[En-Nut-Discussion] Ethernut port for AVR32

Allister Mannion allister at nowatt.com
Fri Aug 21 17:38:42 CEST 2009

Hi All,

This Ethernut port looks very interesting. Is there support for the
on-chip ethernet and USB controller?


Allister Mannion

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On Fri, 2009-08-21 at 11:47 -0300, Thiago A. Corrêa wrote:

> Hi Deven,
> >
> > I have read your posts on avrfreaks and saw your port on code.google.
> > I am planning to use the Ethernut port on AVR32 for the UC3A0512 devices.
> Cool :)
> > I have downloaded the main line code for Ethernut, but I do not see the AVR32 stuff in there.
> Since the AVR32 port was added that have not been a full release.
> Therefore, you can only find it on the SVN right now. I guess maybe in
> one beta if one is out, I haven't checked.
> > Now, here are a few Qs:
> > 1. Is the AVR32 (UC3A) port stable?
> As far as I tested with the examples, it was working pretty good. I
> think the serial port driver could use more testing, and there are a
> few drivers missing. Also the SPI driver still needs testing as well.
> > 2. When do we expect the port be available in the main line code?
> Probably it will be in the next release, but you could try it out
> using the SVN code before that. Actually the more help testing the
> better *smile*.
> > I have a custom hardware based on the UC3A with ethernet on board, and have plans to design a new hardware which will have ethernet, SDRAM, and bunch of other stuff. I plan to try out the port on the existing hardware and then port it to the new custom hardware.
> > The main motivation to use Ethernut is the strong TCP/IP stack.
> I still don't have my custom hardware, but I received recently the
> EVK1105 and an AVRONE to continue my work on the port. Up until now I
> have only tested with the ES version, but I did try to keep up with
> the differencese, so that the code works with both ES and non-ES. The
> new kit will be the first test with non-ES version AFAIK. I've been a
> bit busy with an AP7000 project, but will get back to the UC3 port as
> soon as possible.
> Kind Regards,
>     Thiago A. Correa
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