so I saw the using the EZI2C Slave (SCB mode) [v4.0], it is possible to have a secondary slave address. I was wondering if it was possible to have the same "secondary salve address" when using a regular I2C (SCB mode) [v4.0] block. I looked for information, but could not find what I wanted.
In regular I2C we do not have a direct "Secondary slave address". Can you please explain your application a little bit?
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Thanks for the reply, basically I'd like to have on the same slave 2 different addresses for the master to call. The thing is that I'd like those 2 addresses to access 2 different buffers on my slave (like you can do with the EZI2C module). I know I can have "2 addresses" by changing the slave address mask, but if I do that the buffer to be read is still the same with both address. Is there a way I can have a similar behavior as EZI2C where I can define the buffers for certain address calls?