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This application report illustrates the use of the Ethernet driver with two demonstrations, both with lightweight IP (lwIP) integrated, which is a widely used open-source TCP/IP stack designed for embedded systems. The demos run on TI Hercules™Arm®Cortex®-R MCUs for functional safety. The driver code generation with the TI HALCoGen tool, the port of lwIP and the design of lwIP integration are explained. Finally, the test setup, build process and results are provided in the document.