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[lwip-users] Randomly delayed frame (STM32070 package including LwIP v1.

From: stevestrong
Subject: [lwip-users] Randomly delayed frame (STM32070 package including LwIP v1.4.1)
Date: Fri, 28 Dec 2018 06:50:10 -0700 (MST)

Hi all,

I have implemented the standalone (NO_SYS =  1) webserver example from the 
STM32070 package
<https://www.st.com/en/embedded-software/stsw-stm32070.html>   on a
STM32F407VET6 chip.

I only have main loop accesses to raw LwIP stack functions, the ETH
interrupt is disabled.
Here are the source files:

The main loop:
void ArchMax_Ethernet_Loop()
    /* check if any packet received */
    if (ETH_CheckFrameReceived())
      /* process received ethernet packet */
    /* handle periodic timers for LwIP */
        if ( LocalTime == millis() ) return;
        LocalTime = millis();
The LwIP related functions are the standard ones in the mentioned package
from ST.
The periodic handle is called only once in a millisecond.

It works, in general, but sometimes the stack sends a very delayed TCP
frame. The delay varies between 280ms and 2.5 seconds.
I tried to increase (double) the Rx and Tx buffers, but without effect.
So I think there are no packets dropped, no re-transmitted packets, just
that the answer frame is delayed from some reason.

I uploaded a Wireshark capture file here:
The PC (client) has the address with .24, the STM32 has .53.
The record contains 3 refreshed page accesses for the webserver (one refresh
downloads 4 items/files in total, one of them is not found), the first two
times everything is fine (no delayed frames), by the last refresh one of
file has a delayed last frame.

I would be very grateful if someone could advise me what can I do, what
should I look for, to solve this issue.

Thank you in advance.

P.S. I have to apologize for an eventuel duplicate, I edited this message
because the previous one did not appear in my previous nor pending posts, so
I thought something went wrong during composing.

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