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µTasker general / fnParameterPost
« on: October 18, 2011, 08:35:14 PM »
Hi Mark,

Do you have any documentation on how tu use fnParameterPost ?


µTasker general / Re: telnet timeout
« on: October 15, 2011, 04:25:43 PM »
Hi Mark,

I changed to add the parameter.
I need it for testing purpose.


µTasker general / telnet timeout
« on: October 14, 2011, 10:44:02 AM »
Hi Mark,

I want to have telnet without timeout

I set telnet_timeout to 0xffff to cancel the timeout but it did nothing.

I didn't find where it is used?

I saw a line
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       Telnet_socket = fnStartTelnet(temp_pars->temp_parameters.usTelnetPort, (2*60), 0, 0, fnTELNETListener);   // 2 minute inactivity timeout
Can I change there to use telnet_timeout instead (2*60) ?


µTasker general / 1UserFiles.bin
« on: October 11, 2011, 02:54:58 PM »
Hello Mark,

When using the 1UserFiles.bin for web interface, the file is loaded at address corresponding to the '1' : what about the address of the '0' file, it is not used ?
Why don't loading at 0UserFiles.bin ? (and changing fnActivateEmbeddedUserFiles to look at it)


µTasker general / _BOOT_LOADER_ASSEMBLER
« on: March 21, 2011, 10:57:03 AM »
Hi Mark,

What is the use of _BOOT_LOADER_ASSEMBLER in .\Applications\uTaskerBoot\config.h


NXPTM LPC2XXX and LPC17XX / Re: LPC17XX Release
« on: March 14, 2011, 08:54:58 AM »
Hi Mark,

Only trying to compile on Keil I got the following message :
LCD.c: Error:  #5: cannot open source input file "..\LCD.c": No such file or directory

It look like some filepath are not updated. (C:\uTasker_lpc17xx_V0.0\uTasker\uGLCDLIB\LCD.c ...)
There is no file CGLCD.c but only GLCD.c in uGLCDLIB
There is no file OLED.c
There is no file  spi_flash_lpc17xx_atmel.h
There is no file  spi_flash_lpc17xx_sst25.h
There is no file  spi_flash_lpc17xx_stmicro.h


µTasker general / Re: fnAddARP
« on: February 11, 2011, 04:53:49 PM »

Sorry I didn't correctly explained.
At this time I thought I had to call fnAddARP() before fnSendUDP().
From your last post I understood that after calling fnSendUDP() I will get an ARP_RESOLUTION_FAILED that I could use to then call fnAddARP().

My last post was only a project, trying to do what I want.


µTasker general / Re: fnAddARP
« on: February 11, 2011, 04:22:53 PM »
Hi Mark,

Thanks for your explanations.
Let's suppose I have boards installed at customer plant with a correct IP Mapping.
The network administrator wants to change the network mapping for administration purpose (or move the board to another part of the location with a different subnet)
I want to make a tool which could located all my boards even if they are not in the correct subnet (so I can access then remotely)

I saw they can listen my broadcast.

To reply to it, if fnSendUDP() returns ARP_RESOLUTION_FAILED, I want to force the ARP table with the {IP,MAC} couple; then try again to reply.

At this time I only know the IP address, and I do need the MAC also to fill in the ARP table. No?


µTasker general / Re: fnAddARP
« on: February 11, 2011, 12:06:38 PM »
Thanks Mark,

It looks normal, but if I want to reply to every broadcast discovery message (detected by my specific protocol); Do I only have to add the fnAddARP() function before sending my reply?

At this time(inside fnUDPListner) I know the IP of the sender but no more it's  MAC address, how can I recover this MAC address ?


µTasker general / fnAddARP
« on: February 10, 2011, 01:39:32 PM »
Hi Mark,

When I send a UDP broadcast from a network IP outside my board mask, it can be read but not replied : It was not added into the arp table.
Is it absolutely necessary to not include the broadcast sender ip ?


µTasker general / What about multicast
« on: February 09, 2011, 10:21:16 AM »
Hi all,

On my PC I send an UDP broadcast to find all board connected to the network.
Each board reply with its own IP address (and some other information).
It works fine on a local network; but I had to do the same on a more complex network with routers, so I plan to replace the UDP Broadcast with a UDP Multicast Broadcast.
Does anybody has information on how to configure my board to accept this multicast and join the multicast group ?


« on: February 01, 2011, 04:01:06 PM »
Hello Mark,

Your are using a define for Mass Storage (MJBC_DEVELOP_MASS_STORAGE), does this means that we couldn't have both CDC and Mass Storage at the same time ?


« on: January 11, 2011, 10:18:36 AM »
Hi Mark,

On the file config.h there is this line
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    #define DEVICE_WITHOUT_USB                                           // LPC23XX doesn't support USB yet
Does this means that the version 1.4 doesn't support the slave USB ?

µTasker general / Re: Slow Telnet
« on: December 06, 2010, 12:52:50 PM »
Hi Mark,

I made a record where the telnet output looks normal : in fact the frames are also cut in differents small parts.

My problem is not coming from this cutout...

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M_Badge -> Status = MS_VALID

Mardi 07/12/10  07:41:44    Rapport de debug :

tabDebug[0]:    ID=W(57)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[1]:    ID=A(41)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[2]:    ID=E(45)        cptError=0      dureeMax=13
tabDebug[3]:    ID=T(54)        cptError=0      dureeMax=3
tabDebug[4]:    ID=a(61)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[5]:    ID=m(6d)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[6]:    ID=d(64)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[7]:    ID=S(53)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[8]:    ID=p(70)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[9]:    ID=G(47)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[10]:   ID=y(79)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[11]:   ID=e(65)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[12]:   ID=r(72)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[13]:   ID=v(76)        cptError=0      dureeMax=97
tabDebug[14]:   ID=f(66)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1
tabDebug[15]:   ID=b(62)        cptError=0      dureeMax=50
tabDebug[16]:   ID=x(78)        cptError=0      dureeMax=3
tabDebug[17]:   ID=R(52)        cptError=0      dureeMax=9
tabDebug[18]:   ID=C(43)        cptError=0      dureeMax=1

tabSequence[C, W, A, E, T, a, m, d, S, p, G, y, e, r, v, f, b, x, R, C, W, A, E, T, a, m, d, S, p, G, y, e, r, v, f, b, x, R, C, W, A, E, T, a, m, d, S, p, G, y, e, r, v, f, b, x, R, C, W, A, E, T, a, m, d, S, p, G, y, e, r, v, f, b, x, R, C, W, A, E, T, a, m, d, S, p, G, y, e, r, v, f, b, x, R, C, W, A, E, T, a, m, d, S, p, G, y, e, r, v, f, b, x, R, C, W, A, E, T, a, m, d, S, p, G, y, e, r, ]

pupitre : badge=00275516  pupitre : etat=0

For example the date is displayed through a call to a function
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void showDate(void)
        case 1 : fnDebugMsg("Dimanche "); break;
        case 2 : fnDebugMsg("Lundi "); break;
        case 3 : fnDebugMsg("Mardi "); break;
        case 4 : fnDebugMsg("Mercredi "); break;
        case 5 : fnDebugMsg("Jeudi "); break;
        case 6 : fnDebugMsg("Vendredi "); break;
        case 7 : fnDebugMsg("Samedi "); break;

    fnDebugMsg("  ");
Between each call to a fnDebug function the buffer is sent ?

µTasker general / Re: Slow Telnet
« on: December 02, 2010, 02:06:56 PM »
Hi Mark,

In case you got some idea I send you a part of the wireshark's record. Use filter :ip.addr ==
(The referred change has been made)

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