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Connect ME Plug'n'Play FW configuration

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I have Connect ME DC-ME-01T-C device which I upgraded with latest Plug'n'Play FW POST found on the Digi support pages and called 82000867_H.bin.

Since I'm novice using these devices, I understood after reading user guide, it could be possible to configure these devices e.g. with web browser. However, device doesn't respond on port 80 over HTTP. Only which responds is FTP on port 21. Device discovery SW doesn't find my module. I see in Wireshark analysis how device gets IP address correctly. I'm able to ping it also.

Do I miss something elementary?
Am I only able to configure unit via serial interface?
asked Apr 6, 2020 in Plug N' Play by phy123 New to the Community (6 points)

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Part#DC-ME-01T-C the C is the version which you use with NET+OS to customize your software. The plugNPlay version of the ConnectME is Part#DC-ME-01T-S.
If the unit is getting an ipaddress but you can't see it with the Discovery tool, is possible that the unit still has the NET+OS in flash. One way of checking is if you put a serial cable on Console port of ConnectME can you see anything come up on the hyperterminal, you have to give it a few minutes. If you were looking for the PlugNPlay I would purchase this Part#DC-ME-01T-S, the PlugNPlay uses ADDP which is what Discovery Tool uses to find units on the network.
answered Apr 6, 2020 by Campbell Veteran of the Digi Community (990 points)
selected May 4, 2020 by phy123
>ok, kit I have, but no debugger HW. Is that true I cannot even buy debugger HW as a spare part?
Digi does not sell a JTAG debugger separately as it would violate our agreement with SEGGER
You can buy J-link directly from Segger https://www.segger.com/products/debug-probes/j-link/models/j-link-base/
This one will probably work, but we cannot guarantee it. IT costs $378, while the entire kit from us including the debugger is under $200

Download and use file utility for windows:

C:\Downloads\file-windows-20170108>file image.elf
image.elf: ELF 32-bit MSB executable, ARM, version 1 (ARM), statically linked, not stripped

Thanks LeonidM.
Maybe there is something regarding the kit I don't understand. When I check the content of this kit linked above, https://www.digistore.com/DC_ME_9210_NET_p/dc-me-9210-net.htm, that is the kit I have, I can't see it contains the JTAG debugger. In my kit I have exactly the same content as in that kit. Can you advice again?

Does this kit support newer modules given here above, like dc-me-y401-c and dc-me-y402-c?
Yes, the kit has JTAG debugger and supports new and old modules both ME and ME9210 and also WiME and WiME9210
The info on the page https://www.digistore.com/DC_ME_9210_NET_p/dc-me-9210-net.htm is not correct, by not listing JTAG. They have copied it from a Linux kit. I will have it corrected.
Debugger and ME JTAG module received. Now all works smoothly with ME JTAG module. Thanks LeonidM for your support.
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