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Old 05-08-2009, 08:58 AM
renupriya
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Default Help required on Ethernet with FPGA


Hi ..

I'm working on a project which involves a design that has NiOS I
processor, DDRSDRAM, SSRAM, a custom Ethernet MAC and other components an
I've to run an application on it.. I use NiOS II embedded Evaluatio
board(Cyclone III), quartus 8.1 web edition.

Since I'm new to Altera, I would like to start with a simple design wit
an ethernet MAC , then send and recieve packets through it. I'm not stron
in Ethernet concepts too. I feel that the design with TSE MAC and socke
server example are too high at this level of me to understand.

So can anyone send me a design which has a MAC and also tell me how t
send and recieve packets over it? If possible, can you send me supportin
documents for mastering the concepts of ethernet.

Thanks and Regards
Renu

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Old 05-08-2009, 11:55 AM
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Default Re: Help required on Ethernet with FPGA

http://www.fpga4fun.com/10BASE-T.html


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