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    REQ:AT*MEL's @Web TCP/IP Stack Library for Ke*il

    Can someone please help me to get the Atmel @Web TCP/IP Library? I have a Web Control Board from Furturlec but the CD it came with doesn't have the TCP/IP library or any documentation :( I need it for my graduation project. I would appreciate any sugestion. :) Thanks. (cristinp2002@yahoo.com)



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    Re: REQ:AT*MEL's @Web TCP/IP Stack Library for Ke*il

    I appreciate that you performed a search for Atmel @Web TCP/IP Stack library at your first visit on forum, but this thread was mainly concerned to software that comes with @Web PSTN51S evaluation kit ( Internet connection via V.32bis analogue modem ).
    Web Control Board from Furturlec includes a 89C51RD2 microcontroller and RTL8019 Full_Duplex Ethernet Controller very similar with @Web LAN51S from Atmel.
    Because you won't find easily someone willing to share the code, I suggest to use Adam Dunkels open-source uiP Embedded TCP/IP Stack http://www.sics.se/~adam/uip/index.html which has been ported to 8051 platform by Murray R. Van Luyn.
    You can download Keil C51/8051 port of uiP v0.9 TCP/IP stack from here

    Alternatively you can take a look at Fred Eady's Whacked8-51 Keil C Code Package and read his book Networking and InternetWorking with Microcontroller here



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    REQ:AT*MEL's @Web TCP/IP Stack Library for Ke*il

    Thank you for your help. The materials you provided me with look really helpful for my project. I think I googled uIP's web site before, but I'm a begginer in embedded system's world and it wasn't so obvious for me at that time that it could replace Atmel's TCP/IP library. The link to Fred Eady's "Networking and InternetWorking with Microcontroller" reffers to a post message that is no longer available. Can you please send me a valid link, if you know about it? Many thanks.



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    Re: REQ:AT*MEL's @Web TCP/IP Stack Library for Ke*il

    Quote Originally Posted by cristinp2002
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    The link is valid. You'll see it soon if you continue to post inside the forum.
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    REQ:AT*MEL's @Web TCP/IP Stack Library for Ke*il

    Do you know where I can download an evaluation version of Keil uvision2? I have uvision3 evaluation version but I can't build the project...the size it's over the limit. Maybe uvision2 it's less restrictive :) Thanks.



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    Re: REQ:AT*MEL's @Web TCP/IP Stack Library for Ke*il

    Quote Originally Posted by cristinp2002
    Maybe uvision2 it's less restrictive
    No, it has the same limitation. Send me an email.



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