Has anyone ever used the built-in Ethernet capability of the Due's chip?

According to the Arduino Due specs (Smart | Connected | Secure | Microchip Technology), it has built-in hardware-based Ethernet capability, with no external shield or anything. Has anyone tried it or gotten it to work?

The datasheet, pgs. 1242-1309, also explains it. It has 10/100Mbps speeds.

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You can do it with some modification of the Due board, since not all of the necessary Ethernet pins on the chip are connected on the Due board. There has been some discussion of this on the Due sub-forum. Search should find it.

Hey thanks. I've moved the discussion down there. I wasn't aware of a special Due sub-forum. :slight_smile:
A quick Google search just keeps coming up with Wiznet 5100 and 5200 ethernet shield results....or even a special Due clone with a Wiznet 5100 on the board, but nothing yet about the Ethernet built-in to the Due's mcu.

Here's the new discussion place. We'll see what comes up there: http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=347794.0