i need help please! how can i port the Serial bridge application for winc1500 to update the firmware! i use an STM32f407
the Serial bridge application is in attachments
The Wi-Fi standard uses an assortment of security calculations to guarantee a safe associate amongst stations and access focuses. The present calculations being utilizes are: WEP, WPA/WPA2 and WPA Enterprise WEP/Wired Equivalent Privacy - Oldest security calculation utilized for Wi-Fi systems. Superseded by WPA and WPA2. WPA and WPA 2/Wi-Fi ensured get to - Newer standard that executed a few security changes over WEP. WPA2 settled a few issues introduce in the first WPA calculation. Some of the time alluded to as WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK WPA Enterprise-Version of the WPA calculation that uses a validation server to confirm gadgets that need to associate with a system. Some of the time alluded to as WPA 802.1x
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Here the steps:
- download the ASF package here: http://www.microchip.com/...ftware-framework-(asf)
- extract the tools and all subfolders from common/components/wifi/winc1500/firmware_update_project/firmware
- put all the tools (with their paths) in a high level folder (e.g. c:\firmware); the folder must not have spaces in its name
- connect a serial to USB converter to your PC and to the WiFi module (please note: for me this was the critical step: I used an integrated serial port and a Prolific converter and it didn't work; when I switched to an FTDI converter it all went good)
- be sure you have the converter drivers and that the serial port is present in Devices manager
- run a command prompt with administrator privileges
- set the folder where you put all the tools as the current folder
- run "download_all.bat UART SAMD21 3A0 0 0" (with no quotes)
- wait for the tool to finish
I'm not sure that all of the above steps are needed, I just described the steps I followed in order to get the job done.
If you want I can post the tool output, or I can attach the tools extracted from the ASF package; just let me know if you need them.
Hope this helps.
I took this comment from MICROCHIP forum.. the fw upgrade via debug UART is not host dependent.
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