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Can I use FS LWIP-SLIP protocol code with RTCS?

Question asked by Drugo Drughi on Jan 10, 2016
Latest reply on Jan 12, 2016 by Drugo Drughi

Hello community,

 

I need to use SLIP protocol on my TWRK65F180. In terms of TCP/IP I saw there are two implementations, LWIP and RTCS. I would like to use RTCS, but in terms of SLIP protocol I just found some code under LWIP. Under RTCS I found no SLIP code and SLIP documentation at all. On the other side LWIP has no documentation about its implementation of TCP/IP stack. Does Freescale provide LWIP documentation?

 

So, my question is, can I implement SLIP protocol in RTCS using the files present in KSDK_1.3.0? These files are in "c:\Freescale\KSDK_1.3.0\middleware\tcpip\lwip\src\netif\". I mean, for data link layer I would use the code present in this folder and, instead, for the physical layer I would use UART (so the code present in other demo examples).

 

Can anyone help please?

 

Thanks so much

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