I've been investigating, but not testing, several Ethernet adapter shields, originally designed for Arduino. I'm not brave enough to start modifying existing shields and writing drivers for the Netduino platform, although I have designed an Ethernet port for the Atmel AVR32 UC3A processor. That hardware uses the National Semiconductor DP83848C PhyLayer chip and works well with drivers provided by Atmel.
Does anyone have some experience or suggestions about what Ethernet shields or dev platforms are available for Netduino, and sources of drivers?
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Gordon MinnsMember Since 23 Sep 2010
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