We do not offer a single-board product with dual Ethernet interfaces. However, have you considered the possibility of using an SBC6713e in conjunction with an inexpensive four-port Ethernet switch? This would provide port expansion for approximately $30 USD.
We have already consider that option, but it does not fit with our requirements, because the purpose is to have one ethernet line only for real time data using UDP in a controlled way and without collisions at MAC level and the second ethernet line for housekeeping data using TCP and without worries about collisions at MAC level or retransmissions at TCP level.
What about using some of your non stand-alone boards like the duet card?.
Is it feasible and frienly programmably to have a DUET card in a cPCI rack where there are also two ethernet cPCI cards controlled from the DUET card.?
Unfortunately, it sounds like we do not have a turnkey solution for your application in our current product line. While you could mount a third-party dual ethernet adapter such as the Advantech MIC-3661D PMC module on the Duet, the drivers supplied with that third-party module module are not written for the 6416 DSP used on the Duet. The same problem exists for our other PMC -based carriers, such as the Quixote and Quadia. Custom drivers would need to be developed - a time consuming task.
Perhaps you could consider using two SBC6713e boards, interconnected to one another via FPDP. The FPDP link is a dedicated 200 MB/sec bidirectional link. This would allow the two C6713 DSPs to communication with high-bandwidth and low latency. One of the SBCs could communicate via TCP/IP and the other via UDP. Our German distributor (GBM) has modified the Sbc6713e firmware to support communications via UDP, so this approach is feasible, albeit via an architecture different than you originally planned.
What's the best way to hook up and xbox 360 and ps3 using ethernet cables?
I have 1 ethernet wire running from my router to my xbox 360 which is about 30ft away. (I know the ps3 has wireless but it's rather slow.) So i'm wondering how to hook up both without running another 30ft ethernet cable.
Purchase the least-expensive 100 Mb four-port switch that features jumbo frame support that you can find online. Install that switch near the PS3 and XBOX and attach standard network cables between the XBOX and PS4 and the switch. Use the existing 30' run to attach the switch to the router.