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Started by d_kef, 20:15, 08 February 23
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Quote from: d_kef on 20:15, 08 February 23For example I was able to compile a driver for SymbOS
Quote from: Prodatron on 21:26, 08 February 23This is just fantastic!!Quote from: d_kef on 20:15, 08 February 23For example I was able to compile a driver for SymbOSIt seems, that the driver is pretty fast!
Quote from: Prodatron on 22:00, 08 February 23Phew, you are right! I didn't watch the CP/M video before. The difference between CP/M and SymbOS looks crazy!...But it also seems, that your W5100 implementation is really good!
Quote from: Gryzor on 05:05, 09 February 23Cool! Hope someone produces a batch! Why did you decide against RAM/ROM expansion?
Quote from: TotO on 07:28, 09 February 23Good. Because your contribution is the Ethernet module support, an 8x5 cm PCB with the network feature would be great.
Quote from: d_kef on 18:04, 09 February 23WGET and TELNET. No HTTP
Quote from: d_kef on 16:25, 09 February 23Some people want more..... Soeme people want less.... Well you can't make everyone happy
Quote from: Prodatron on 18:19, 09 February 23The W5100 provides TCP and UDP on hardware level, so everything which is based on this can easily be implemented. As nearly everything is either based on TCP and/or UDP, you can do all what you want.IIRC you can switch one of its 4 sockets to a lower level and could implement some lower protocols by yourself.Quote from: d_kef on 18:04, 09 February 23WGET and TELNET. No HTTPWget is HTTP
Quote from: TotO on 18:24, 09 February 23Quote from: d_kef on 16:25, 09 February 23Some people want more..... Soeme people want less.... Well you can't make everyone happy Hehe. I just said that, because it is interresting to have your Ethernet standalone feature in MX4 format to plug on a MotherX4, when a lot of people already own the compatible mass storage (X-MASS) the ROM/RAM expansion (X-MEM) to complete this setup.
Quote from: GUNHED on 17:27, 09 February 23Nice project! Well, out of curiosity: What is the difference between the Cyboard and the M4 expansion regarding access to the internet?
Quote from: zhulien on 07:17, 15 February 23what is the fastest you can stream data from a good server with the Cyboard? - if you repeatedly fetch e.g. a 100 byte file over a minute - how many kb's come down? I am really interested in the number of calls it can make per second.
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