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1999\07\14@173206 by Tim Hamel

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Look at this post from someone on slash-dot (btw, what does "it was
slash-dotted" mean!?):


          The smallest MTU allowed by RFC 1122 is 576 bytes.

          The 12C509 processor has 41 bytes of RAM.

          You can write up to 64 bytes to the 24LC256 EEPROM, with the write
cycle                   taking
          5 ms.

          In 5 ms, 66 bytes arrive on the serial link at 115200 bps.

          I suppose with heavy use of flow control on the serial link, you
could buffer a       packet to the EEPROM.

          But I'm still skeptical of an IP stack in 256 instructions.

1999\07\14@173849 by Adam Davis

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Slash Dot : v. To post a message on http://www.slashdot.org about a particular web site
or service, at which point the thousands of people who view slashdot.org go to
that site.  Since there are numerous programs which give real-time indication of
a new article on slashdot, this can happen with ten minutes of a new article.
Generally cool toys and gadgets are more visited than articles about intel chips
and open source software.

-Adam

Tim Hamel wrote:
>
> Look at this post from someone on slash-dot (btw, what does "it was
> slash-dotted" mean!?):

1999\07\14@174917 by Tim Hamel

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So a guy in a bar that says "drinks on me" will be slash-dotted? <g> Thanks
for the definition.

Tim Hamel


In a message dated 7/14/99 2:39:47 PM Pacific Daylight Time, Adam writes:

> Slash Dot : v. To post a message on http://www.slashdot.org about a particular web
> site
>  or service, at which point the thousands of people who view slashdot.org
go
> to
>  that site.  Since there are numerous programs which give real-time
> indication of
>  a new article on slashdot, this can happen with ten minutes of a new
article.
>
>  Generally cool toys and gadgets are more visited than articles about intel
> chips
>  and open source software.
>
>  -Adam

1999\07\14@195324 by Ben Stragnell

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It gets better...

       HTTP/1.0 and i2c FileSys, 3~99 inst
       UDP+TCP, 70~99 inst
       ICMP [ping -s 11], 0~14 inst
       IP, 68~77 inst
       SLIP, 76 inst
       Buffered UART, 38~56 inst
       RTOS/rma, 3~15 inst

So, apparently the TCP/IP stack in total takes 99+77=176 instructions!
My bullshit radar is going off the scale...

Cheers,
Ben

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