I am trying to test it out now. When I run the rftest (after building it) I get a '.' output every second or so. I don't get any errors or anything.
So then I thought id follow the wireshark guide to check packet output. I have a transmitter to generate packets. Regardless of getting the channel correctly, whether I dump to a pcap file or pipe to wireshark I end up getting a "protocol 230 unknown" error. So it seems like the global pcap header identifies the protocol as 230, which wireshark does not recognize.
Have you or anyone else seen this error before? I'm just trying to test things out without tampering with the FW first since it was pre-flashed.
On May 1, 2011 4:56 PM, "Mariano Alvira" <mar-spmBQXUuMhI@public.gmane.org
> On Sun, May 01, 2011 at 03:35:10PM -0400, George Nychis wrote:
>> I received my EconoTAG r3 in the mail! I had it come pre-configured
>> with the firmware.
>> I followed the instructions on the MC1322x page, but there was
>> something I was wondering. The guide keeps mentioning that there are
>> two UARTs, which I also notice in dmesg when plugging in the device:
>> [ 1330.662176] usb 1-1: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 3
>> [ 1331.128560] ftdi_sio 1-1:1.0: FTDI USB Serial Device converter detected
>> [ 1331.128641] usb 1-1: Detected FT2232H
>> [ 1331.128659] usb 1-1: Number of endpoints 2
>> [ 1331.128676] usb 1-1: Endpoint 1 MaxPacketSize 512
>> [ 1331.128693] usb 1-1: Endpoint 2 MaxPacketSize 512
>> [ 1331.128709] usb 1-1: Setting MaxPacketSize 512
>> [ 1331.132098] usb 1-1: FTDI USB Serial Device converter now attached to ttyUSB0
>> [ 1331.135432] ftdi_sio 1-1:1.1: FTDI USB Serial Device converter detected
>> [ 1331.135502] usb 1-1: Detected FT2232H
>> [ 1331.135520] usb 1-1: Number of endpoints 2
>> [ 1331.135537] usb 1-1: Endpoint 1 MaxPacketSize 512
>> [ 1331.135554] usb 1-1: Endpoint 2 MaxPacketSize 512
>> [ 1331.135570] usb 1-1: Setting MaxPacketSize 512
>> [ 1331.141882] usb 1-1: FTDI USB Serial Device converter now attached to ttyUSB1
>> The guide says "you must make sure you are using the correct serial
>> device." and that UART1 is usually the second serial device. So, is
>> the second serial device the one I always want to use? It doesn't say
>> that the second is always the "correct serial device" explicitly, so I
>> just want to make sure I understand this.
> Try the second device (/dev/ttyUSB1) and see if it works; it probably
> Also, I can see that it will work since /dev/ttyUSB1 got mapped to the
> second usb device (1-1:1.1 instead of 1-1:1.0).
> The assignment of the names is done by udev and so it depends on your
> distribution. It's been the second one on everything that I've tried
> (except for Mac OSX which uses the serial numbers, but even then it
> has been the second serial number).