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The structure type 'wiced_ip_address_t' is defined in 'wiced_tcip.h', but this file include 'wiced_network.h', in which, 'wiced_ip_address_t' is defined again. 😅 This will trigger the type redifination under C99.
So, if you include 'wiced_network.h', and forward delclare 'wiced_ip_address_t' in it, why 'typedef' it again in 'wiced_tcpip.h‘????
I have checked the file "wiced_network.h" which is located at --> \43xxx_Wi Fi\WICED\network\NoNS\WWD\wiced_network.h. I cannot see any structure named as 'wiced_ip_address_t'. Correct me, if I am wrong, but can you check again in "wiced_network.h" file for the same structure and let us know?