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FreeRTOS LWIP LPC1769 LPCXpresso

Posted by calagan on November 20, 2012
Hi all,

My design is based on FreeRTOS+IO and FreeRTOS+CLI demo 2 functionality provided by FreeRtos.
I used it to make a socket server application (TCP server), the function is good but I want to investigate about the speed.

I monitor my "conection" with WireShark, and send data from the PC to by board. I've got a custom application which send me data (around 88 Bytes in 5 packets).

And I found that the speed is slow 2Mbits/sec.
I use the socket api.

And I would like to know how to increase this speed I know that I can expect 100Mbits/sec ( also I use a TCP server) but I'm expected around 40Mbits/sec.

Thanks for help.

RE: FreeRTOS LWIP LPC1769 LPCXpresso

Posted by Richard on November 20, 2012
Note an update to the FreeRTOS+IO code has just been released. You can download it from the existing FreeRTOS+IO featured demo web page.

The sockets interface is going to be the slowest of the three available lwIP APIs. I know there has been some discussion on the lwIP mailing list about the sockets performance, I would recommend looking in their archive.

Regards.

RE: FreeRTOS LWIP LPC1769 LPCXpresso

Posted by calagan on November 26, 2012
Ok thanks for the reply.
Maybe someone can show me how to use the netconn api, I want to make a simple tcp server.

I tried this piece of code

struct netconn *conn, *newconn;
err_t err;

/* create a connection structure */
conn = netconn_new(NETCONN_TCP);

/* bind the connection to port 2000 on any local IP address */
netconn_bind(conn, NULL, 7);

printf("Now listening\n");
/* tell the connection to listen for incoming connection requests */
netconn_listen(conn);

/* Grab new connection. */
err = netconn_accept(conn, &newconn);
printf("accepted new connection %p\n", newconn);

/* Process the new connection. */
if (err == ERR_OK)
{
struct netbuf *buf;
void *data;
u16_t len;

while ((err = netconn_recv(newconn, &buf)) == ERR_OK)
{
printf("Received data\n");
do{
netbuf_data(buf, &data, &len);
err = netconn_write(newconn, data, len, NETCONN_COPY);
if (err != ERR_OK)
printf("tcpecho: netconn_write: error \"%s\"\n", lwip_strerr(err));
}while (netbuf_next(buf) >= 0);
netbuf_delete(buf);
}

/* Close connection and discard connection identifier. */
netconn_close(newconn);
netconn_delete(newconn);
}


There is something I don't understand (sorry but I'am not familiar with tcp/ip stack) to initialize the emac driver and the lwip stack, on the example (from freeRtos) we could see :

tcpip_init( lwIPAppsInit, NULL );


Why I can't write

tcpip_init( NULL, NULL );
lwIPAppsInit();


For now this doesn't work, the server start receiving data then nothing and the data rate goes near 0bps.


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