IPC@CHIP® RTOS-PPC – API Documentation

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CHIP.INI [UDPCFG]


[UDPCFG]
LEVEL=mask

Defines the supported functions of the configuration server.

LEVEL is a bit mask. Each bit represents one function. Setting the resp. bit to 1 enables the function, setting it to 0 disables the function. The bit assignment is as follows:
  • Bit 0: Detection of the IPC@CHIP® on the network
  • Bit 1: IP configuration
  • Bit 2: Password protection for IP configuration (see here)
  • Bit 3: Reserved for future use
  • Bit 4: Programming of flash (RTOS update)
  • Bit 5: Password protection for programming of flash (see here)
  • Bit 6: Disable transmission of Hello answers via PPP connections
  • Bits 7-14: Reserved for future use
  • Bit 15: This bit can be set to start the server without any function enabled. This could be useful if you want to set from an application at run-time.

    If the configuration level is set to 0x00, the configuration server task will not be started at all.
Default:
If safe mode is off, the default value is 0x0013. If safe mode is on, the default value is 0x8000.
Example:
This would allow detection on the network and IP configuration, but no RTOS update.
 [UDPCFG]
 LEVEL=0x3
Since:
SC2x3 V1.00


[UDPCFG]
PRIO=priority

Defines the task priority of the configuration server (CFGS). Legal values are in the range 2-127.
Default:
Default is 30.
Example:
 [UDPCFG]
 PRIO=30
Since:
SC2x3 V1.00


[UDPCFG]
IPCFG_PASSWORD=password

Sets the password for IP configuration of the IPC@CHIP® via the configuration server. The password must consist of up to 16 printable non-whitespace characters. Password protection must be enabled by setting the respective bit in the configuration level.
Default:
No default.
Example:
 [UDPCFG]
 IPCFG_PASSWORD=abc123
Since:
SC2x3 V1.00


[UDPCFG]
FLASH_PASSWORD=password

Sets the password for flash programming of the IPC@CHIP® via the configuration server. The password must consist of up to 16 printable non-whitespace characters. Password protection must be enabled by setting the respective bit in the configuration level.
Default:
No default.
Example:
 [UDPCFG]
 FLASH_PASSWORD=abc123
Since:
SC2x3 V1.00





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