I have nxp lpc43s50 microprocessor and I made an ethernet connection via lan8710 and at24c02 .I know how to connect at24c02 to my microprocessor pins .However I don't know how to send codes to my processor pins and which codes to be sent.I have a folder consisting of driver and ethernet socket programs .However these code are not for nxp processors but nxp development and debugger boards.Please help me !
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I made some research and I could get the project code by using this site and downloading the codes .In Nxp folder , I opened the lpcxpresso_4337 folder and arm keil project inside of it .In addition , I changed driver codes inside the project as lan8710.h and lpc43xx. Then I saved all the changes after modifying necessary items.You dont need to use at24c02 or etc .Because this processor has already taken 1 spesific mac adress . Then you should use debugger like jplink etc. to send your code to your device .I hope this will be helpful for you.
LPC microprocessor have specific I2C and Ethernet mac pins to be programmed so firstly you should find lan8710 driver code and you found as seen from your drive.
Secondly, you should program your I2C eeprom and you have already done this.
Thirdly you should define the pin configuration as code.
Finally you should define Ethernet interface code.
Finally you will send this code to the processor pins by using JTAG or any other debugger tools.
Then connect this processor to the lan8710 and I2C eeprom. It is not so easy as seen but you can do that .I don't know too much about your codes content maybe some other person can help you.