|From:||Pisano, Edward A|
|Subject:||RE: [lwip-users] A speed question|
|Date:||Tue, 12 Sep 2006 14:07:35 -0500|
Regarding the implementation of lwIP RAW_API on MicroBlaze @ 100MHz built with EDK 8.2i, is it set up for polling or is it interrupt driven? Is it employing TCP, UDP or both?
Could someone provide a sample of the initialization and configuration for lwIP RAW_API, particularly for the Interrupt driven case? Is there a special case for RAW_API where the application code must provide for the connection of the emac interrupts to the FIFO Interrupt Handlers in software?
I’ve set up a simple MicroBlaze application in EDK 8.2i using interrupts following the XiLinx examples provided (which I believe are for polling mode). The symptom is that incoming packets to my SP305 Dev. Board are not being passed to the rcv_pkt_buf in the emac driver. Hence, higher level software functions never sees the arriving packets. In SOCKETS_API mode, these transactions work fine.
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