ENC28J60 Ethernet PHY/MAC Chip Driver

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By: created: 2013-04-05 | updated: 2013-04-05


  • 11/12/2007 - Fixes packet send hang bug.
  • 12/28/2007 - Released under Obex compatible license.
  • 10/06/2009 (4.0) - Added PASM checksum code, 20MHz SPI, massive speed improvements.
  • 12/07/2009 (5.0) - Removed packet array, the user app is now expected to supply a pointer to a predefined array. Default MAC address is now a locally assigned address (02-....).
This driver provides an easy to use API for communicating with the ENC28J60 chip without worrying about all the register configurations and SPI requirements associated with the chip. This driver also provides a 25mhz clock signal to the ENC28J60 if the user does not have access to a 25mhz crystal.
Beta versions can be obtained at http://harrisonpham.com/dp/proptcp
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Does anybody have a sample of using this spin driver as a telnet server?

Oh I have tried...... Totally out of my confortable zone!!!!!!

I dont see anything on this forum close to that and I think a lot of members could use an example.

I have several propellers around the house and this would be great for "realtime communication".

I am not asking for other members to do the job for me!....but I need little push in the right direction.