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I how can create network of uC whit TCP/IP porotocol ???

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:) I will know how create a network of microcontroller whit TCP/IP

if possible help code...

you help me
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Maybe some questions in return (o;

- What controller you intend to use?
- What is the intention to use tcp/ip? Would be udp enough or even a lower layer?
- What medium you want to use? Ethernet? Or some simpler serial layer?
- Is IP networking neccessary or could another protocol be used for your application?


Sorry for these questions..but if your using a small microcontroller a tcp/ip stack might be just overkill. But if you have enough memory or even processing power then you can go easily with some ucos OS and the LWIP stack.

Or you can check out **broken link removed**
 
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Hi,

If you use 8051 uC.
This C compiler with free TCP-IP Stack source code and also 8k flash demo.

**broken link removed**

Bye
 
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