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I recently attended the Atmel AVR seminar ... and in the back of the handout booklet there is something called the Embedded web server starter kit. My contacts with Atmel and representatives have not been responded to when asking the status of this kit. Does anyone know if it is real, available (not likely), when availability is planned....or other details. Thanks KB

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Hi,

At the Toronto seminar, we heard it was going to cost around $199US, and be available around summer from the sounds of it.

I am currently working on a more modest slip rather than ethernet implementation of it. This may be of interest to you instead depending on your application.

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I have seen a few other projects on the net that are working on something like this. One was called eAVR. I'm not sure if the person who was running this has made any improvements, however he did have a development board that was setup. The idea is to interface the card with an ISA network card. That way you just call the functions on the network card and not have to do as much overhead. Not sure if it would fit into your application, but it's worth a shot.

Nathan

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Take a look at this *brilliant* product by Dallas http://www.ibutton.com/TINI/

It is a java running web server, ftp server, 4 serial ports, dual CAN BUS, I2C bus and OneWire interface (oh, and 10baseT, off course).

Current release operating system supports a nearly complete TCP/IP stack, as well as PPP server and Client.

I use this device (72 pin simmstick for $50US) as a 'protocol bridge' between my atmels and other Dallas devices. Simply this board as an I2C 10baseT interface, and you'll have your atmel on the internet in under 10 minutes!

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Take a look at the s7600a from sekio compleate TCP/Ip stack and PPP server in one chip and costs less than £10. Its very east to connect to ant atmel chip.
Tim

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