[SOLVED] Ozone Feature Request: Telnet ports for additional RTT channels

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  • [SOLVED] Ozone Feature Request: Telnet ports for additional RTT channels

    Ozone 2.7.0a on Linux x64

    My STM32 application uses RTT to print debug messages on RTT channel 0.

    Additionally, I want to use RTT channel 1 to output real-time current and voltage samples from a control loop.

    It would be nice, if Ozone could just open additional telnet ports for these RTT channels,
    for example on port 19021 + Channel-ID

    Ozone already seems to fetch the additional channels.. at least the RdOff value is updated constantly.

    Or is there any other way to get data from additional channels to my own application without buying the SDK?

    The post was edited 2 times, last by thomask77 ().

  • Bonus question:

    When you say "telnet", do you really mean TELNET according to RFC 854?

    Raw TCP sockets would be far better for binary data (no telnet IAC escape character handling, etc.).

    If it really is RFC 854, an option to turn that off would be nice.
  • Hi,
    Thank you for your inquiry and sorry for the delay in response.


    thomask77 wrote:

    Bonus question:

    When you say "telnet", do you really mean TELNET according to RFC 854?
    We are opening a raw TCP Socket.

    thomask77 wrote:

    It would be nice, if Ozone could just open additional telnet ports for these RTT channels,
    for example on port 19021 + Channel-ID
    Our telnet implementation only supports channel 0.

    thomask77 wrote:

    Or is there any other way to get data from additional channels to my own application without buying the SDK
    You can get the RTT data from other channels by using the J-Link SDK.

    Do you have any further questions?

    Best regards,
    Fabian
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