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2009\05\05@064028 by Xiaofan Chen

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On Tue, May 5, 2009 at 6:35 PM,  <spam_OUTpic.listTakeThisOuTspamgmx.ch> wrote:
> is there a way to access ICD2 over an ethernet connection for remote debugging/programming?
>
> my idea was to use a serial server (ethernet to serial converter box) connected to the ICD2.
> on the PC, there is a comport emulation running, which allows to access the remote serial port (on the serial server) as if it was a local serial port.
>
> unfortunately, i was not able to connect to this remote ICD2.
>
> did anyone have success in doing so or is there another way to access an ICD2 over ethernet?
>
> thanx!
> tino
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2009\05\05@070041 by peter green

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> did anyone have success in doing so or is there another way to access an ICD2 over ethernet?
>  
Have you considered running the mplab on the machine connected to the
ICD2 and controlling it through remote desktop or VNC?
Does it absoloutely have to be over ethernet and what are the distances
involved? I wonder if you could extend the serial link to the ICD2 by
converting it to RS-422 (e.g. you have two RS-232 to RS-422 converters,
one at the ICD2 end and one at the PC end, then properly terminated
twisted pair linking them)

2009\05\05@071453 by Jan-Erik Soderholm

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If the ICD2 uses "clean" serial/RS232 communication, and the
emulations tools fully support the same, I see no reason
it should work. Have been able to verify the serial extension
link using some other serial device on the remote end ?



peter green wrote:
>
>> did anyone have success in doing so or is there another way to access an ICD2 over ethernet?
>>  
> Have you considered running the mplab on the machine connected to the
> ICD2 and controlling it through remote desktop or VNC?
> Does it absoloutely have to be over ethernet and what are the distances
> involved? I wonder if you could extend the serial link to the ICD2 by
> converting it to RS-422 (e.g. you have two RS-232 to RS-422 converters,
> one at the ICD2 end and one at the PC end, then properly terminated
> twisted pair linking them)

2009\05\05@073204 by pic.list

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using any other device at the far end works.
i think the icd2 connection is not really according to standards, as it requires serial fifos to be disabled.
i think there might be the problem. using an ethernet connection in between the serial transmission has impact on timing...

the idea of connecting the icd2 over ethernet is to get the target out of the lab for doing tests in the real working environment, without the need to get a pc there too.
as ethernet is available everywhere in the building, this could be done with minimum effort.


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2009\05\05@075558 by Jan-Erik Soderholm

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pic.list@gmx.ch wrote:

> using any other device at the far end works.

OK.

> ...as it requires serial fifos to be disabled.

Seems as a possible problem. A remote serial port will
most probably not have the same timing characteristics.

> the idea of connecting the icd2 over ethernet is to get the
> target out of the lab for doing tests in the real working environment,
> without the need to get a pc there too.

Well, if you are going to take an ICD2 with you, you could
just as well grab a laptop also. Or is the plan to leave the
ICD2 "out in the wild" and return to the lab to do the work ?

2009\05\13@094221 by Nicola Perotto

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> On Tue, May 5, 2009 at 6:35 PM,  <.....pic.listKILLspamspam.....gmx.ch> wrote:
>  
>> is there a way to access ICD2 over an ethernet connection for remote debugging/programming?
>>
>>    

Exists some software solutions:
http://www.usb-over-ethernet.com/
and
http://www.fabulatech.com/usb-over-network.html (also for linux)
Not tried with ICD2...


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