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ST32F217 with STE100P. How to configure PHY address?

Question asked by huston007 on Apr 4, 2012
Latest reply on Apr 6, 2012 by huston007
STE100P how to set PHY address?
Hello. Im trying to using an STE100P PHY ethernet chip (with ST32F217 MCU). 
In the datasheet for STE100P i see an description for bits 7~3 PAD4:0 in PR20- XMC, XCVR Mode control register :

     (page 15 of datasheet http://www.st.com/internet/com/TECHNICAL_RESOURCES/TECHNICAL_LITERATURE/DATASHEET/CD00001918.pdf )
PHY Address [4:0]:
The values of the PAD[4:0] pins are latched to this register at 
power-up/reset. The first PHY address bit transmitted or 
received is the MSB of the address (bit 4). A station 
management entity connected to multiple PHY entities must 
know the appropriate address of each PHY. A PHY address of 
<00000> that is latched in to the part at power-up/reset will 
cause the Isolate bit of the PR0 (bit 10, register address 00h) 
to be set. 
After power up/reset the only way to enable or disable isolate 
mode is to set or clear the Isolate bit (bit 10) PR0. After power 
up/reset writing <00000> to bits [4:0] of this register will not 
cause the part to enter isolate mode.

But i cant see any of PAD[4:0] pins in chip pins (http://circuits.datasheetdir.com/204/STE100P-pinout.jpg). 
How can i set PHY address for STE100P?

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