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Changes from V3.2.4
+ Modified the default MAC address as the one used previously was not liked
by some routers.
#ifndef SAM_7_EMAC_H
#define SAM_7_EMAC_H
/* MAC address definition. The MAC address must be unique on the network. */
#define emacETHADDR0 0
#define emacETHADDR1 0xbd
#define emacETHADDR2 0x33
#define emacETHADDR3 0x06
#define emacETHADDR4 0x68
#define emacETHADDR5 0x22
/* The IP address being used. */
#define emacIPADDR0 172
#define emacIPADDR1 25
#define emacIPADDR2 218
#define emacIPADDR3 205
/* The gateway address being used. */
#define emacGATEWAY_ADDR0 172
#define emacGATEWAY_ADDR1 25
#define emacGATEWAY_ADDR2 218
#define emacGATEWAY_ADDR3 3
/* The network mask being used. */
#define emacNET_MASK0 255
#define emacNET_MASK1 255
#define emacNET_MASK2 0
#define emacNET_MASK3 0
* Initialise the EMAC driver. If successful a semaphore is returned that
* is used by the EMAC ISR to indicate that Rx packets have been received.
* If the initialisation fails then NULL is returned.
xSemaphoreHandle xEMACInit( void );
* Send ulLength bytes from pcFrom. This copies the buffer to one of the
* EMAC Tx buffers, then indicates to the EMAC that the buffer is ready.
* If lEndOfFrame is true then the data being copied is the end of the frame
* and the frame can be transmitted.
long lEMACSend( char *pcFrom, unsigned long ulLength, long lEndOfFrame );
* Frames can be read from the EMAC in multiple sections.
* Read ulSectionLength bytes from the EMAC receive buffers to pcTo.
* ulTotalFrameLength is the size of the entire frame. Generally vEMACRead
* will be repetedly called until the sum of all the ulSectionLenths totals
* the value of ulTotalFrameLength.
void vEMACRead( char *pcTo, unsigned long ulSectionLength, unsigned long ulTotalFrameLength );
* The EMAC driver and interrupt service routines are defined in different
* files as the driver is compiled to THUMB, and the ISR to ARM. This function
* simply passes the semaphore used to communicate between the two.
void vPassEMACSemaphore( xSemaphoreHandle xCreatedSemaphore );
* Called by the Tx interrupt, this function traverses the buffers used to
* hold the frame that has just completed transmission and marks each as
* free again.
void vClearEMACTxBuffer( void );
* Suspend on a semaphore waiting either for the semaphore to be obtained
* or a timeout. The semaphore is used by the EMAC ISR to indicate that
* data has been received and is ready for processing.
void vEMACWaitForInput( void );
* Return the length of the next frame in the receive buffers.
unsigned long ulEMACInputLength( void );