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Porting uIP to FreeRTOS

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 12, 2005
Hi ,

I want to know the procedure to port uIP to FreeRTOS.My actual intention is to port uIP to a different RTOS , If I can know the procedure for this , hopefully I can implement my original task.

Thanks and regards

Durga Prasad

RE: Porting uIP to FreeRTOS

Posted by Richard on January 12, 2005
It depends what you want it to do. The FreeRTOS demo runs uIP as a task. See the uIP documentation on Adam Dunkels homepage for information on the uIP interface.

RE: Porting uIP to FreeRTOS

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 12, 2005
Thanks a lot for your reply, what I want to do is to bring a TFTP functionality to a undisclosed operating system , by porting the appropriate TCP/IP stack , to upgrade the firmware of a modem.

RE: Porting uIP to FreeRTOS

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 12, 2005
Hi Barry,

thanks for your early reply , what am trying to do is to bring TFTP functionality to an undisclosed operating system , by porting a appropriate TCP/IP stack to the RTOS , to upgrade the firmware of a modem, Can you give me some idea , how to proceed?

RE: Porting uIP to FreeRTOS

Posted by Richard on January 12, 2005
Well, I only support my own system ;-)

The first thing you will have to do is get interface to the Ethernet chip (MAC) written and tested. Next get uIP running stand alone - without the RTOS. You can then test the system behaves as you want.

Finally you will be able to get the tested system executing as a task under the RTOS. For this you will probably want an interrupt to wake the TCP/IP task when there is data to process.

As I said, the documentation for uIP is quite good and the best place for you to start.

RE: Porting uIP to FreeRTOS

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 12, 2005
Hi Barry,

thanks a lot ..


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