|Version 3 (modified by 12 years ago) ( diff ),|
The CRKit packet format is as shown in Figure 1. Host must conform to this specification to enable board level communication.
The packet consists of following headers :
UDP is used for Host <-> CRKit communication e.g. RMAP read/write, status and data transmission.
At this point, fragmentation/reassembly at IP level is not yet supported. We may include this feature in the future. Note that the IP packet size must be 46-1500 bytes e.g. size of ethernet payload. Hence, max. UDP payload is 1500 - 20 (IP header) - 8 (UDP header) = 1472 bytes.
Furthermore, additional header information is added into the payload region for user specific control information :
Some sample packet configurations :