Do I need to have a TCP/IP stack running on the host platform in order to work with CC3000?
No. CC3000 already contains the TCP/IP stack inside. All you need to do is to develop your own network application on top of CC3000 host driver.
I want to know how i can use the DNS and ARP protocol. I want bind a name to my CC3000,but i can not find the API founction,please help me ! thank you !~
We support a DNS client so given a name you can get an IP address of the server, by using gethostbyname API.
The ARP is a regular ARP protocol and there are no API's there for operating it.
Can you please elaborate what do you want to do with ARP?
thank you ! I just want to bind a name to my CC3000.so i can connect to the CC3000 which i care ,by name ignore it's IP, when i setting three or more CC3000 use DHCP at the same timecon.
For the ARP i do not need CC3000 to provide API function, i will run it on commputer ,for example arp -a. but this means is complicated
I think that the best way in this case is to use CC3000 as clients and connect to server side.
Oh,let me have a try,thank you a lot .
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