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LWIP Callbacks in FREERTOS

Posted by Çağlar Akyüz on September 20, 2006
I'm using SAM7X with Atmel's EK. I'm developing my own application on top of SAM7X LWiP Web Server Demo. It is working well but I couldn't realize how to use LWiP raw api.

I wonder how TCP allback functions are implemented. Let's say I have a task named ServerTask, I created it, bind the pcb and started listening. Then I'm calling:

tcp_accept(pcb, http_accept);

Now what should be done at this point? Should I sleep the task and wait for a client to connect? If so, how will be the Scheduler schedule my task? Because, all the work will be done by the function http_accept.

Thanks for your help

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