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    serail to ethernet microchip

    hi to all..
    i want to send my microcontroller serial data through ethernet to a remote PC(in same network).any link, tutorial, book or else you can do.
    your guidence will be very helpful to me.....
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    project rtl8019 virtual serial

    hi

    ive used the drivers here for comvdd and it worked
    i used trsansmit from a master via the lan driver to another machine also running the same driver
    and was able to control a proteus session over lan

    infact several machine all listening on the same port

    http://www.virtual-serial-port.com/

    look down the page to the bottom for network serial driver



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    microchip serial to ethernet

    thx for your help VSMDVDD ....
    i wan to send my microcontroller data throught ethernet where at the one node there is no pc but my microcotroller is atteched .



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    trsansmit serial

    Hey drbizzarow

    If you are using a PIC micro or similar, I would recommend using the ethernet controller from Microchip (ENC28J60 - SMD or PDIP - http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/e...Doc/39662b.pdf)
    It uses a SPI interface at the PIC-side, and very few other components.

    - or maybe a PIC with integrated ethernet controller like the PIC18F87J60 (SMD only http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/e...Doc/39762c.pdf )

    An alternative could be a Realtek ethernet controller (RTL8019AS) - also lot of online information.

    Which language do you prefer?

    Microchip got a free TCP/IP stack writen in C18 (supports HiTech C also as far as I remember) - very usefull as it would be a nightmare to do it yourself. The stack shows how to make a lot of things, like http, ftp, tftp and snmp - and controlling the internal hardware in the PIC by these interfaces.
    http://www.microchip.com/stellent/id...GE&nodeId=1489

    As far as I know there isn't any microchip driver for a "virtual ethernet comport" for windows XP, but maybe your application could be just as useful with a http interface?

    You could use the stack to send simple packages to a PC, but how you easy can capture them i don't know - maybe some MATLAB or C++ could keep it simple.


    Good luck (this i properly not a beginners project - I tried it and haven't succeeded yet - maybe a demoboard isn't such a bad idea - approx. 165 USD from Microchip)

    HPW123 (20 yo - PIC noob)



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    pic18f87j60 serial port

    The simple way is an XPORT, about $50 though.
    http://www.lantronix.com/device-netw...ers/xport.html



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    using pic18f87j60 for ethernet project

    thx pal for all helps ...
    im using CSS c compiler .



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    pic18f87j60 proteus

    Take a look at the Serial Ethernet Board by mE:

    http://www.circuit-ed.com/SERIAL-ETH...rd-P73C18.aspx



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