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port TCP/IP stack

Posted by sara on April 5, 2008
Hi all,
I have been working with i.MX27 processor.I have using freeRTOS for my project and use STR91x processor as my base.I want to create a TCP/IP stack for my processor.My question is that,what are the files should be needed and where i can modify the code and in which files.Please anyone give solution for my questions....


RE: port TCP/IP stack

Posted by Dave on April 5, 2008
Its a big question that you ask, but the STR9 demo in the FreeRTOS zip file already contains a TCP/IP example that you can copy.

RE: port TCP/IP stack

Posted by sara on April 5, 2008
Hi davedoor,
Thanks for your reply.Yes,the demo for STR91x in the FreeRTOS contains a TCP/IP example.I think that lwip and webserver directories are relates with TCP/IP buti don't know,what are the files are portable and non portable.where i can start my process..

RE: port TCP/IP stack

Posted by Çağlar Akyüz on April 5, 2008
lwIP is ported to many architectures including PPC, DSPs, unix, etc. You only need to write a phy/mac driver for your system,
the rest will be same among all architectures.


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