[U-Boot-Users] eth_rx implementation
wd at denx.de
Sun Mar 6 10:26:00 CET 2005
In message <698a2fda0503060044189b8b1c at mail.gmail.com> you wrote:
> I am having problems implementing my eth_rx function. I have seen
And what exactly is your problem?
> from other implementations that eth_rx will return any packet that has
> been received from the network, however, if there are no data to
> retrieve, i.e. NetReceive(NetRxPackets, 0), the PING function
> re-sends the ping request in at most two times.
Yes, but this is a different issue and unrelated to the implemen-
tation of eth_rx.
> I have implemented a polling eth_rx function. Of course there should
> be no packet type checking on this level, however, is the network loop
> function checking if the packets for a specific network command is
> satisfied, and if not, what does our network loop do?
I'm not exactly sure what you are asking here. Are there any problems
with your eth_rx code as you claimed above, or did you modify
anything in the NetLoop() function, or what?
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