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Re: [lwip-users] Ethernet package through SPI interface

From: SergeV
Subject: Re: [lwip-users] Ethernet package through SPI interface
Date: Sun, 06 Mar 2016 11:49:38 +0600

Hi Sergio R. Caprile
I'm using LWIP for years successfully, and - yes - Google is my friend.

My question was about SPI. 
I several times came across references that SPI is used in place of RMII, to 
communicate over LAN. Frankly I'm in doubt this is possible at all but if this 
notice came from the LWIP list which I trust, I ventured to ask for more 
(maybe an SPI to RMII converter exists, and MAC emulation is done in software?)

You have not included a citation from my post, in your reply, and my this 
message might look unclear for public.
Sorry for that, and no problem(s). I will continue reading this mailing list 
with great interest!

02.03.2016, 18:21, "Sergio R. Caprile" <address@hidden>:
> Man, you have a complete example in lwIP distribution itself, on
> directory "src/netif", the file ethernetif.c.
> You just have to write the code to send frames through it.
> You even have other examples in the contrib tree.
> If you go to the wiki, there are instructions on how to proceed.
> http://lwip.wikia.com/wiki/Writing_a_device_driver
> And last, if you see my name and look me up and go to my page, you'll
> see that I wrote a driver and you can get its code to use as an example.
> There is a forest behind the tree, and Google is your friend.
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