I have seen that a WIFI Interface has been added to the CMSIS standard.
I expected it to be usable as a backend for the Middleware TCP/IP stack, but it seams not.
Is Keil planning to upgrade the TCP/IP stack to make it fully functional with this new interface or it's gonna stay a stand alone interface ? In that case how long will it take ?
I have a wifi module on top of which i wish to use the MDK TCP/IP stack. I have to decide if it makes sense to develop the CMSIS WIFI driver for this module or not.
TCP/IP stack (Network component) V7.11.0 already supports WiFi (CMSIS WiFi Driver API) interface modules that are operating in transparent mode.
Info about Network stack WiFi Interface:
Info about CMSIS WiFi Driver Bypass (transparent) mode:
You should check if your WiFi module supports transparent mode. In that case you just need the implementation of the WiFi Control and Management functions but no Socket functions (indicated also in Capabilities).
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