I'm using MQX 3.7 with CW for MCU 10.1 over a M54455EVB.
Is there any way to bind a shell to a socket? I mean to use a shell, as defined in the shell_test example, with a manually created socket.
Any example will be welcomed.
The C:\Program Files\Freescale\Freescale MQX 3.7\rtcs\examples\shell example has shell capability.
Once you load the example and run, then using the shell/UART interface you can configure the M54455EVB network parameters.
I made a "small" network from laptop to M54455EVB.
I set my laptop Ethernet port to a static IP (192.168.1.1) and then on the M54455EVB I setup it up as follows:
shell> help <-- the UART is the upper connection on back of M54455EVB
shell> ipconfig 0 init <-- initializes the Eth0 which is the port closes to bottom of M54455EVB
shell> ipconfig 0 staticip 192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0
shell> ping 192.168.1.1 <-- to see that I could ping the laptop from M54455EVB
shell> telnetd start <-- to start the telnet server on M54455EVB
On the PC:
Start-->Run then type "cmd".
At shell prompt, I type "telnet 192.168.1.2" <-- this opens a telnet session
Hope this helps.
Thank you DavidS,
But my question was oriented to a socket creation case. (Create Socket -> Bind Port -> Listen -> Wait for event...) I will try the Telnet solution. Thanks, again.
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