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TCPIP1_0bRelease - Blackfin Speedway Workshop Lab 3 TCP/IP...

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Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to show the necessary steps in creating a TCP/IP based application. In addition to implementing the TCP/IP stack, the user will also learn the steps necessary to create boot code, initialize the memory controller, and boot the board independent of the software tools. These lessons will be useful for when a designer creates their own board and at sometime wants to create his/her own boot image. Page 2 of 11
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TCP/IP LwIP for ADSP-BF537 EZ-KIT Lite TM This example uses the TCP/IP framework provided with VisualDSP++ for Ethernet applications to setup a pingable client-server application. The 1 st phase of this project is to setup the hardware: STEPS : 1) Plug the USB Debug Agent into the ADSP-BF537 EZ-KIT Lite board and into a free USB port on your PC. Plug in the included AC adapter and power on the board. 2) Plug the supplied EIA/TIA 568-B.2 cross-over cable into the RJ45 ports of both the ADSP-BF537 EZ-KIT Lite and your PC. 3) You must give your network card a specific IP address for this lab to work. Go to “ Start->Settings->Network Connections ” and right-click on “ Local Area Connection ” and select “ Disable ” to shut down the connection and avoid your PC trying to continuously connect to the board before the application is loaded. Right-click again and select “ Properties… ”. Select the “ Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) ” item and click Properties . Click “ Use the following IP address ” and enter the following: IP address: 192.168.0.3 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Default gateway: 1.1.1.1 Click OK to close the TCP/IP Properties window. Click Close to close the Local Area Connection Properties window. Now that the PC and EZ-KIT are properly configured, the 2 nd phase is to create, build, and load the TCP/IP application via the USB Debug Agent to the BF537 EZ-KIT Lite. 4) Launch VisualDSP++ using the desktop shortcut and open a “BF537 EZ- KIT Lite via Debug Agent” session. If there are any projects open in your active IDDE session, right-click the “Project Group” in your Project window on the left and select “ Close All Projects ”. Click Yes in response to any pop-up windows. 5) Right-click the empty “Project Group” and select “ Add New Project… Page 3 of 11
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This will invoke the New Project Wizard. Give your project a name and use the “c:\speedway\Lab3” directory to save your newly created project. Under “ Project types ”, select “ TCP/IP Stack application using LwIP and VDK ”. Click Next-> . In the pop-up, click Yes to create the directory. 6) On the next screen, select the ADSP-BF537 as your Processor type. Use the “ Automatic ” silicon revision. Leave the Project output type as Executable file ”. Click Next-> . 7) In the “
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course ECE 3551 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at FIT.

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