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Alain_Zins
Beginner
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I would like to develop a device with an Arria 10 with an Ethernet connection.
I read in your document " A new TCP/IP stack is planned for a future release of Intel® Quartus® Prime Design Suite" to replace NicheStack TCP/IP stack.
When this new stack will be available?
Or, where can I find it if it is ready?
Thanks

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aikeu
Employee
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Hi Alain_Zins,


The info I get is as below:

"NiosV will have the new stack I believe in 22.1 It is an opensource license, I believe apache."


Thanks.

Regards,

Aik Eu




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Kenny_Tan
Moderator
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Hi.


Is this related to HPS ethernet?


Thanks


Alain_Zins
Beginner
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Hi,

 

I already used HPS Ethernet connection with a Cyclon V and Arria 10 but now, I would like to develop a new device without HPS.

So, I want to add an Ethernet link into my FPGA.

I read into Intel document “A new TCP/IP stack  will replace the NicheStack TCP/IP”.

My questions:

Is the new stack ready?

Where can I get it?

Does the new stack request a license such as NicheStack?

If it isn't ready yet. When can I expect to get it?

 

Best regards

aikeu
Employee
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Hi Alain_Zins,


I think can refer to this link regarding your questions:

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/programmable/support-resources/design-examples/horiz...


Thanks.

Regards,

Aik Eu


Alain_Zins
Beginner
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Hello

 

This link doesn't answer to my question. This link is the reason of my question!  

This link mentions! 

"The NicheStack TCP/IP Stack software and driver package are discontinued starting with Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition software version 21.3 and Intel Quartus Prime Standard Edition software version 21.1. A new TCP/IP stack is planned for a future release of Intel Quartus Prime Design Suite."

 

So, my question is always:

When the new TCP/IP stack is scheduled?

Which kind of license will be required?

Regards

Alain

aikeu
Employee
349 Views

Hi Alain_Zins,


The info I get is as below:

"NiosV will have the new stack I believe in 22.1 It is an opensource license, I believe apache."


Thanks.

Regards,

Aik Eu




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