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How to use STM discovery board as external Debugger

Akshay_
Associate II

I have F407G Disc1 board where it has the SWD ports and I want use this board as a standalone external debugger and I went through the manual for the connections but got stuck
Also found a thread in stack exchange where the connections are given as below

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Where are the pins PA13 and PA14 in SWD here?
It would be really helpful if the name of the respective pins be given here

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Pavel A.
Evangelist III

Get ST-LINKv3, do yourself a favor.

Akshay_
Associate II

I want to know it with V2 
Can you answer it if possible

AScha.3
Chief II

See the circuit of your board :

https://www.st.com/en/evaluation-tools/stm32f4discovery.html#cad-resources

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Akshay_
Associate II

Is port 1 PA13
We have 6 pins here, what does each pin signify here?

Uwe Bonnes
Principal III

An easy test is when you have two similar board, best with different CPUs to see the difference. disconnect the jumper on one board and connect SWD pind 1-4  to the other board ST-Link connector. Keep the orientation. No one board should see the other cpu.