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edtp
- 18th October 2007, 20:47
Hi, Everyone
I've just finished the successful assembly of the TCP/IP PBPL port. The 32-bit stuff works great and made the task relatively easy. I'm adding a simple HTTP server example to the code as well. You'll all see this "later" but I'll post the code on www.edtp.com sometime over this weekend.

Have fun,
Fred

edtp
- 22nd October 2007, 17:56
Hi,
For those of you waiting for the PBPL TCP/HTTP PBPL source, I'm still working on it today.. I'll get it up on the EDTP site sometime today.. Sorry for the delay..

Have fun,
Fred

edtp
- 25th October 2007, 17:35
The PBPL TCP/HTTP engines are running!
I'll be posting the code within a couple of hours..

Have fun,
Fred

edtp
- 25th October 2007, 20:44
Here's the link to the latest PBPL Ethernet MINI Driver:

http://www.edtp.com/download/mini/eth_mini_PBPL_tcp.zip

Have fun,
Fred

Tissy
- 28th January 2011, 14:18
The download is no longer working, anyone have these files.

I am basically wanting a PIC to call a web php page from the Internet.

So just need a simple solution of connecting a PIC to the Internet to 'call' this PHP. Once called the php script does the rest.

Many thanks.

Steve

ScaleRobotics
- 28th January 2011, 15:43
It looks like this is it, from the same author.

http://www.nutsvolts.com/media-files/734/Aug07-DesignCycle.pdf

Attached are two files I have found for it. The one with "package" came with the nuts and volts article.

eth_mini_PBPL_tcp.zip includes ;



;7/24/2007 FE/PB Brought up ARP,ICMP and UDP for EDTP test panel
; 8/22/2007 FE Brought up DHCP
; 10/25/2007 FE Brought up TCP and HTTP
Whereas the other files date is 8/22/2007

http://edtp.com/downloads.htm

(http://www.sonsivri.com/forum/index.php?topic=12414.0)

Tissy
- 28th January 2011, 17:12
Thanks very much for the reply.

not having looked at Nuts & Volts before, is there an easy way to find the articles ?

In the PDF you highlighted, it states that the previous article is about the mini assembly etc, can I find it !!

I've searched through the http://www.nutsvolts.com/media-files/ folder with no luck.

Thanks again.

Steve

ScaleRobotics
- 28th January 2011, 17:37
Well, I have a subscription, so it may be easier for me. I just went to the previous month's magazine, and looked at the Design Cycle column. The article is called Datacomm Like A Bigshot in July 2007. Not sure what the interface looks like for people that don't have a subscription. In fact, I am not sure if people can read my link below. It does not look like that hardware is available anymore, looking at: http://edtp.com/ , but perhaps this hardware would work with it? http://www.sparkfun.com/products/7830

<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tbody><tr style="background-color: rgb(210, 210, 210); height: 30px;"> <td>http://n-cdn.dashdigital.com/nutsvolts/include/icons/navbar_logo.gif?lm=1194505301000 </td> <td style="color: rgb(102, 102, 102); font-weight: bold; font-family: tahoma,sans-serif; font-size: 11px; line-height: 15px; padding-right: 5px;" align="right"> Look inside > </td> </tr> <tr style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);"> <td colspan="2" style="padding: 10px 0px;" align="center"> http://n-cdn.dashdigital.com/nutsvolts/200707/data/imgpages/smtn/nutsvolts200707_0090.gif?lm=1194505301000 http://n-cdn.dashdigital.com/nutsvolts/200707/data/imgpages/smtn/nutsvolts200707_0091.gif?lm=1194505301000 (http://nutsvolts.texterity.com/nutsvolts/200707?pg=90) </td> </tr> <tr style="background-color: rgb(210, 210, 210); height: 30px;"> <td colspan="2" style="color: rgb(102, 102, 102); font-weight: bold; font-family: tahoma,sans-serif; font-size: 11px; line-height: 15px;" align="center"> The Design Cycle </td> </tr> </tbody></table>

Tissy
- 29th January 2011, 16:25
Thanks very much for your help.

I have now managed, after a lot of internet searching, got all the Nuts & Volts magazine articles and supporting files that relate to this subject.

I am wondering if the Ethernet Mini board is still available for purchase ? Its no longer listed on EDTP web site.

Regards,

Steve

ScaleRobotics
- 29th January 2011, 16:35
Hi Tissy,

Did you find anything that I missed? Also, see my previos post for possible hardware.

ScaleRobotics
- 4th March 2011, 20:35
Looks like MeLabs has noticed this recently as well. Here are the articles, with an additional PING example. This is under Nuts and Volts

http://melabs.com/resources/articles/