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  1. FNET supports ip fragmentation so the packets are...

    FNET supports ip fragmentation so the packets are already being split up and reassembled automatically, with ip fragmentation jumbo frames are not being sent (nor does FNET support them as far as I'm...
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    Sticky: This is what I meant about adding the...

    This is what I meant about adding the client.close() command in my library, remove the delay, and put a client.close() command before the break that Paul added. I didnít document this change too well...
  3. If I had to hazard a guess, it may be that larger...

    If I had to hazard a guess, it may be that larger block sizes are taking longer than the 1ms time slice allows for so the process gets interrupted when it switches back to the other thread and it...
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    Sticky: On a related note, because of this line:...

    On a related note, because of this line: client.println("Connection: close"); the browser will not close the connection on its own. I discovered this when making my version of the library, what this...
  5. I missed the part where you said no clients were...

    I missed the part where you said no clients were connected, but yes this specific problem should only occur when clients connect, doesn't matter if one or multiple, eventually it happens.
  6. This is related to a known bug with anything...

    This is related to a known bug with anything using NativeEthernet’s Server code, specifically with this line here: EthernetClient client = _server.available();. The short end of the story is that...
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    For starters, I wouldn’t recommend using...

    For starters, I wouldn’t recommend using NativeEthernetUdp for this, due in part to its blocking nature. If you take the time to transfer the code directly to FNET you’ll more than likely have a...
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    I would much prefer the latter as well, but if I...

    I would much prefer the latter as well, but if I don’t have access then I don’t have access, not much I can do.
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    I had one at one point, when I didn’t have the...

    I had one at one point, when I didn’t have the time to work on it, pretty sure they blocked the newest version on my account.
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    It is possible to use promiscuous mode, though...

    It is possible to use promiscuous mode, though unless you really have to emulate multiple MAC addresses with one device then I wouldn't really recommend it. That being said, there is a config in FNET...
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    That looks more like the packets are out of order...

    That looks more like the packets are out of order does it not? When just viewing the raw audio file you shouldn't have this specific issue even if the clocks are different.
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    For one, this version of NativeEthernet is not...

    For one, this version of NativeEthernet is not really thread safe so I can’t attest to the stability. Before I made NativeEthernet I was using FNET in a thread safe manner and I don’t remember ever...
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    This made me curious about a better way to handle...

    This made me curious about a better way to handle this from the user sketch, as far as the Manufacturer Name, Product Name, and Serial Number goes these can already be changed from the user sketch...
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    That is also easily changed with a define,...

    That is also easily changed with a define, luckily FNET is already setup to handle multiple ENETs if your processor is using more than one.
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    If all the pins are already available then making...

    If all the pins are already available then making the required carrier board should be easy and as far as adding in the support to FNET that can easily be done with a couple edits to some defines to...
  16. Tested in MacOS Monterey, can confirm there is an...

    Tested in MacOS Monterey, can confirm there is an issue.

    Truthfully I believe something has changed recently in MacOS, this was never an issue before, reason why I think something has changed is...
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    It’s using the newest version, the only commits...

    It’s using the newest version, the only commits that are behind are just some typos in the comments.
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    Sorry for the my silence on these issues...

    Sorry for the my silence on these issues recently, but I haven't had time to dedicate towards this. I'm aware of what's happening with the TCP code and why it's seemingly running out of sockets out...
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    The MAC address code you are using doesnít...

    The MAC address code you are using doesnít support a Teensy 4.1 so all your Teensyís are trying to communicate with the same address(0XDEADBEEFFEED).
    The code you want for a Teensy 4.1 is this:

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    The hard part is really the lack of documentation...

    The hard part is really the lack of documentation like you get from the standard Ethernet library. Iíve talked directly to MACs already using FNET because of a protocol I had to reverse engineer....
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    If you don’t need full networking capability then...

    If you don’t need full networking capability then you could talk directly to a MAC address (such as broadcast) without the need for UDP, but NativeEthernet doesn’t have any functions to do that for...
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    If by Broadcast you are actually referring to...

    If by Broadcast you are actually referring to Multicast then yes there is support, both in Paulís Ethernet library and my NativeEthernet library.


    /* Start EthernetUDP socket, listening at local...
  23. Honestly I’m not sure about why the delay is...

    Honestly I’m not sure about why the delay is needed, also flush for UDP has never done anything. I’m curious if it’s actually not sending out the packet or if the receiving Teensy is just missing it,...
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    Strange that the LED isn’t working, but ping...

    Strange that the LED isn’t working, but ping working shows that Ethernet is working.
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    If the LEDs on the Teensy socket aren’t on then...

    If the LEDs on the Teensy socket aren’t on then something is wrong, only one of the two LEDs are connected and it’s setup to show activity when you call Ethernet.begin().
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    When you provide a static IP there is no return...

    When you provide a static IP there is no return function, therefore when you try to != 0 it throws an error since there is no value to compare. When you only give it a MAC address it does provide a...
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    The boot loader does not support the 2nd USB...

    The boot loader does not support the 2nd USB port, but on the T4.1 there are pads on the bottom to access the 1st USB port's D+ and D- pins so that you can add your own connector. Though it's not...
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    Please verify you have the latest download for...

    Please verify you have the latest download for NativeEthernet, there used to be a problem with client not returning an IP address until client.available() was called. I remember fixing that, but I...
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    In my case I’m more interested in getting the...

    In my case I’m more interested in getting the most performance out of WiFi while still using a Teensy that I can. It’s certainly more cost effective to go with an ESP, but serial can only handle so...
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    I’m curious how viable this could be on a Teensy...

    I’m curious how viable this could be on a Teensy 4.1, if I’m not mistaken enough of the pins for SDIO2 are available to use a SDIO based WiFi chip. Other options include using SDIO1 via a micro SD...
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    As a shot in the dark I would think either other...

    As a shot in the dark I would think either other interrupts could be causing it or just the nature of how NativeEthernet is working. If you work direct with FNET you donít have to poll for the packet...
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    Due to the nature of this wrapper library the...

    Due to the nature of this wrapper library the performance will never be fully optimal. If you need more precision over what’s going on you will have to learn FNET and make a service for what you want...
  33. Admittedly that is a draw back with the...

    Admittedly that is a draw back with the NativeEthernet library, but I’ve tried to keep its functionality as close to how the W5500 works as I can remember. Being that it is blocking in nature I...
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    If your going to be soldering it down to a...

    If your going to be soldering it down to a production board I would suggest taking a look at this for a more permanent solution than pogo pins....
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    It’s definitely better to make sure you have the...

    It’s definitely better to make sure you have the differential pair length and impedance matched just to be compliant with spec. However, there is a some wiggle room allowed and even with running the...
  36. To me it seems like there would be more overhead...

    To me it seems like there would be more overhead using DR_TOGGLE and keeping track of which bits need to be toggled between each write, personally I would just stick to using SET and CLEAR which is...
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    As per the schematic D+ is on the ground side and...

    As per the schematic D+ is on the ground side and D- is on the power side, I thought about designing a small board, but personally I probably won’t need it so I didn’t.
  38. I haven’t made a pull request for T4.x so...

    I haven’t made a pull request for T4.x so currently this only works for T3.x
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    Not sure if it's strictly related to the M1 Macs...

    Not sure if it's strictly related to the M1 Macs or just Big Sur, but I've had it say "Unable find Teensy Loader. (p) Is the Teensy Loader application running?" a couple of times and simply trying to...
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    T4.1 External USB C Connector

    Here's a quick write up for a permanent and relatively simple way for anyone wanting to add an external USB connector to a Teensy 4.1 based PCB.

    First step is to make 2 solder balls on the D+ and...
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    As far as I remember Windows file explorer didn't...

    As far as I remember Windows file explorer didn't automatically update any open folder and you always had to refresh an open window to see the changes that were made from somewhere else. Though I...
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    Happy Holidays to everyone as well and a Merry...

    Happy Holidays to everyone as well and a Merry Christmas to those who celebrate it.
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    I’m using it almost like a texture map for...

    I’m using it almost like a texture map for drawing “realistic” controls on screen and drawing the color separately underneath it. With the color space conversion it makes it easy to use transparent...
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    Now that I got my test boards in I loaded this up...

    Now that I got my test boards in I loaded this up again and thanks to your ShowPXP method I was able to determine that the manual has a slight error in the PXP_NEXT description that caused the issues...
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    This is a known “non-issue” since MacOS Catalina,...

    This is a known “non-issue” since MacOS Catalina, reason being is that a separate download is already provided that has Teensyduino already preinstalled with Arduino.
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    Yeah that would be it, I overlooked the Audio...

    Yeah that would be it, I overlooked the Audio Adapter microSD socket and just assumed he was using the bottom pins of the T4.0.
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    It looks like yours is using the new libraries so...

    It looks like yours is using the new libraries so there shouldn’t be any difference, the T4.0 and 4.1 are functionally identical.
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    You may not be using the Teensy beta which has a...

    You may not be using the Teensy beta which has a wrapper for the SD library to use the SdFat-beta library instead which is a whole lot faster.
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    There isn’t any other dependencies, it’s already...

    There isn’t any other dependencies, it’s already preconfigured for TLS to be active. So either it’s not using the new ones you downloaded or the fnet_user_config.h file was changed to disable TLS.
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    On a Mac this happens in one of two scenarios,...

    On a Mac this happens in one of two scenarios, either it’s simply using too much power or more than likely your power wires are shorted somewhere.
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