[En-Nut-Discussion] Enough memory?
harald.kipp at egnite.de
Wed Jul 19 15:56:31 CEST 2006
60 kBytes of flash will be enough for a basic TCP/IP application.
However, 4 kBytes of RAM would be at least very, very difficult.
Remember, that a full Ethernet Packet may contain 1500 bytes.
An option may be lwIP
Like Nut/OS, it is BSDL'ed Open Source, but needs much less memory.
At 11:47 19.07.2006 +0200, you wrote:
>I want to use another microcontroller instead of the Atmel. I want to
>implement a TCP/IP stack (most of it) on it but before I start I want to
>know if I have enough flash and RAM on my microcontroller. I'm afraid that
>while I'm busy with it, I suddenly realize that I don't have enough memory
>and then it's too late to use a different microcontroller. It has 60Kbytes
>of Flash and 4Kbytes of RAM. Is that enough? If not, what is the minimum?
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