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    Ok I spent a couple hours trying to figure out...

    Ok I spent a couple hours trying to figure out the multicast filter crc algorithm, I finally got it cracked down so it actually works now, I've been testing MDNS and it wasn't working correctly since...
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    Easiest way to do it without changing a bunch of...

    Easiest way to do it without changing a bunch of things is to edit usb_desc.h, but if you ever needed to change it again you would have to edit that again. A while ago for my personal use I added an...
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    I’m not sure if there would be any improvements...

    I’m not sure if there would be any improvements to speeds if multi threading was disabled in the FNET library, it didn’t seem to make a difference when I first activated it, but at the time I was...
  4. The pins I would like to see is definitely...

    The pins I would like to see is definitely Serial8, usb host port like a T3.6 offers, and I would love native Ethernet if it’s a possibility. To coincide with the native Ethernet I would like the...
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    Yes the adapter has auto crossover detection,...

    Yes the adapter has auto crossover detection, there is a parameter for a static IP address for the DHCP service as well as an autoip service which is the one that should be used for direct connection...
  6. Here is a link to the current library for this:...

    Here is a link to the current library for this: https://github.com/felis/UHS30
    Link to forum page: https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/28173-Teensy-3-x-NATIVE-USB-HOST-PREVIEW-AVAILABLE
    Of note, Teensy...
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    There is a function that adds the services to a...

    There is a function that adds the services to a polling list that gets called from the usbthread, all of that is handled by the init function for the service you are trying to add. The specific...
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    There is definitely a learning curve to FNET...

    There is definitely a learning curve to FNET being that there really isn’t any documentation available on how to do certain things like create your own sockets. The author of FNET just tells people...
  9. Adafruit has their own port of the Teensy Audio...

    Adafruit has their own port of the Teensy Audio Library for such purposes: https://learn.adafruit.com/synthesizer-design-tool/overview
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    There’s certainly some surfaces that can be...

    There’s certainly some surfaces that can be bought cheaper than you can build one, some of the more specialized ones like a Euphonix controller can be built for cheaper since they are so overpriced...
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    I definitely want to see how well the gigabit...

    I definitely want to see how well the gigabit Ethernet on the 1170 performs if we have access to it, I would like for it to be available directly onboard so I don’t lose I/O pins just to support...
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    The original library does have direct support,...

    The original library does have direct support, but that support would have to be rewritten to work with Teensyduino, but we don’t have to use the original libraries code to use the hardware. You can...
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    Looks like the register values are not reading...

    Looks like the register values are not reading back what it expects, the product ID is right but the revision and Manufacturer ID are not. Here is what the library expects the values to be:

    if...
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    Since you have a relay on hand already I say test...

    Since you have a relay on hand already I say test with that and see how it performs, it should perform well since itís a direct connection through a relay and not flowing through a transistor, it...
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    Exactly correct.

    Exactly correct.
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    There’s no way to specify the number of LEDs per...

    There’s no way to specify the number of LEDs per pin, but if you just start the object with the max LEDs that one pin has there’s nothing stopping you from using less LEDs on the other pins. You just...
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    Yes two of those should be fine, those are the...

    Yes two of those should be fine, those are the same model that are on the OctoWS2811 adapter so you can guarantee that they will work.
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    Also I believe T4.0 isn’t yet supported with the...

    Also I believe T4.0 isn’t yet supported with the OctoWS2811 library and as the name suggests it is only for 8 pins which are hard coded into the library, so you would either have to port the library...
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    Octo2811 has nothing to do with level shifting.

    Octo2811 has nothing to do with level shifting.
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    I’m not sure about dma support, but the FastLED...

    I’m not sure about dma support, but the FastLED library can use the T4.0’s 16 bit port for output: https://github.com/FastLED/FastLED/wiki/Parallel-Output
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    Any buffer style chip can be used for uni...

    Any buffer style chip can be used for uni direction level shifting, octal buffers are pretty common and I’ve used them for level shifting. Just power them with 5v and I believe most of them have high...
  22. Those are the official names taken from the...

    Those are the official names taken from the reference manual as far as I can tell and it looks like the very first letter is what port they are, so the 16 bit port is port A. Like I say, it's a...
  23. I prefer to look at the core_pins.h file to find...

    I prefer to look at the core_pins.h file to find the mappings, it seems a lot clearer to me than looking at the schematic. If you look here, there is actually a 16 bit port available with no conflict...
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    Windows could’ve always supported since obviously...

    Windows could’ve always supported since obviously other “custom” drivers could do it at the time, I suppose now in Windows 10 it looks like it is supported natively, but that is a simple feature that...
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    I figured it would probably fail for the T3.6...

    I figured it would probably fail for the T3.6 with the current buffer sizes, the buffers can be lowered you just won’t get the same speeds, not to mention that from test the T3.6 seemed to never get...
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    Oddly enough packing the bytes didn't actually...

    Oddly enough packing the bytes didn't actually make it any faster, reason being that it has to use the callback timer to say when to send a message if the buffers not full and that timer has to be as...
  27. Technically a Teensy 3.2 can be a USB host but...

    Technically a Teensy 3.2 can be a USB host but with only one USB port you are limited to what you can do, the USB micro is OTG capable and I know someone did some work for the host support, but it’s...
  28. If my knowledge is correct then you should be...

    If my knowledge is correct then you should be able to do it as long as your resistor value is high enough to limit the current to less than what the Teensy can sink. I’ve done this with external...
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    Yeah, that’s pretty much what I would expect the...

    Yeah, that’s pretty much what I would expect the numbers to be with the current code, UDP will always be faster than TCP there’s nothing I can do about that. I may be able to squeeze a little more...
  30. I didn’t understand what Processing was, now that...

    I didn’t understand what Processing was, now that I do, I meant you could run your Arduino sketch on the Teensy instead of using the Teensy to transmit the serial messages to an Arduino. Which is...
  31. You can also run your whole processing sketch on...

    You can also run your whole processing sketch on the Teensy instead of just forwarding the messages to a separate Arduino.
  32. Strictly speaking a Teensy is completely...

    Strictly speaking a Teensy is completely different from how a standard USB to UART adapter works, you can program it to do the same function however. To program a Teensy you don’t have to put it into...
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    I just prefer MacOS over Windows, I use both...

    I just prefer MacOS over Windows, I use both almost daily and the workflow is just so much better for me, not to mention Windows just seems to lack the ease of use of stuff that Mac has had for years...
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    All USB interfaces that are offered on other...

    All USB interfaces that are offered on other Teensy’s are going to be coming to the Teensy 4, Paul is working on a lot of software right now to bring it up to par with other Teensy’s. I’m not sure...
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    USB Ethernet is starting to be pretty promising,...

    USB Ethernet is starting to be pretty promising, it’s at least a whole lot faster than the wiznet modules, further testing is still being done, but if you need to go that route it’s at least viable...
  36. My take on it is that one half is more optimized...

    My take on it is that one half is more optimized than the other allowing for faster code execution/memory access, that’s probably wrong on all accounts, but that’s how I choose to understand it right...
  37. Maybe the string isn’t be null terminated...

    Maybe the string isn’t be null terminated properly if the there’s an exact amount in the buffer?
  38. I’m pretty sure this makes sense since the...

    I’m pretty sure this makes sense since the default serial buffer size is 64, I believe the number can be easily edited in one of the Teensy core files. So anything over 64 would be read in multiples...
  39. I did this a while back:...

    I did this a while back: https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/50043-Configurable-usbMIDI-Port-Names

    I havenít updated it since I posted it, I donít know if anything changed in the original file since I...
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    I think I just need a better router, it’s only...

    I think I just need a better router, it’s only the WiFi that goes out, the wired ports still work it just decides to not want to communicate properly.
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    Use the flood command sparingly, I’ve DDOSed my...

    Use the flood command sparingly, I’ve DDOSed my router again.
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    Alright I found out about the ping flood command...

    Alright I found out about the ping flood command which works in the native MacOS terminal and here is the results that are more inline with what I would expect, besides a couple of lost packets the...
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    Yeah Teensy to Teensy testing would definitely be...

    Yeah Teensy to Teensy testing would definitely be interesting.
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    Ground should never be anything above 0v, that...

    Ground should never be anything above 0v, that being said connecting the PSU ground to Teensy ground is not an issue and can be directly connected as long as you haven't shorted anything that's...
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    I'm not sure what's going on with psping, but my...

    I'm not sure what's going on with psping, but my numbers certainly don't add up to what it's saying. I'm running psping over WiFi so my average ping is 4ms and I took it off quiet mode to verify...
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    I still need to work on making the transmit make...

    I still need to work on making the transmit make better use of the buffers by packing multiple messages into one buffer instead of queueing every message into it's own buffer, I need to match the...
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    Alright, I've pulled through and fixed the...

    Alright, I've pulled through and fixed the buffers so now 16k receive buffer works, I'm not sure if over 16k works though, I tried 32k first and that didn't work so I just went with 16k. From a short...
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    Strictly speaking I believe any device can...

    Strictly speaking I believe any device can technically use the driver you would just have to insert the VID and PID of the desired device into it since to my knowledge it is class compliant, but it...
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    When compared to the MSC driver, that one has no...

    When compared to the MSC driver, that one has no problems because it requests an absolute read size so what is returned is always what was requested and it's not always reading. Mine has to always be...
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    The USB receive buffer, I mean the speed seems...

    The USB receive buffer, I mean the speed seems pretty fine with 2k buffers right now, but I feel like it may be able to be increased or at least offer better USB bandwidth for other devices probably,...
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