a long time ago there was a function ethernet_server_two_port() provided by module_ethernet, to have 2 ethernet ports interacting as a kind of hub/switch.
Can I do something similar with the newest "lib_ethernet"?
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/** Dual MII port MAC/ethernet server. * * This function provides both MII layer and MAC layer functionality. * It runs in 7 threads and communicates to clients over the channel array * parameters. * * \param mii1 The first mii interface resources that the * server will connect to * \param mii2 The second mii interface resources that the * server will connect to * \param mac_address The mac_address the server will use. * This should be a two-word array that stores the * 6-byte macaddr in a little endian manner (so * reinterpreting the array as a char array is as * one would expect) * \param rx An array of chanends to connect to clients of * the server who wish to receive packets. * \param num_rx The number of clients connected to the rx array * \param tx An array of chanends to connect to clients of * the server who wish to transmit packets. * \param num_tx The number of clients connected to the txx array * \param smi1 An optional parameter of resources to connect * to the first PHY (via SMI) to check when the link * is up. * \param smi2 An optional parameter of resources to connect * to a second PHY (via SMI) to check when the link * is up. * \param connect_status An optional parameter of a channel that is * signalled when the link goes up or down * (requires the smi parameter to be supplied). * * The clients connected via the rx/tx channels can communicate with the * server using the APIs found in ethernet_rx_client.h and ethernet_tx_client.h * * If the smi and connect_status parameters are supplied then the * connect_status channel will output when the link goes up or down. * The channel will output a zero byte, followed by the status (1 for up, * 0 for down), followed by a zero byte, followed by an END control token., * * The following code snippet is an example of how to receive this update: * * \verbatim * (void) inuchar(connect_status); * new_status = inuchar(c); * (void) inuchar(c, 0); * (void) inct(c); * \endverbatim **/ void ethernet_server_two_port(mii_interface_t &mii1, mii_interface_t &mii2, chanend rx, int num_rx, chanend tx, int num_tx, smi_interface_t &?smi1, smi_interface_t &?smi2, chanend ?connect_status, CLIENT_INTERFACE(configInterface, iConfigFilter), CLIENT_INTERFACE(configInterface, iConfigRx), CLIENT_INTERFACE(configInterface, iConfigTx));