This design example shows the use of MicroC/OS-II and NicheStack TCP/IP Stack in Nios® II Software Build Tools for Eclipse (Nios II SBT for Eclipse). It demonstrates a socket server using the NicheStack TCP/IP Stack – Nios II Edition on MicroC/OS-II. The design example consists of a socket server task that listens for commands on a TCP/IP port and dispatches those commands to a set of LED management tasks. This design example is not a complete implementation of a telnet server.
Using This Design Example
- Using the NicheStack TCP/IP Stack - Nios II Edition Tutorial provides details and instructions on running the design example.
- Nichestack_tutorial.zip contains the C files required to run the design as explained in the document.
- Nios II Ethernet Standard design example provides the hardware platform on which the design runs.
The use of this design is governed by, and subject to, the terms and conditions of the Intel Design Example License Agreement.
The software examples are designed to run on the Nios II Ethernet Standard design example. The Nios II Ethernet Standard design example page of the Intel website contains the hardware design files for a number of Intel FPGA development boards. Navigate to the web page and locate the Nios II Ethernet Standard design example .zip file that corresponds to your board.
For more information about using this example in your project, go to:
- Using the NicheStack TCP/IP Stack - Nios II Edition Tutorial (PDF)
- Nios II Ethernet Standard design example
- Nios II Literature
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