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1 Introduction to design for test techniques – A micro web server TAP controller © J. M. Martins Ferreira - University of Porto (FEUP / DEEC)1 A micro web server TAP controller application J. M. Martins Ferreira FEUP / DEEC - Rua Dr. Roberto Frias Porto - PORTUGAL Tel / Fax: /

2 Introduction to design for test techniques – A micro web server TAP controller © J. M. Martins Ferreira - University of Porto (FEUP / DEEC)2 Objectives To enable the students to write real test programs in SVF and to execute online To provide a tool for test program validation To facilitate hands-on sessions with real 1149.X hardware

3 Introduction to design for test techniques – A micro web server TAP controller © J. M. Martins Ferreira - University of Porto (FEUP / DEEC)3 Outline The test setup –The micro web server board –IP address and connections The MWS-TAP application –Set IP address and connect –The SVF test program –Example

4 Introduction to design for test techniques – A micro web server TAP controller © J. M. Martins Ferreira - University of Porto (FEUP / DEEC)4 Setup: The MWS board The micro web server TAP controller application uses a DSTINIm400 networked microcontroller evaluation board (Maxim-Dallas) The current prototype controls one BS chain

5 Introduction to design for test techniques – A micro web server TAP controller © J. M. Martins Ferreira - University of Porto (FEUP / DEEC)5 MWS board: the JTAG pins TMSTCKTDOTDI

6 Introduction to design for test techniques – A micro web server TAP controller © J. M. Martins Ferreira - University of Porto (FEUP / DEEC)6 Setup: IP and connections Use the MWS RS232C connector and the MTK tool to program a valid IP address into the micro web server board Use FTP to load the server application into the MWS board and Telnet to launch the server process

7 Introduction to design for test techniques – A micro web server TAP controller © J. M. Martins Ferreira - University of Porto (FEUP / DEEC)7 Set up (cont.) If the current IP of the MWS is known, a quicker set up procedure is possible: –Connect the card directly to a computer using a regular LAN cable and telnet to its IP address –Set up the new IP address (cuts the current connection if in different subnets), e.g. ipconfig -a m g –Set the current IP of the computer to the same subnet and reconnect (or use the LAN)

8 Introduction to design for test techniques – A micro web server TAP controller © J. M. Martins Ferreira - University of Porto (FEUP / DEEC)8 MWS-TAP – set IP and connect

9 Introduction to design for test techniques – A micro web server TAP controller © J. M. Martins Ferreira - University of Porto (FEUP / DEEC)9 MWS-TAP – Open / write a new SVF test program

10 Introduction to design for test techniques – A micro web server TAP controller © J. M. Martins Ferreira - University of Porto (FEUP / DEEC)10 MWS-TAP – Example (demo board leds)


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