The Network module is a complete TCP/IP stack designed specifically for embedded systems. Built from the ground up with Micrium quality, scalability, and reliability, it enables the rapid configuration of required network options to minimize time-to-market.
The Network module allows for adjustment of the memory footprint based upon design requirements. It can be configured to include only those network components necessary to the system. When a component is not used, it is not included in the build, saving valuable memory space.
The Network module support IPv4 and IPv6, DHCP and DNS client; and provides multiple network applications such as HTTP, MQTT, SMTP, SNTP, FTP, Telnet and more.
This manual describes how to initializes, start, and use the Network module, it gives details about the various configuration values and their uses and a porting guide for your hardware. It also gives information such as overview, configuration possibilities, implementation details and examples of typical usage.
More information on Micrium OS Network can be found in the following pages:
- Network Overview
- Integrating Network Into Your Project
- Network Core Example Applications
- Network Core Configuration
- Network Core Start-Up
- Network Core Programming Guide
- Network Core Hardware Porting Guide
- Network Controller Drivers
- Network Core Troubleshooting
- Application Modules