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  1. HI @spirili, i have to routers in my lan that can provide DHCP, maybe that's causing the problems? Thanks, Ofer.
  2. Ahhh... yeah I use CCS with TI's proprietary compiler
  3. hi @@spirilis, when i use the debug i only use the basic example code.
  4. The DHCP server keeps on changing every reset: DHCP lease information: 54550 seconds, DHCPserver = DHCP lease information: 54550 seconds, DHCPserver = DHCP lease information: 54550 seconds, DHCPserver =
  5. thanks @@spirilis, I got the debug working: Beginning: Waiting for PHY: PHY up dhcp_loop_configure(): Sending DHCPDISCOVER dhcp_send_packet(): Our MAC = 00:08:DC:04:03:00 dhcp_loop_configure(): Waiting for DHCPOFFER dhcp_loop_configure(): Packet received dhcp_loop_configure(): SrcPort = 67, PktLen = 548, RXrecv = 556 dhcp_r
  6. Hi @@spirilis, First I want to say that your DHCP lib is awesome! But some times it doesn't work and i dont know why, plus i had to loose all the wiznet_debug stuff couse this did not work for me (most likely i don't know how to use it) Other then that i did'nt change a thing in your code and my own code starts after i get the IP address. Do you have any idea why this happens? P.S. i see that i get an IP address in the Router but after a second it disappear. Thanks a lot, Ofer.
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    @@SixSixSevenSeven method worked but is there a better way to do this? maybe a buffer or a CMOS transistor? Thanks, Ofer.
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    Thanks to all ill try and post back.
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    hi @@roadrunner84, I tried using the enable pin but i see that it only stops the conversion from 3.3 to 5 volts so the output to the load is 3.3 volts. maybe im using it wrong, do you know of a way to connect it so the enable pin would shut down the output voltage? thanks, Ofer.
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    thanks @@SixSixSevenSeven i will try it, although i would have prefer a software based solution.
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    Hi all, I have an msp-exp430g2, my power supply is from USB and i have another unit (LMR61428) that convert 3.3 volt to 5 volt. I need this conversion unit to work only when I need. if i connect it to the VCC pin, it works all the time. Ive tried to connect it to an I/O pin that I can program to be on and off but the current output from the I/O pins is to low. Is there anyway to program the VCC pins on and off? or to increase the current output of the I/O ports? P.S. i tried to build an electronic switch with a bi-poler transistor but i couldnt make it work Thanks, Ofe
  12. hi biza, define an Array: samples[3] and then : ADC10CTL0 &= ~ENC; while (ADC10CTL1 & BUSY); ADC10SA = (unsigned int)samples; ADC10CTL0 |= ENC + ADC10SC; // ENC = enable conversion, ADC10SC = Sampling and conversion start __bis_SR_register(CPUOFF + GIE); // LPM0, ADC10_ISR will force exit In the interrupt: #pragma vector=ADC10_VECTOR __interrupt void ADC10_ISR(void) { __bic_SR_register_on_exit(CPUOFF); // Clear CPUOFF bit from 0(SR) } and just read the values of samples[0..3] Hope this helps.
  13. Hi @@RobG Is their a way to add DHCP to the project? I read in one of your posts that the MSP430G2553 does't have enough memory, is their a way around it? Thanks for all your help, Ofer.
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