Please consider the compatible XNUT-105 instead!
Given the source code and hardware compatibility between XNUT-100 and XNUT-105 it should be just a matter of re-compilation to migrate your application to our XNUT-105 module which is almost identical but has a different MCU and an additional CAN port.
XNUT-100 is an Ethernet single board computer module with industrialized form-factor, DIN-rail enclosure and connectivity options like RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485 interfaces. A CAN version is available as XNUT-105.
XNUT-100 is based upon the AVR ATmega128 CPU as it's core and the free open source RTOS and TCP/IP stack Nut/OS.
|2 page datasheet of the proconX XNUT-100 module|
|Manual describing the hardware aspects of the proconX XNUT-100 module|
|Introduction to the Nut/OS operating system (July 2009)|
|AVR-GCC compiler toolchain for XNUT-100/XNUT-105 version 20060421 (recommended version, compiles most compact code)|
|Free Tftpd32 utility by Ph. Jounin|
|Libraries & Operating Systems|
|Nut/OS Windows installer version 4.4.1|
|Nut/OS source tarball (Linux/Mac OS X/Free BSD) version 4.4.1|
|TFTP Ethernet bootloader for the XNUT-100/XNUT-105 modules version 1.1|
|Board support library for the XNUT-100/XNUT-105 modules version 1.0|
|Difference between the XNUT-100 & XNUT-105 and the Ethernut 1 Hardware|
|Installation of the AVR-GCC Compiler Toolchain|
|Installation of Nut/OS 4|
|Configuration and Compilation of Nut/OS 4|
|Programming the Nut/OS httpd Example Application|
|Fuse settings for the XNUT-100 and XNUT-105 CPUs|