Yeah I was suspecting the RAM being the problem too, but the official spec says it supports SSL so I still want to give it a try. Plus it 's also low cost.
About FEZ Cobra II, I saw that there are two models: Eco (which doesn’t have an ethernet onboard) and Net. So I guess if I want to use ethernet on Eco, it would require an additional ethernet module right?
I just came across a pure C# .NET 1.0 (that’s actually good) library that implements SSL and TLS. These are the required libraries for doing secure HTTPS. I was toying with the idea of adding it to mIP. The library is here:
The license appears to be permissive to commercial and non-commercial use.
The fact that it is for .NET 1.0 would make it an easier port to .NET MF. I looked at a few of the cs files and there are some that will require absolutely zero changes. Others look to use some System namespace methods that might be missing. My guess is that it would take at most 100K of extra program flash (probably less than 40k), which the Cerbuino NET has.