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Ethernet on bare-metal application

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łgosiewski
Junior(0)
Ethernet on bare-metal application

I need fast way of transceiving data from Zedboard to PC, so I thought of using ethernet instead of UART in my custom bare-metal application. I'm new to the Zynq (though I have previous experience with Spartan and ARM based microcontrolers), just got through Speedway basic course and never used ethernet as programmer. So my question is - Is there easy way to do that without using Linux? Cause I haven't found any tutorials covering this matter.

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KUGA
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Hi.

Hi.
Create a new BSP and look for a lwIP Template or Checkbox. This includes the lwIP stack whick gives you access to common network interfaces.
There should be some documentation from xilinx included.

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ucabsdp
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I'm looking to do the exact

I'm looking to do the exact same thing, send a some floats (a few thousand) to the Zynq to process, did you have any luck in getting a bare metal ethernet working?

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jakapc
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Same hire!

Did you guys find something similar. I need to to communicate with my pc over ethernet. I need send same data and receive them. Any ideas?