Member #1069

Member Since: February 5, 2006

Country: New Zealand

  • Product WRL-11047 | about 2 years ago

    Firmware: 2.32 Test PC is connected via ethernet to WiFi AP.

    I’m a bit stuck and hoping someone can tell me where I’m going wrong please.

    I’m using a USB->Serial adapter connected to the RN-XV and my benchtop supply for 3V3. No worries with any of that.

    Right now I just have TeraTerm connected to the RN-XV via serial and that works just fine. Connect to wlan, setup ssid/pass etc without problem.

    I’ve used the “Product Training” pdf from the website and get stuck when attempting to set up a bi-directional connection with the PC. Just for reference, that’s on page 36 of the training lab document.

    The situation is that I’m able to open the connection on the device but I only get one way communications; from the RN-XV to the TT instance on the PC. I don’t receive data back at the serial output of the RN-XV (even though moments before it indicated “OPEN”. i.e. I have two instances of TeraTerm open. One on COMx talking to the RN-XV (to be replaced by uC eventually), and one using TCP on port 2000. This seemed like a good test setup to familiarise myself with the device.

    So, I first thought this must be a firewall issue with outgoing data from my PC over the local network. I’ve added exceptions to the firewall for TeraTerm. I don’t think this is an AP issue either… although not convinced.

    I’m really stuck… Once the connection is open, anything I send to the RN-XV via serial is received by TT on port 2000. Anything entered on the same TT window is not received back at the RN-XV serial port.

    According to the traing pdf I should expect to see bi-directional comms going at this point.

    Any thoughts? Thanks!

  • Product WRL-10822 | about 2 years ago

    Firmware: 2.32 Test PC is connected via ethernet to WiFi AP.

    I’m a bit stuck and hoping someone can tell me where I’m going wrong please.

    I’m using a USB->Serial adapter connected to the RN-XV and my benchtop supply for 3V3. No worries with any of that.

    Right now I just have TeraTerm connected to the RN-XV via serial and that works just fine. Connect to wlan, setup ssid/pass etc without problem.

    I’ve used the “Product Training” pdf from the website and get stuck when attempting to set up a bi-directional connection with the PC. Just for reference, that’s on page 36 of the training lab document.

    The situation is that I’m able to open the connection on the device but I only get one way communications; from the RN-XV to the TT instance on the PC. I don’t receive data back at the serial output of the RN-XV (even though moments before it indicated “OPEN”. i.e. I have two instances of TeraTerm open. One on COMx talking to the RN-XV (to be replaced by uC eventually), and one using TCP on port 2000. This seemed like a good test setup to familiarise myself with the device.

    So, I first thought this must be a firewall issue with outgoing data from my PC over the local network. I’ve added exceptions to the firewall for TeraTerm. I don’t think this is an AP issue either… although not convinced.

    I’m really stuck… Once the connection is open, anything I send to the RN-XV via serial is received by TT on port 2000. Anything entered on the same TT window is not received back at the RN-XV serial port.

    According to the traing pdf I should expect to see bi-directional comms going at this point.

    Any thoughts? Thanks!

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