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Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15

Hello everyone
i try to implement the TCPIP Stack V2013-06-15 on my Dspic33Fj256GP506 using Mplab X and XC16 compiler
I'm asking here if its possible and if there is a tutorial here to implement the stack correctly!
 
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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/19 12:09:00 (permalink)
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    You want to use  6 year old software?
    There should be instructions and demos in the Package.
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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/19 14:47:34 (permalink)
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    Maybe because the current version of MLA is with Wi-Fi® support only.
    There are help files and demo projects inside the installation folder of MLA

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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/19 15:11:39 (permalink)
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    And is it supported under MCC ?
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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/19 15:26:23 (permalink)
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    That chip is probably not supported with MCC, so the OP can't use MCC TCP/IP Lite stack.

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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/20 06:27:22 (permalink)
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    I want to use this version because the current MLA support WIFI Only tha'ts why
    What About to use MCC to configure the Library V2013-06-15?
     
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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/20 07:17:27 (permalink)
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    You can't use MCC with your select MCU, MCC supports mostly newer PIC models. And the MCC TCP stack is not the same TCP stack used with MLA, the MCC is a lite version.

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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/20 10:12:48 (permalink)
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    it's okay so i need to implement it manually
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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/20 10:32:54 (permalink)
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    i can use mplab.x ide because the source code of this version is created by another version (MPLAB IDE v8.92)?
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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/20 10:50:32 (permalink)
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    You can but it won't be straight forward, you'll have to make a lot of modification for your code to work. 
    Is there a valid reason to use that ancient chip? Microchip doesn't recommend it for new designs. There are alternative newer models with lot of new features and possibly cheaper than that one.
    Developing using an old chip with older versions of software will always gonna give you troubles in the future unless you are working on an existing project then it can make sense 

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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/20 11:41:02 (permalink)
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    Yes alright but I already have the model in front of me and they asked me to use Enc28j60 for ethernet RJ45 maybe I'll use MPLAB version v8.92
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    Re: Implementing TCPIP Stack v2013-06-15 2019/03/21 15:06:06 (permalink)
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    The problem in this library i can't find the hardware profile of my device Dspic33Fj256Gp506
    any hardware profile for Dspic33F
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