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Started by Ilko Radulov September 2, 2004
Is there any small TCP/IP stack with PPP that can be implemented
over ECOS in LPC2106 (128KB FLASH + 64KB SRAM) ?



An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

Have a look at lwIP http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/lwip/
It has even been ported to eCos. Is there a reasonably complete
port of eCos for the LPC?

Regards
-Bill Knight
theARMPatch On Thu, 02 Sep 2004 08:25:43 -0000, Ilko Radulov wrote:

Is there any small TCP/IP stack with PPP that can be implemented
over ECOS in LPC2106 (128KB FLASH + 64KB SRAM) ?



Greetings,

My name is JR Rodrigues and I am with CMX Systems, which offers a
tiny TCP/IP stack called CMX-MicroNet which will fit nicely on the
processor that you reference below. There is an RTOS porting layer
in the stack that allows for integration with any RTOS. However,
please note that CMX-MicroNet can also be run stand alone (without
an RTOS) in Polled Mode. Our website is http://www.cmx.com

Thanks,

JR

--- In , "Ilko Radulov" <ilkor@y...> wrote:
> Is there any small TCP/IP stack with PPP that can be implemented
> over ECOS in LPC2106 (128KB FLASH + 64KB SRAM) ?





--- In , "Bill Knight" <BillK@t...> wrote:
> Have a look at lwIP http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/lwip/
> It has even been ported to eCos. Is there a reasonably complete
> port of eCos for the LPC?
>
> Regards
> -Bill Knight
> theARMPatch > On Thu, 02 Sep 2004 08:25:43 -0000, Ilko Radulov wrote:
>
> Is there any small TCP/IP stack with PPP that can be implemented
> over ECOS in LPC2106 (128KB FLASH + 64KB SRAM) ?

We know LwIP but it is too big for us ...


--- In , "jrcmx1234" <jr@c...> wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> My name is JR Rodrigues and I am with CMX Systems, which offers a
> tiny TCP/IP stack called CMX-MicroNet which will fit nicely on the
> processor that you reference below. There is an RTOS porting
layer
> in the stack that allows for integration with any RTOS. However,
> please note that CMX-MicroNet can also be run stand alone (without
> an RTOS) in Polled Mode. Our website is http://www.cmx.com
>
> Thanks,
>
> JR
>
> --- In , "Ilko Radulov" <ilkor@y...> wrote:
> > Is there any small TCP/IP stack with PPP that can be implemented
> > over ECOS in LPC2106 (128KB FLASH + 64KB SRAM) ?

We are looking for free stack, but can you provide me more
commercial information on my e-mail.



Greetings,

Thank you for your interest in CMX real time software. CMX-MicroNet
currently supports the 8051, the 80x86, the ARM, the Atmel AVR, the Cyan
Technology eCOG1, the Hitachi H8S, the Hitachi H8/300H, the Infineon
80C16x, the Infineon C166S V2, the Microchip PIC18, the Microchip dsPIC,
the Mitsubishi M16C, the Motorola HC12/HCS12, the NEC78K0, the NEC V850,
the Philips XA, the STMicroelectronics ST7, the STMicroelectronics ST10,
the STMicroelectronics Super10, the Texas Instruments MSP 430, the Texas
Instruments DSP C54x, the Toshiba TLCS-900, the ZiLOG Z180, the ZiLOG Z8
Encore, and the ZiLOG eZ80 series of processors.

CMX-MicroNet also has been ported to dozens of commercially available
evaluation boards that, collectively, feature virtually all of the
supported processors listed above. This means that you now can benefit
from out-of-the-box TCP/IP stack/hardware integration without being
constrained by any one hardware vendor's offerings. In fact, you can be
prototyping your application within minutes of receiving any of these
evaluation boards and CMX-MicroNet!

Please contact me directly for the latest list of supported evaluation
boards -- we add new boards regularly.

Memory specifications for CMX-MicroNet running on the ARM series of
processors are as follows:

ROM

UDP/IP + core 4506 bytes
TCP/IP + core 7056 bytes
UDP/TCP/IP + core 7818 bytes

PPP 5666 bytes
Modem 384 bytes
HTTP server 3783 bytes
Virtual file 622 bytes
Ethernet 2638 bytes
DHCP Client 982 bytes
FTP Server 3751 bytes
TFTP Client 698 bytes
BOOTP 614 bytes
SMTP 1897 bytes
Utility 1154 bytes

RAM (not including size of buffers)

UDP/SLIP 83 bytes
TCP/HTTP/PPP/Modem 427 bytes
Ethernet 35 bytes

Pricing for CMX-MicroNet for any one family of processors is as follows:

CMX-MicroNet US$5,500.00 Per Product Developed Per Site

HTTP Web Server US$1,500.00 Per Product Developed Per Site

FTP Server US$1,250.00 Per Product Developed Per Site

SMTP US$1,250.00 Per Product Developed Per
Site

TFTP Client US$250.00 Per Product Developed Per Site

DHCP Client US$750.00 Per Product Developed Per Site

PPP US$1,000.00 Per Product Developed
Per Site

ETHERNET US$1,250.00 Per Product Developed Per Site

Wireless ETHERNET US$2,000.00 Per Product Developed Per Site

CMX-MicroNet pricing includes full source code, no royalties on deployed
products, unlimited users per site, documentation, and 180 days free
support and updates. Shipping is extra.

The above pricing reflects Per Product Per Site Licensing. This pricing
option allows our clients to purchase the software for a specific target
processor family and is based upon a single product or project that their
company is developing at a single location (site). Each additional
product/project in which the software is to be used requires the purchase
of an additional license. This licensing also provides for unlimited users
(i.e., engineers) at the single location.

Please note that CMX is also a distributor for the following C compiler
manufacturers: Cosmic, Hi-Tech, IAR, KEIL, Paradigm, Raisonance, and
TASKING. I would be happy to provide you with pricing for any of these
tools, as well.

Terms are full cash payment in advance and FOB Jacksonville, FL. We accept
Visa, Mastercard and American Express credit cards or you may wire cash
directly to our bank account.

When ordering CMX-MicroNet, the following information must be included with
the order:

Target CPU: (e.g., ARM)

Application Type: (e.g., Cellular Telephone)

Development Site: (e.g., CMX Systems, Inc., 12276 San Jose Blvd. Suite
119, Jacksonville, FL 32223, USA)

Product Name: (e.g., Cellfone 2000 Pro)

Primary Technical Contact: (e.g., John Smith, Software
Engineer) Note: Additional Technical Contact Licenses can be purchased.

I am attaching a .zip file that contains our standard price list, our
product brochure, and a brief article describing the development of
CMX-MicroNet for your review. They are .pdf files; please let me know if
you have any difficulty opening them.

Thanks again for your interest. Please let me know if I may be of any
further assistance.

Best Regards,

JR At 08:11 AM 9/3/2004, you wrote:

>--- In , "jrcmx1234" <jr@c...> wrote:
> > Greetings,
> >
> > My name is JR Rodrigues and I am with CMX Systems, which offers a
> > tiny TCP/IP stack called CMX-MicroNet which will fit nicely on the
> > processor that you reference below. There is an RTOS porting
>layer
> > in the stack that allows for integration with any RTOS. However,
> > please note that CMX-MicroNet can also be run stand alone (without
> > an RTOS) in Polled Mode. Our website is
> <http://www.cmx.com" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.cmx.com>http://www.cmx.com
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > JR
> >
> > --- In , "Ilko Radulov" <ilkor@y...> wrote:
> > > Is there any small TCP/IP stack with PPP that can be implemented
> > > over ECOS in LPC2106 (128KB FLASH + 64KB SRAM) ?
>
>We are looking for free stack, but can you provide me more
>commercial information on my e-mail. >
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CMX Systems, Inc.
12276 San Jose Blvd., Suite 119
Jacksonville, FL 32223
904-880-1840 (tel)
904-880-1632 (fax)

http://www.cmx.com

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Greetings,

Please accept my humble apology for replying to the group with our pricing,
etc. I meant to reply directly to the inquirer, but obviously did not. I
really should have had that second cup of coffee before sending out any
emails. Again, my sincere apologies to the group.

Best Regards,

JR Rodrigues, CMX J.R. Rodrigues
Vice President of Sales & Marketing
CMX Systems, Inc.
12276 San Jose Blvd., Suite 119
Jacksonville, FL 32223
904-880-1840 (tel)
904-880-1632 (fax)

http://www.cmx.com

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Thank you for this information!
I will share it with my colleagues.



Did you have a look at uIP by the same author as lwIP.
Here's the link http://www.sics.se/~adam/uip/
I did some tests, for a customer, with it a few months ago with ppp support and it seems to work fine.
Cant remember how big it turned out though :(

/Pontus

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From: Ilko Radulov [mailto:]
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