wolfSSL is delighted to announce that we have added support for the Renesas RZ/N2L. Renesas RZ/N2L uses a high-performance Arm Cortex-R52 core to easily add network functionality to industrial equipment and machines. The RZ/N2L is supported by an open and flexible ecosystem concept – the Flexible Software Package (FSP), built on FreeRTOS – and is expandable to use other RTOS and middleware.
As part of wolfSSL’s port to support the Renesas RZ/N2L board we have added example TLS client and server applications which demonstrate wolfSSL usage. These examples are compiled with e2Studio and run on the target board. The example applications for Renesas RZ/N2L with Renesas IDE e2studio project files are provided in the wolfSSL package, inside the “IDE/Renesas/e2studio/RZN2L” directory. A detailed instruction manual is also included to help you easily get started with wolfSSL on the platform.
These sample applications also leverage the Renesas Secure IP (RSIP), which enables cryptographic hardware acceleration. Currently wolfSSL supports the following Renesas RSIP crypto acceleration algorithms:
The current version of the Renesas RSIP driver does not yet include API’s for TLS-related functionality. Therefore, wolfSSL’s usage of RSIP currently only uses hash and random generation while used inside TLS connections.