LCD working on the iMCU7100EVB board. Not with the standard LCD-commands from Bascom-8051, but with the routines I wrote before for the 80C535, changed I2c-writes to direct-Port2-writes. Serial working on 115200 baud. After the $baud command in Bascom-8051 had to change two non-standard registers. TL1 = &HFC and TH1 = &HFC This I found in the Keil C sources on the CD, it is a bit different then in the datasheets of the W7100 for 115200 baud. And toggle of three LEDs worked before. Now the basic functions of the board are working I can start creating a W7100.INC file for all registers on the W7100 chip, and start trying to get the first PINGs working.
Have noticed that working with the WizISP in combination with Bascom-8051 is very handy. Keep the switch [BOOT] ON, keep the WizISP program running on the background, every time you compile the Bascom-code with a new HEX-file as result, WizISP will prompt you that there is an updated version of the HEX-file “This file has been modificated outside of the source editor. Do you want to reload it?”, and will update it’s buffer. You only have to press Reset on the board, to get it in BOOT-mode again, connect to COM1 or COM2 and press Auto in the WizISP-program. The new hex-file is loaded in the W7100 chip, gets verified and the board starts to run automatically. Almost as easy as AVRISP programming on the AVR-chips.