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Thread: Embedded Internet enabling methods: Which?
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>PPP, IP and UDP are not terribly difficult to implement, and are quite
>useful.  However, you can't run SMTP or http over UDP, they require TCP.
>TCP is more involved if you do it completely.


Ooops.... overlooked that one... But you get the point....


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That's the spirit! Just do only those things that are required. That AN724
might
be of interest as an starting point... The nice thing about the app note is
that they use a modem, wich drives up the cost but it can be directly
connected
to a telephone network and doesn't  need a host. Also use only those things
that
are absolutly needed... so filling in all the fields of an IP-packet doesn't
have
to be necessary.... one has to expiriment with it to see what's required and
what
not... and i'd program it in assembler, not in C. This with the program
memory
space in mind... (not to start a C vs Assembler threat (thread?) on
this)....

>Dale
>---
>The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new
>discoveries, is not "Eureka!" (I found it!) but "That's funny ..."
>                -- Isaac Asimov
Isaac Asimov isn't that the writer of those science fiction books?
(heck, now i can't find them anymore.....)  I found those books a good joy
on trips etc.!!!

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