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vrf Remote serial access as it was a local com port

Question asked by fukui.yutaka on Aug 10, 2005
Hi,


Thank you Georg. Your explanation far better than mine.


My first-name is "Yutaka" and my surname is "FUKUI".

In Japan, we call people surname first (and first-name last).

So, I am FUKUI Yutaka.

  
Regards,
FUKUI Yutaka


> Hello Kjeld,
>
> I did lots of programming with the Atmel AVR ISP 1.41 via serial port.
>
> And our friend FUKUI Yutaka (btw, what is the first name, and what the surname?) is right, when he said that you could use Agilent remote server:
>
> to do this you must first setup the server (where your ISP is serial connected)
> - Install IO Libraries  (runtime version is ok)
> - start the LAN Server (file ...program filesAgilentIO Libraries insiclland.exe)
>
> now you can access the serial ports of your server (lets say at address 192.168.1.200 or hostname 'PC1') by changing the IO-configuration of your VEE application. Select the
> Instrument you created for the serial port and enter the server address or hostname at 'Gateway'. Now you can access the servers serial ports as if they were at your local pc.
>
> Of course this serial routing is only available for SICL interfaces, therefore you have to do all your ISP communication over VEE IO. Standard COM ports (as it is used by terminal
> program or by the ISP software STK500.exe cannot be routed this way)
>
> In the future, when your serial server is replaced by a TCP to Serial interface, it should be much easier. This device will have an IP address and the windows pc, where your vee
> application should run, must run a small setup utility, that will create a virtual COM port on your pc and connects it with the TCP2Serial device.
>
> I hope I could answer some of your questions.
>
>
> best regards,
>
> Georg



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From: "Les Hammer" <Les.Hammer@CompleteTest.com>
To: "'Stan Bischof (Richard S)'" <rsb@soco.agilent.com>,
        "'VRF'" <vrf@agilent.com>
Subject: RE: [vrf] [VRF] module for ASCII to hexadezimal and ASCII to dezimal
Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 11:37:57 -0600

>> is there a module in the system for the above transformation ?

> charToInt()
> converts to an integer. decimal or hexadecimal are just display options
for that integer

Or use AsInt16 (or other) if you want to convert the ASCII number to an
integer ("14" is 14), rather than convert the internal character code (ie
"1" is 49)

Les Hammer



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