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Nx_Iperf_A7 unable run TCP test both client/server and UDP client on STM32MP135F-DK

ravo
Associate III

Hello I just tried tu run Nx_Iperf_A7 demo

As in readme I fellow-up all steps

1) DDR_Init_A7 done (blue LED blinks)

2) Nx_Iperf_A7 demo - compiled, and stared debug... and running code

In terminal I got only "Nx Iperf application started.." but no info about IP address, etc. no more logs... Is it normal ? Must I to set something more to view them ?

I setup with static IP address 192.168.0.2 instead of using DHCP

In terminal I got only "Nx Iperf application started.." but no info about IP address, etc. no more logs... Is it normal ? Must I to set something more to view them ?

and I can only test UDP server mode (IPERF mode client)  show on picture:

ravo_0-1706771214057.png

All others variants end with connection errors...

I also read suggested IPERT documentation and setup as suggested in application readme.html at end of text. "Run the [iperf tool] by following steps described in this link https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/rtos/netx-duo/netx-duo-iperf/chapter3" But it did not helped me...

What could be wrong, or it is not supported in this demo ?

 

Thanks in advance.

Regards

Radim

 

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DBELL.1
ST Employee

Hello @ravo,

First the ethernet cable must be connected and a terminal launched.

After you load the code in DDR, and resume it, the cubeIDE won't be able to show the sources:

DBELL1_0-1707732081520.png

in a terminal windows, you should see this:

DBELL1_1-1707732182147.png

and then you can try with your favorite browser (http://IP@) thesame ip you saw in the terminal:(

DBELL1_2-1707732234065.png

then start the Jperf tool and run it

DBELL1_3-1707732333696.png

 


press start UDP transmit in the web page
and check the jperf tool:

DBELL1_4-1707732477695.png

and finally you can check everything is OK in the browser by clicking "here" in the right pan:

DBELL1_5-1707732575259.png

I hope it will help you
For the TCP transmit, you can do it with TCP selected instead of UDP in the Jperf tool.

regards
David

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DBELL.1
ST Employee

Hello @ravo,

First the ethernet cable must be connected and a terminal launched.

After you load the code in DDR, and resume it, the cubeIDE won't be able to show the sources:

DBELL1_0-1707732081520.png

in a terminal windows, you should see this:

DBELL1_1-1707732182147.png

and then you can try with your favorite browser (http://IP@) thesame ip you saw in the terminal:(

DBELL1_2-1707732234065.png

then start the Jperf tool and run it

DBELL1_3-1707732333696.png

 


press start UDP transmit in the web page
and check the jperf tool:

DBELL1_4-1707732477695.png

and finally you can check everything is OK in the browser by clicking "here" in the right pan:

DBELL1_5-1707732575259.png

I hope it will help you
For the TCP transmit, you can do it with TCP selected instead of UDP in the Jperf tool.

regards
David

Dear @DBELL.1 ,

I am doing it in same way as you wrote. But I got only response in terminal "Nx Iperf application started.." no another info...

Rj45 cable is connected to ETH1.

Regards

Radim

DBELL.1
ST Employee

Hello @ravo ,

 

 

Do you connect the ethernet cable to a DHCP server?
And I plug it before powering the board.
When I don't plug the cable, I have no info at all in the terminal.

regards

David

Dear @DBELL.1 ,

I have connected rj45 Prior to start debug.

I use DHCP server as service app in windows 10 using usb to ethernet adapter. Main PC on this adaoter has address 192.168.0.1. In his monitor tool I see that the board is connected and got assigned address 192.168.0.2.

I also tried to disable DHCP client and set static address in netxduo initialization. Then I am able to ping stm32 board and get response for ping. But in terminal window no more information.

Regards

Radim

 

 

 

DBELL.1
ST Employee

Hello @ravo ,

and then could you try to reach the application with your web browser and with http://@IP?

regards,
David

ravo
Associate III

Dear @DBELL.1 

Maybe there was problem with DHCP server application. I setup router with DHCP and the board get 192.168.1.179 address and web server is now running:

ravo_0-1707741788697.png

And now all tests are working...

Thanks... so the problem was on my side.

Radim