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#ifndef NET_IF_H
#define NET_IF_H
* Send uip_len bytes from uip_buf to the network interface selected by the
* configNETWORK_INTERFACE_TO_USE constant (defined in FreeRTOSConfig.h).
void vNetifTx( void );
* Receive bytes from the network interface selected by the
* configNETWORK_INTERFACE_TO_USE constant (defined in FreeRTOSConfig.h). The
* bytes are placed in uip_buf. The number of bytes copied into uip_buf is
* returned.
unsigned portBASE_TYPE uxNetifRx( void );
* Prepare a packet capture session. This will print out all the network
* interfaces available, and the one actually used is set by the
* configNETWORK_INTERFACE_TO_USE constant that is defined in
* FreeRTOSConfig.h. */
portBASE_TYPE xNetifInit( void );
#endif /* NET_IF_H */