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  • coderunner50
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    Thanks! Most Excellent! I have FNET working with an rtos on the Qorivva MPC564xB/C processor. It looks to be a solid base to build powerful applications.

    Posted 07/29/2014
  • chris-hemingway
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    Used in a university project, simple APIs, easy to integrate, and _completely_ non blocking which is ideal for our timing crucial application. Does not pull any tricks like disabling interrupts, and hence latency is completely unaffected. Pretty well documented, and much easier to get started with than MQX!

    Posted 05/12/2014
  • giva
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    What .zip format did you use to pack FNET-2.5.0.zip? I'm getting "unknown method 98" on lots of files in it.

    Posted 06/28/2013
  • josharmstrong
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    fast download and works, recommended.

    Posted 12/18/2012
  • colejackson
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    good work

    Posted 10/28/2012
  • johnnnybravo
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    Good work:)

    Posted 03/21/2012
  • vierkuifjes
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    I just started using FNET after struggling with the buggy Coldfire Lite for 4 years. The goal is to port my application that now is running on Coldfire Lite to FNET. It took me a couple of days to become familiar with the FNET networking functions, but now I'm starting to get the hang of it. I now have a test application running that gets it's network address via DHCP, resolves an address using DNS, requests the time from an NTP server, processes the the reply from the NTP server and displays that time on an LCD screen.

    Posted 01/27/2012
  • gmnelson
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    This FNET TCP/IP stack project is extremely well done. It is well written and very comprehensive in it's scope with excellent examples that nicely demonstrate it's capability. Great job and thanks for making this available!

    Posted 07/23/2010
  • konek
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    Everybody who manages to create code as clean and well documented as this one can count himself lucky. That's what makes it easy and quick to work with. Best free TCP/IP stack I found, comes with hardware drivers for all relevant Freescale MCUs.

    Posted 04/30/2010