Internet for my AVR

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Is there something that allows me to access to my avr over the internet?

Life Is Like A Bucket Of Chicken.

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SLIP, PPP, PLIP, ethernet, wlan?

You could also write/use some software that allows incoming telnet connections and forwards them to serial port. At least RealTerm does that.

- Jani

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Try a thread search for "Lantronix" here. There are other solutions but your search for that alone should hit the threads where the alternatives are also mentioned.

("xport" is another good search term)

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I use ethernut
http://www.ethernut.de/en/hardware.html
I have had very good luck with it...although, you really need to know how to use WinAVR...(and the version I am using does not compile with the current release of WinAVR without modification...I just use the previous release).

It comes with a webserver, and I wrote an FTP client using it...I am quite pleased.

-Jim
http://www.noniandjim.com
Analog and Digital Electronics
Music Synthesizers

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Is there an imagecraft ethernut port I wonder?

Imagecraft compiler user

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I have a ton 'o code I've done to interface the WizNet 810/811 module to a mega128 and the AvrX RTOS. Not using WizNet's spagetti code.
The Wiz's are inexpensive modules; offloads the whole TCP/IP/ARP from the AVR. Has 16KB of RAM for four concurrently open sockets (UDP or TCP per socket).

A small AVR can be used too, if you don't need much RAM. 4K RAM is enough for what I'm doing: DNS, SNMP, HTTP, Dynamic HTML. You could squeeze into 2K of RAM if you don't try to do a full dynamic HTML server as I've done.

Some folks add a big RAM chip to the AVR. I'm no, as I'm doing this for low cost,. using dynamic/RTOS based buffer allocation (not malloc).

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Is there an imagecraft ethernut port I wonder?

Yes Bob, there is...turns out it is the only commercial compiler supported :)

And Ethernut is free...

And, if you need an Ethernut Dev Board...Imagecraft sells them...thats where I got the three I am using.

-Jim
http://www.noniandjim.com
Analog and Digital Electronics
Music Synthesizers

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The Wiz looks pretty good, but the shipping is nutrageous.
I like site player but I couldn't find to much info in it, does anyone have any links on this? Also Does anyone have any links or tutorials on ANSI C internet programming?

Life Is Like A Bucket Of Chicken.

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The WebCat is also enut compatible , sometimes also on ebay
http://www.achatz.nl/catalog/ind...

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Taco_Bell wrote:
The Wiz looks pretty good, but the shipping is nutrageous.
I like site player but I couldn't find to much info in it, does anyone have any links on this? Also Does anyone have any links or tutorials on ANSI C internet programming?

WizNet - purchase in US from Saelig or WizNet in San Jose

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Thanks stevech,

I have a mac/apple computer, does anyone know any packet sending/receiving programs or would I have to attempt program one myself it myself?

Life Is Like A Bucket Of Chicken.

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I have a mac/apple computer,

NOW a lot of things become apparent. But as on the TV commercials, I'll bet you are really cool-looking and not way nerdy like most of us 'Freaks.

Lee

You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.

I've never met a pig I didn't like, as long as you have some salt and pepper.