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PIC connection to the internet

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bereton

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does anyone have any idea what bits in the tcp/ip stack that I need to connect a PIC to the internet?? That is apart from the tcp.c and ip.c
Pls Help Required urgently!!
 

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h**p://w*w.elektroda.pl/eboard/viewtopic.php?t=45507&highlight=
h**p://www.elektroda.pl/eboard/viewtopic.php?t=43694&highlight=

TCP/IP links for PIC:
h**p://w*w.edtp.com/download/iap/iapbook.zip
h**p://w*w.edtp.com/download/eth/edbbook.exe
h**p://w*w.edtp.com/download/inet/inteng.exe
h**p://w*w.edtp.com/download/ethtutorcs/tutorcs.htm
f*p://f*p.microchip.com/download/appnote/internet/00724.zip
h**p://w*w.chipcenter.com/circuitcellar/october00/c1000fe1.htm
h**p://w*w.chipcenter.com/circuitcellar/october01/c1001fe1.htm
h**p://w*w.chipcenter.com/circuitcellar/november01/c1101fe1.htm
h**p://w*w.microchip.com/1000/pline/tools/picmicro/demo/pdemnet/index.htm
h**p://w*w.microchip.com/1000/suppdoc/appnote/category/internet/926/index.htm
h**p://w*w.microchip.com/1000/suppdoc/appnote/category/pic16/962/index.htm
h**p://w*w.microchip.com/1000/suppdoc/appnote/category/pic16/963/index.htm
h**p://w*w.microchip.com/1000/suppdoc/appnote/all/an833/index.htm
h**p://w*w-ccs.cs.umass.edu/~shri/iPic.html
 

ME

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bereton

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still very confused. i'm new to all this so pls bear with my silly questions. i've got a tcp/ip stack already from microchip and i don't know if i require all the bits in it. what bits exactly from the stack do i need to connect my PIC to a network that already exists?
 

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Hi Bereton,

You should be awarded for your question : what bits exactly from the stack

Can you be more specific ? Which bits you're talking about ?

Do you have a full overview of what TCP/IP stack means and how things are going on Microchip's application ?

I know you have something in mind when you ask about bits, but can you elaborate a little bit ?

Regards,
Silvio
 

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I think I can attempt to further explain your question Bereton. You want to transmit and recieve data from your PIC directly to the internet with out a PC yes. Based on the capabilities of a PIC the best you can do is simple I/O operations and signal aquisition such as A/D. If you go through the TCP/IP stack specification, you will discover that you can setup up http service, UDP or SMTP for email,etc. However for your application and considering the capabilities of a PIC I might suggest investigating the UDP protocol because it seems to be the simplest to implement and HTTP if you wish to interface to a web page. Once sorted simply investigate how you tunnel TCP/IP via ethernet which the C libraries supplied by microchip will do for you. At the end of the day, critical investigation of how the TCP/IP stack is arranged might be adivisable. Without this knowledge the sea of information available already will blow your mind away.
 

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thanks a lot D1_DRE. u answered my question cheers
 

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a simple search on goog*le returns many interesting results
 

pacalaconcurso

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you can have a look at mi site and find my proyect "pic16f877 and rtl8019as ISA CARD" with source code in C
I hope it will help you.
 

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See www.orlin.com for the OT731 Kit - a PIC16F877 connected directly to the Internet via a On-board modem.

Available to buy online.
 

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As I found in ME's message, I tried to download the TCP/IP Lean ebook to download, but I do not found the topic may be because of it is moved due to long time !

Anyway, any idea to get this TCP/IP Lean ebook from one place ?
 

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