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'[PICLIST] [EE] Network "level" use analyzer'
2000\09\26@004354 by Gabriel Caffese

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Hello,
       Anyone heard about  a "network performance tester" or something like
that, using a PIC ?
       In fact, I would like to build something like that, but I can not
find information.
       What I would like to build is a "Tester" that would tell me, for
example, the protocol in use, the number of wrong packets, etc, etc.

       If you know anything, please, email me.

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2000\09\26@010243 by xandinho

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>        Anyone heard about  a "network performance tester" or something like
>that, using a PIC ?
>        In fact, I would like to build something like that, but I can not
>find information.
>        What I would like to build is a "Tester" that would tell me, for
>example, the protocol in use, the number of wrong packets, etc, etc.

       Wow! A 64 bit pic? 8 MB ram?


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2000\09\26@011740 by Dan Michaels

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Gabriel Caffese wrote:
>Hello,
>        Anyone heard about  a "network performance tester" or something like
>that, using a PIC ?
>        In fact, I would like to build something like that, but I can not
>find information.
>        What I would like to build is a "Tester" that would tell me, for
>example, the protocol in use, the number of wrong packets, etc, etc.
>
>        If you know anything, please, email me.
>


That is an awful lot of information to analyze in real-time using
a lowly PIC. Something I have been working on - in fitful bits and
pieces - are simple I2C and RS-232 real-time analyzers using a 20
Mhz PIC, but the PIC is just barely able to keep up. I hold fairly
small hope for doing anything more complicated than this.

- dan michaels

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