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UDB Multicast

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Hi --

I have a WF32. I can get it connected and do point to point UDP just fine.

I need to receive a multicast UDP stream from a PC. I got this working on a WiFi Flyport (openpicus.com) but the PIC was underpowered...

Does DNETcK/DWIFIcK support multicast and if so are there examples available??

 

Thanks

Bill

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Hi Bill,

I'm not sure if the libraries support multicast or not; I'll ask some of our applications engineers about it. They'll get back to you here on the forum.

Thanks,
JColvin

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Still waiting to hear...

Was going to try DEIPcK/DEWFcK but I get errors just trying to compile the UDPEchoServer example in MPIDE.

It will compile in Arduino.ChipKit core, but get an error if I try and use USE_WEP2_KEY .

 

Thanks

Bill

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Hi Bill,

I have re-asked our applications team to find out from them what the verdict is.

I apologize for the delay.

Thank you for your time,
JColvin

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Hi Bill,

I got a response from the appropriate engineer and learned the following:

I know fundamentally the underlying code supports it, but I don’t know if I provided an API interface for it. In short, I think the C functions at the deIP support it, but I don’t think I exposed it through the DEIPcK C++ class.

Unfortunately, KeithV doesn't have the time at the moment to be able to create the API support for it and I personally don't have the skill set to be able to create it either, so I'll ask around to see if somebody is able to create the API, but it may be a long time in coming.

I'm sorry I couldn't be of more help.

Thanks,
JColvin

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