@Phildani7 -- there is a UDP libray for the LM3S6965 you have -- just look in utils -- make sure you have Stellarisware 9107. If you are using CCS5 -- anothe project is to look at SysBIOS RTOS and maybe even FreeRTOS.
I got both working on the LM3S811 -- bit of a challenge.
Once you have an RTOS -- you can look at some really serious projects.
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