New Embedded TCP/IP support

Support has recently been announced for a range of new protocols for the embedded TCP/IP stacks available from COMSOL

For an introduction to TCP/IP for those interested in using it in embedded applications go to

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EBS Full function TCP/IP stack


EBSnet 802.11 driver supports wireless networks on embedded CPUs. It uses the same API as their Ethernet drivers so developers can test their device and application in the lab and later use the same code for their wireless application.

RT-SMB - allows embedded devices to share files and printers with Windows PCs over LAN and WAN.

RT-SNTP - provides for time synchronisation of embedded devices.

PPPoE - If your application is set up for PPP then this option allows you to use the same calls to operate over Ethernet - one application two delivery methods.

CMX MicroNet now supports 8, 16 and 32 bit


CMX MicroNet now supports an enhanced range of processors from 8051s thru to ARMs and with its

Reply to
Chris Stephens
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Why should I pay nearly 10.000EURO for something that is available in numerous sorces on the internet for free? TCP/IP for AVR, Z80, 68HCxx and all the others is nothing that an electrincs student couldn't develop in a few weeks with all the information available.

And by the way, you forgot the Z80Acclaim! May be you should double the price for a TCP/IP Stack for this kind of Controller, cause Zilog gives one for free download directly :-)

Regards Ulrich

Ah, and by the way, this is a german newsgroup, so try in german!

Reply to
Ulrich Prinz

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