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STM32 tcp/ip lwip over Wifi

Question asked by lowpowermcu on Jun 4, 2014
Latest reply on Jun 5, 2014 by lowpowermcu
Hi all,

I am looking for wireless tcp/ip solutions using STM32 and on ST's site I have only found STM32 with LWIP stack using wired ethernet.
I have looked alos on Wifi modules available in the net and I have made the choice to use modules without tcp/ip stack inside (the stack is available on host MCU). For instance, the SN8000 module provided by Murata.
Link: http://www.murata-ws.com/products/spec_sheet.php?type=SN8000%202.4GHz%20Wi-Fi%20802.11b/g/n&record=10

Now that I have made the hardware choice (SN8000) I am not sure if it is possible to port LWIP stack to Wifi. Isn't it? At first glance, I have only to change the low layer driver. Is that true?
What makes me confused is that some references on web speak about wifi stack. What does that mean?

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