2017-05-19 8:00 GMT+02:00 Härtinger Markus <markus.haertin...@xws.de>:
> We are currently developing an WIFI support in RIOT-OS for the CPU cc3200.
> Our implementation is based on the code of Attilio Donà and the vendor
> libraries of Texas Instruments.
Great! Thanks for picking that up.
> After the first hardware support for this CPU currently we try to
> implement the WLAN support.
> For this goal we have some questions:
> - Is there already an implementation for any WLAN IEEE-802.11
> CPU in RIOT-OS
> - Is there an IPv4 support or only IPv6
Currently only IPv6 is supported natively (though we support IPv4 via the
lwIP pkg). But we don't say no if we get IPv4 support for GNRC ;-).
> - Is it correct that it is only necessary to wirte the
The CC3200 delivers a full embedded network stack right? If so, I would
rather suggest to either implement against GNRC's NETAPI  or the sock
API , rather than netdev. Though it is the CC3200 network device,
porting it to the netdev API might lead to problems that API rather thought
to be used for link-layer networking.
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