What options do I have for IPV6 on the Kinetis K60?
If by Kinetis K60 you are referring to the K60 Tower kit, then you can use the lwip port that Freescale provides in their example projects download. Although the demo is set to use IPv4, lwip supports IPv6.
Thank you for the information. We have the K60 tower from a seminar a few months ago. Haven't opened it yet. We plan to open it up and start some serious evaluation in the next few weeks. One of the requirements is IPV6.
http://lwip.wikia.com/wiki/IPv6 says, "The code for IPv6 in lwIP is highly experimental and has not been maintained." . That makes me a little nervous. Does anyone kknow if this is still true? lwip is a dual stack, IPv4/IPv6 implementation which I like.
Do you or anyone out there have any experience with IPv6? I don't even know what questions to ask regarding IPv6. For example, what protocols must change to work with IPv6?
Did you get any luck with IPv6? Would like to try lwIP, but maybe you have more news on this regard
Just for FYI:
Now we are working on adding of IPv6 to RTCS. It will be dual IPv4/IPv6 stack (you will be able to enable both or only one).
First version of RTCS-IPv6 should be available in the next major release of MQX.
It should pass (or is already passing ) the “Silver IPv6 core certification” tests.
The first version supports/tested with Ethernet interface only (TBD later PPP or WiFi).
Also I am working on adding of IPv6 to FNET (bare-metal TCP/IP stack).
As RTCS IPv6 and FNET IPv6 are developed by the same guy, the core IPv6 logic of RTCS and FNET will be very close => more easier to support/fixing.
Please do not ask about concrete dates and sending early releases.
It should be available during this year.
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