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'[EE]:Ethernet connection to a PC'
2000\07\13@061420 by Albert Goodwill

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Is there a simple way of connecting   PIC16F877 (or AT90S8535) circuit to a
PC via ethernet line?

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2000\07\13@084130 by David Kott

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From: Albert Goodwill <.....albertgoodwillKILLspamspam@spam@GEOCITIES.COM>
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Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2000 6:10 PM
Subject: [EE]:Ethernet connection to a PC


> Is there a simple way of connecting   PIC16F877 (or AT90S8535) circuit to
a
> PC via ethernet line?
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> .....albertgoodwillKILLspamspam.....yahoo.com
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>

This topic surfaces regularily.
Check out Gary T. Desrosiers site at  http://www.embeddedethernet.com.  He
has posted quite a bit of software and hardware documentation to allow you
to ping (ICMP) and grok UDP packets over twisted pair with a BASIC Stamp or
a PIC.  He sells a nice and simple development platform for the CS8900,
integrated ethernet NIC.  I think you will be pleased at how easy it is to
bootstrap your ethernet node using Gary's development system and software.

-d

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