I'm currently using lwip 1.2.0, which
does work (well, I do have a problem, but I'll open another thread for that).
Now I tried upgrading to 1.3.0 (for auto-IP support). Basically, it
works, but when sending TCP data, sometimes a bunch of garbage data is
inserted. When I look at it with Wireshark, I see an additional TCP segment
that contains 125 bytes of garbage data. Afterwards, the stream
continues normally. When running the same test app several times, this sometimes
happens and sometimes doesn't. I'm using the socket interface. This
only happens with 1.3.0. I don't really know how to go on to find out
where this comes from. Maybe someone could give me a hint? If you are not the intended addressee, please inform us immediately that you have received this e-mail in error, and delete it. We thank you for your cooperation.