		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_CKSUM		(IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_PID << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_COMPRESSED	(IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_PID << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_PID << 3) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_PFF	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_LXT	(IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_PFF << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_LEN	(IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_PFF << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_PID	(IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_PFF << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_USE_PID	(IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_PFF << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME_PFF << 5) - 1)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_eth_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ETH_DA		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ETH_SA		(IOC_NET_HF_ETH_DA << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ETH_LENGTH		(IOC_NET_HF_ETH_DA << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ETH_TYPE		(IOC_NET_HF_ETH_DA << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ETH_FINAL_CKSUM	(IOC_NET_HF_ETH_DA << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ETH_PADDING		(IOC_NET_HF_ETH_DA << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ETH_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_ETH_DA << 6) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ETH_ADDR_SIZE	6
+
+typedef uint16_t ioc_header_field_ip_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IP_VER		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IP_DSCP		(IOC_NET_HF_IP_VER << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IP_ECN		(IOC_NET_HF_IP_VER << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IP_PROTO		(IOC_NET_HF_IP_VER << 4)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IP_PROTO_SIZE	1
+
+typedef uint16_t ioc_header_field_ipv4_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_HDR_LEN		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_TOS		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_TOTAL_LEN	(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_ID		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_FLAG_D		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_FLAG_M		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 6)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_OFFSET		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 7)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_TTL		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 8)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_PROTO		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 9)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_CKSUM		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 10)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_SRC_IP		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 11)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_DST_IP		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 12)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_OPTS		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 13)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_OPTS_COUNT	(IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 14)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_VER << 15) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_ADDR_SIZE	4
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv4_PROTO_SIZE	1
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_ipv6_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_VER		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_TC		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_VER << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_SRC_IP		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_VER << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_DST_IP		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_VER << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_NEXT_HDR	(IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_VER << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_FL		(IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_VER << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_HOP_LIMIT	(IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_VER << 6)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_VER << 7) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_ADDR_SIZE	16
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPv6_NEXT_HDR_SIZE	1
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_TYPE		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_CODE		(IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_TYPE << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_CKSUM		(IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_TYPE << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_ID		(IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_TYPE << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_SQ_NUM		(IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_TYPE << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_TYPE << 5) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_CODE_SIZE	1
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ICMP_TYPE_SIZE	1
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IGMP_VERSION		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IGMP_TYPE		(IOC_NET_HF_IGMP_VERSION << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IGMP_CKSUM		(IOC_NET_HF_IGMP_VERSION << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IGMP_DATA		(IOC_NET_HF_IGMP_VERSION << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IGMP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_IGMP_VERSION << 4) - 1)
+
+typedef uint16_t ioc_header_field_tcp_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_DST		(IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_SEQ		(IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_ACK		(IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_OFFSET		(IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_FLAGS		(IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_WINDOW		(IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 6)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_CKSUM		(IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 7)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_URGPTR		(IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 8)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_OPTS		(IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 9)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_OPTS_COUNT	(IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 10)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SRC << 11) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_TCP_PORT_SIZE	2
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_sctp_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_PORT_SRC	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_PORT_DST	(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_PORT_SRC << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_VER_TAG		(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_PORT_SRC << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CKSUM		(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_PORT_SRC << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_PORT_SRC << 4) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_PORT_SIZE	2
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_dccp_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_DCCP_PORT_SRC	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_DCCP_PORT_DST	(IOC_NET_HF_DCCP_PORT_SRC << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_DCCP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_DCCP_PORT_SRC << 2) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_DCCP_PORT_SIZE	2
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_udp_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_PORT_SRC		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_PORT_DST		(IOC_NET_HF_UDP_PORT_SRC << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_LEN		(IOC_NET_HF_UDP_PORT_SRC << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_CKSUM		(IOC_NET_HF_UDP_PORT_SRC << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_UDP_PORT_SRC << 4) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_PORT_SIZE	2
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_udp_lite_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_LITE_PORT_SRC	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_LITE_PORT_DST	(IOC_NET_HF_UDP_LITE_PORT_SRC << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_LITE_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_UDP_LITE_PORT_SRC << 2) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_LITE_PORT_SIZE		2
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_udp_encap_esp_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_PORT_SRC	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_PORT_DST	(IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_PORT_SRC << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_LEN		(IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_PORT_SRC << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_CKSUM		(IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_PORT_SRC << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_SPI		(IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_PORT_SRC << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_SEQUENCE_NUM	(IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_PORT_SRC << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_PORT_SRC << 6) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_PORT_SIZE	2
+#define IOC_NET_HF_UDP_ENCAP_ESP_SPI_SIZE	4
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_CID		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_CID_TYPE	(IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_CID << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_HCINDEX		(IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_CID << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_GEN		(IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_CID << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_D_BIT		(IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_CID << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_IPHC_CID << 5) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_FLAGS	(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_LENGTH	(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TSN		(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_STREAM_ID	(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_STREAM_SQN	(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_PAYLOAD_PID	(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 6)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_UNORDERED	(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 7)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_BEGGINING	(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 8)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_END		(IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 9)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 10) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_LENGTH_BIT	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_SEQUENCE_BIT	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_OFFSET_BIT	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_PRIORITY_BIT	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_VERSION	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_LEN		(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 6)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TUNNEL_ID	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 7)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_SESSION_ID	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 8)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_NS		(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 9)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_NR		(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 10)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_OFFSET_SIZE	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 11)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_FIRST_BYTE	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 12)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv2_TYPE_BIT << 13) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_TYPE_BIT	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_LENGTH_BIT (IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_TYPE_BIT << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_SEQUENCE_BIT (IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_TYPE_BIT << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_VERSION	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_TYPE_BIT << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_LENGTH	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_TYPE_BIT << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_CONTROL	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_TYPE_BIT << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_SENT	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_TYPE_BIT << 6)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_RECV	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_TYPE_BIT << 7)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_FIRST_BYTE (IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_TYPE_BIT << 8)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_ALL_FIELDS ((IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_CTRL_TYPE_BIT << 9) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_SESS_TYPE_BIT	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_SESS_VERSION	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_SESS_TYPE_BIT << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_SESS_ID	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_SESS_TYPE_BIT << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_SESS_COOKIE	(IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_SESS_TYPE_BIT << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_SESS_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_L2TPv3_SESS_TYPE_BIT << 4) - 1)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_vlan_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_VPRI		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_CFI		(IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_VPRI << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_VID		(IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_VPRI << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_LENGTH		(IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_VPRI << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_TYPE		(IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_VPRI << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_VPRI << 5) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_TCI		(IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_VPRI | \
+				IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_CFI | \
+				IOC_NET_HF_VLAN_VID)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_llc_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_LLC_DSAP		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_LLC_SSAP		(IOC_NET_HF_LLC_DSAP << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_LLC_CTRL		(IOC_NET_HF_LLC_DSAP << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_LLC_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_LLC_DSAP << 3) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_NLPID_NLPID	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_NLPID_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_NLPID_NLPID << 1) - 1)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_snap_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SNAP_OUI		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SNAP_PID		(IOC_NET_HF_SNAP_OUI << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_SNAP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_SNAP_OUI << 2) - 1)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_llc_snap_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_LLC_SNAP_TYPE	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_LLC_SNAP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_LLC_SNAP_TYPE << 1) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HTYPE		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ARP_PTYPE		(IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HTYPE << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HLEN		(IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HTYPE << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ARP_PLEN		(IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HTYPE << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ARP_OPER		(IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HTYPE << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ARP_SHA		(IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HTYPE << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ARP_SPA		(IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HTYPE << 6)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ARP_THA		(IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HTYPE << 7)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ARP_TPA		(IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HTYPE << 8)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_ARP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_ARP_HTYPE << 9) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_LLC		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_NLPID	(IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_LLC << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_OUI		(IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_LLC << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_PID		(IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_LLC << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_VPN_OUI	(IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_LLC << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_VPN_IDX	(IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_LLC << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_RFC2684_LLC << 6) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_USER_DEFINED_SRCPORT	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_USER_DEFINED_PCDID	(IOC_NET_HF_USER_DEFINED_SRCPORT << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_USER_DEFINED_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_USER_DEFINED_SRCPORT << 2) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PAYLOAD_BUFFER	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PAYLOAD_SIZE		(IOC_NET_HF_PAYLOAD_BUFFER << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_MAX_FRM_SIZE		(IOC_NET_HF_PAYLOAD_BUFFER << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_MIN_FRM_SIZE		(IOC_NET_HF_PAYLOAD_BUFFER << 3)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PAYLOAD_TYPE		(IOC_NET_HF_PAYLOAD_BUFFER << 4)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_FRAME_SIZE		(IOC_NET_HF_PAYLOAD_BUFFER << 5)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_PAYLOAD_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_PAYLOAD_BUFFER << 6) - 1)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_gre_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_GRE_TYPE		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_GRE_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_GRE_TYPE << 1) - 1)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_minencap_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_MINENCAP_SRC_IP	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_MINENCAP_DST_IP	(IOC_NET_HF_MINENCAP_SRC_IP << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_MINENCAP_TYPE	(IOC_NET_HF_MINENCAP_SRC_IP << 2)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_MINENCAP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_MINENCAP_SRC_IP << 3) - 1)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_ipsec_ah_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_AH_SPI	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_AH_NH		(IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_AH_SPI << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_AH_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_AH_SPI << 2) - 1)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_ipsec_esp_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_ESP_SPI	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_ESP_SEQUENCE_NUM	(IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_ESP_SPI << 1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_ESP_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_ESP_SPI << 2) - 1)
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_IPSEC_ESP_SPI_SIZE		4
+
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_mpls_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_MPLS_LABEL_STACK		(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_MPLS_LABEL_STACK_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_MPLS_LABEL_STACK << 1) - 1)
+
+typedef uint8_t ioc_header_field_macsec_t;
+
+#define IOC_NET_HF_MACSEC_SECTAG	(1)
+#define IOC_NET_HF_MACSEC_ALL_FIELDS	((IOC_NET_HF_MACSEC_SECTAG << 1) - 1)
+
+typedef enum {
+	HEADER_TYPE_NONE = 0,
+	HEADER_TYPE_PAYLOAD,
+	HEADER_TYPE_ETH,
+	HEADER_TYPE_VLAN,
+	HEADER_TYPE_IPv4,
+	HEADER_TYPE_IPv6,
+	HEADER_TYPE_IP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_TCP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_UDP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_UDP_LITE,
+	HEADER_TYPE_IPHC,
+	HEADER_TYPE_SCTP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA,
+	HEADER_TYPE_PPPoE,
+	HEADER_TYPE_PPP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_PPPMUX,
+	HEADER_TYPE_PPPMUX_SUBFRAME,
+	HEADER_TYPE_L2TPv2,
+	HEADER_TYPE_L2TPv3_CTRL,
+	HEADER_TYPE_L2TPv3_SESS,
+	HEADER_TYPE_LLC,
+	HEADER_TYPE_LLC_SNAP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_NLPID,
+	HEADER_TYPE_SNAP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_MPLS,
+	HEADER_TYPE_IPSEC_AH,
+	HEADER_TYPE_IPSEC_ESP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_UDP_ENCAP_ESP, /* RFC 3948 */
+	HEADER_TYPE_MACSEC,
+	HEADER_TYPE_GRE,
+	HEADER_TYPE_MINENCAP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_DCCP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_ICMP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_IGMP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_ARP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_CAPWAP,
+	HEADER_TYPE_CAPWAP_DTLS,
+	HEADER_TYPE_RFC2684,
+	HEADER_TYPE_USER_DEFINED_L2,
+	HEADER_TYPE_USER_DEFINED_L3,
+	HEADER_TYPE_USER_DEFINED_L4,
+	HEADER_TYPE_USER_DEFINED_SHIM1,
+	HEADER_TYPE_USER_DEFINED_SHIM2,
+	MAX_HEADER_TYPE_COUNT
+} ioc_net_header_type;
+
+#endif /* __NET_EXT_H */
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa/meson.build b/drivers/net/dpaa/meson.build
index 271416f08..67803cd34 100644
--- a/drivers/net/dpaa/meson.build
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa/meson.build
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@ 
 # SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
-# Copyright 2018 NXP
+# Copyright 2018-2019 NXP
 
 if not is_linux
 	build = false
@@ -8,6 +8,7 @@  endif
 deps += ['mempool_dpaa']
 
 sources = files('dpaa_ethdev.c',
+		'fmlib/fm_lib.c',
 		'dpaa_rxtx.c')
 
 if cc.has_argument('-Wno-pointer-arith')