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Posted by kotyal on October 26, 2017

can anyone tell how to port FREERTOS+TCP on FREERTOS


Posted by febe2 on October 26, 2017

Hi, did you see this? http://www.freertos.org/FreeRTOS-Plus/FreeRTOSPlusTCP/FreeRTOSTCPPorting.html In gernal I would say: you need a new NetworkInterface.c file and drivers (gmac/ethernet_phy) for your board. Which controller do you use? Best Felix


Posted by kotyal on October 26, 2017

how to port FREERTOS+TCP on intel galileo board


Posted by febe2 on October 26, 2017

sry I have no experience with this board... I think you habe to follow the instructions described here: http://www.freertos.org/FreeRTOS-Plus/FreeRTOSPlusTCP/FreeRTOSTCPPorting.html right now there are only offical ports released for: sam4e, stm32F4, windows simulator and zynq


Posted by heinbali01 on October 30, 2017

Hi Mananda, do you have enough information to get on with your project?

Porting +TCP consists of these steps:

1) Configure the PHY, start auto-negotiation, and wait for the Link Status. Check the actual parameters like speed and duplex.

2) Configure the EMAC, using the obtained parameters ( speeds and duplex ).

3) Implement the send function xNetworkInterfaceOutput(). You can check if it works by running Wireshark on a nearby laptop.

4) Implement the reception function. Use xSendEventStructToIPTask() to pass (the ownership of) the network buffers to the IP-task.

Please have a look at existing +TCP drivers. Here is a newer zero-copy driver that you can use as an example.

And if you have questions, you can ask them on this forum.

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