Ethernet bootloader

In the topboard information a USB/Ethernet bootlodaer was mentioned (D21G topboard) how do I get my device to bootloead via ethernet ?

 

Shane van Jaarsveldt
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Asked on 12/5/17, 10:51 AM
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I suspect the GSM option will not work based on the size of the drivers required. In a previosu project, we rewrote the bootloader for a PIC32, to also check for a local file in SD and had a function to download the file in pieces during nromal operation and assemble it when ready. Then we woudl remotely reboot the device and if the checksums all matched - it flashed itslef from the SD. It was a HUGE amount of work and does work really well .... perhaps we need to see what the demand is?

Shane van Jaarsveldt
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Answered on 12/5/17, 4:36 PM
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Is also posible to get the device Bootloaded via GSM?

(This is a question I tried to ask before, but I have not Karma at all... please vote me ;-) 

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Answered on 12/5/17, 3:53 PM
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