[En-Nut-Discussion] TCP Test Framework needed
Thiago A. Corrêa
thiago.correa at gmail.com
Wed Jan 13 02:26:15 CET 2010
Hmmm I remember seeing such a think at freshmeat.net
So, I guess there are tools like that for Linux at least.
There is a DM9000 both ARM dependent and a device independent
implementation at nut/dev
We could perhaps device an API for device independent drivers to
support DMA, and have it abstract the ARCH dependent code, much like
it's done in Linux.
If you could use the device independent driver this way, we could
deprecate the one at arch/arm/dev
Thiago A. Correa
On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 6:50 PM, Ulrich Prinz <uprinz2 at netscape.net> wrote:
> I'd like to modify the SAM7x and DM9000 drivers to be some more
> powerfull on the low end side. I do not change upper layers as there is
> Harald and other working on actually.
> But with the EIR there is very low CPU power left due to lot's of
> memcpy. So DMA should be a good solution.
> To test my modifications I need sort of a test-framework. I have netcat
> and wireshark but what I need is sort of an app, that sends predefined
> packets of configurable length and well defined content. App could be
> linux or windows, doesn't matter. Idea is to send packets including a
> checksum that is recalculated on the ARM side to verify.
> Second function of that app should be to verify received packets against
> the predefined ones or recalculate the checksum too.
> If such a small beast exists, pleas tell me, otherwise I'd have to write
> one my self.
> Best regards, and a successfull and happy new year to all on the mailing
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