|Subject:||Re: [lwip-users] lwIP with LPC1768 and Eclipse|
|Date:||Wed, 11 Jul 2012 14:25:09 +0200|
Thanks for all your reply. However, the suggestion you provided are quite complicated to me since I have never worked with microcontroller before. The funny thing is that transplanting lwIP to lpc1768 in my project is not the most important part. So I am trying to find a very quick way to make the TCP/IP stack working while I do not have do dig into the low level C programming(never worked with this before). Is there any suggestion about where should I start or where can I get some source code.
PS: Even though I said I need to use Eclipse as IDE, I did try to compile the EMAC example provided by Keil, the driving code (EMAC.c) is aimed for CS8900 EMAC, (but the code in this file only mentioned DP83848c). It did not work in our board. So what is the difference between DP83848c and CS8900 "codewisely"?
> On 11/07/2012 13:15, frs709 wrote:
>> Hi guys
>> I am a new guy to the world of micro controller, I am working in a
>> project which needs a TCP/IP stack in lpc1768 without OS by using
>> Eclipse and Yagarto tool chain. lwIP is a good choice for me, but I
>> have no idea where to start. I have done some pre-study and it turns
>> out lpc1768 need a bottom layer (OSI model) driver code as well (In
>> this case I use DP83848c as Ethernet PHY controller). This made me
>> even more confused. Is there anyone who can help me with this? Thanks
>> a lot!
>> Best Regards
It uses an OS, but you should be able to strip the drivers etc. and use
them with the standard super loop lwIP.
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