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Tcp lab

Posted by eklipsej on November 2, 2016

I have been searchimg the forms to see if the tcp stack supports multiple interfaces.

I am using the atmel sam4e and would like to see if can use the ethernet phy as well as the winc1500 wifi adapter.

I have seen many references to a upcoming release and   a test version supporting multiple interfaces.

Is there any updates on when that release will happen? Or how to get those test versions?


Tcp lab

Posted by heinbali01 on November 2, 2016

Hi Jerey, it ispossible to use multiple inerfaces with the newest version that is not yet published.I did test it on a SAM4E along with an external SPI network adapter. Can you please contact us directly on h.tibosch on freertos point org ? Then I will send you the sources and guide you through it.

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