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Hints how to use FNET TCP/IP stack on Kinetis K60DM256ZVLL10

Question asked by Luca Ognibene on Dec 10, 2013
Latest reply on Dec 12, 2013 by Luca Ognibene

Hello everybody!

 

I'm new in the community and I recently started to develop on this family of microcontrollers (Kinetis).

I need to implement a TCP/IP stack  on my system based on the K60DM256ZVLL10, so got the idea of using the promising and well-done FNET implementation (to avoid MQX which is too heavy for my purposes).

Since I read that FNET supports specifically the MK60N512 (TWR-K60N512 board) and apparently no other in the family, I'd like to know if it's possible (the main difference between my microcontroller and the MK60N512 is the amount of flash memory, right?)

 

If the answer is positive, which kind of actions do I have to do for reaching my aim?

Any special configuration/whatsoever?

 

Important thing to say that I need just basic things like TCP client/server and DHCP (no HTTP, SMTP, etc).

I planned to cut down FNET implementation.

 

In my board I use the same PHY chipset mounted on Tower K60 board (KSZ8041NL - not NE2000 register compatible AFAIK).

 

Let me know any hints and suggestions.

 

Kind regards,

   Luca O.

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