BoxServer
Connectivity Software

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Overview

Features

Description

Debug Scenarios


Overview

Utilize the BoxServer connectivity software to enhance the control and interaction of debug sessions, for small or large projects, even when developers are in different geographical locations. BoxServer connectivity software used in conjunction with the BoxView IDE  debugger; it provides the flexibility and scalability necessary to promote the cost effective use of your hardware and software resources.

BoxServer connectivity software enables effective and efficient debugging for multiple DSP targets, multiple users and/or remote users. This multi-core, multi-device debugging capability allows users to start/stop/single-step selected devices simultaneously. Access to multiple devices is provided from single or multiple workstations via TCP/IP connection.


 

Features

BoxServer Features:

Scalability and Flexibility:

  • BoxServer allows for the simultaneous access from multiple BoxView debuggers over any TCP/IP network
  • Options for both small and large organizations: 
    - Single user, single DSP 
    - Single user, multiple DSPs 
    - Remote user, single/multiple DSPs 
    - Multiple users, single/multiple DSPs

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Remote Access and Convenience:

  • For projects distributed over different buildings, cities, countries, TCP/IP connection is the only requirement to allow remote access to specific DSP resources.
  •  Internet or direct PPP connection is an easy and convenient solution for unexpected support call or midnight debugging session from engineer's home

Description

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BoxServer connectivity software is used when debugging target configurations with multiple DSPs. Simultaneous access to the processors from the BoxView debugger is controlled by BoxServer. In addition, BoxServer allows the optional connecting of remote debuggers over a TCP/IP network. Control of the target DSPs is synchronized with a single edge of the JTAG clock.

BoxServer allows for the simultaneous access from multiple BoxView IDE Debuggers over any TCP/IP network.   BoxServer is shipped with    BoxView IDE

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Using the BoxView debugger software, selected devices can be started, stopped, and single stepped synchronously; this is accomplished by parallel execution of the JTAG debug commands. BoxServer's graphical user interface displays target and emulator description information as well as session state and user connectivity definition. In addition, each session's start and stop time is displayed.

 


 

Debug Scenarios

 

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      Multiple Remote Users, Single Board

BoxView IDE  with BoxServer efficiently handle a debug session for multiple users in different geographical locations requiring access to a single board. Each engineer, individually uses BoxView for debugging. Remote access for each debug session, via TCP/IP, is managed by BoxServer.

 

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     Multiple Remote Users, Multiple Boards

BoxView IDE with BoxServer solve the problem of control when two engineers need access to multiple DSPs. Each engineer, individually uses BoxView for debugging. Remote access for each debug session, via TCP/IP, is managed by BoxServer. In addition, BoxServer controls multiple emulators.

 

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   Synchronous Debugging of Daisy-chain Devices

Utilize the handy QUAD-JTAG adapter, BoxView IDE and BoxServer when simultaneous control of multiple devices is required. Multiple BoxView IDE debug sessions are used; the devices are daisy-chained together using the QUAD-JTAG adapter. Remote access for each debug session, via TCP/IP, is managed by BoxServer. The engineer can run/halt/single step the devices synchronously as well as individually through BoxView IDE.


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