Ethernet Component

This core ESPHome component sets up ethernet connections for ESP32s. Ethernet for ESP8266 is not supported.

# Example configuration entry
ethernet:
  type: LAN8720
  mdc_pin: GPIO23
  mdio_pin: GPIO18
  clk_mode: GPIO0_IN
  phy_addr: 0

  # Optional manual IP
  manual_ip:
    static_ip: 10.0.0.42
    gateway: 10.0.0.1
    subnet: 255.255.255.0

Configuration variables:

  • type (Required, string): The type of LAN chipset. Must be one of LAN8720 or TLK110 (see datasheet for more details).

  • mdc_pin (Required, Pin): The MDC pin of the board. Usually this is GPIO23.

  • mdio_pin (Required, Pin): The MDIO pin of the board. Usually this is GPIO18.

  • clk_mode (Optional, string): The clock mode of the data lines, this must be one of these values: (see datasheet of your board for more details)

    • GPIO0_IN (Default) - External clock

    • GPIO0_OUT - Internal clock

    • GPIO16_OUT - Internal clock

    • GPIO17_OUT - Internal clock

  • phy_addr (Optional, int): The PHY addr type of the ethernet controller. Defaults to 0.

  • power_pin (Optional, Pin Schema): The pin with which to control the power of the board. Leave unspecified for no power pin (default)

  • manual_ip (Optional): Manually configure the static IP of the node.

    • static_ip (Required, IPv4 address): The static IP of your node.

    • gateway (Required, IPv4 address): The gateway of the local network.

    • subnet (Required, IPv4 address): The subnet of the local network.

    • dns1 (Optional, IPv4 address): The main DNS server to use.

    • dns2 (Optional, IPv4 address): The backup DNS server to use.

  • domain (Optional, string): Set the domain of the node hostname used for uploading. For example, if it’s set to .local, all uploads will be sent to <HOSTNAME>.local. Defaults to .local.

  • id (Optional, ID): Manually specify the ID used for code generation.

Note

If your ethernet board is not designed with an ESP32 built in, chances are that you are going to use flying leads, dupont wires, etc. to connect the ethernet to the ESP32. This is probably to fail as the ethernet interface uses a high frequency clock signal. For more information and wiring details refer to the the link in the See also section.

Configuration for wESP32 board

ethernet:
  type: LAN8720
  mdc_pin: GPIO16
  mdio_pin: GPIO17
  clk_mode: GPIO0_IN
  phy_addr: 0

Configuration for Olimex ESP32-POE

ethernet:
  type: LAN8720
  mdc_pin: GPIO23
  mdio_pin: GPIO18
  clk_mode: GPIO17_OUT
  phy_addr: 0
  power_pin: GPIO12

Configuration for LILYGO TTGO T-Internet-POE ESP32-WROOM LAN8270A Chip

ethernet:
  type: LAN8720
  mdc_pin: GPIO23
  mdio_pin: GPIO18
  clk_mode: GPIO17_OUT
  phy_addr: 0

Configuration for OpenHacks LAN8720

ethernet:
  type: LAN8720
  mdc_pin: GPIO23
  mdio_pin: GPIO18
  phy_addr: 1

Note: This board has an issue that might cause the ESP32 to boot in program mode. When testing, make sure you are monitoring the serial output and reboot the device several times to see if it boots into the program properly.

Configuration for Wireless Tag WT32-ETH01

ethernet:
  type: LAN8720
  mdc_pin: GPIO23
  mdio_pin: GPIO18
  clk_mode: GPIO0_IN
  phy_addr: 1
  power_pin: GPIO16