'netX Diagnostic and Remote Access' is a collectiv term describing the possibilities to connect host systems to a netX based target system or a remote workstation running a netX based hardware. This can be done in different ways. One of it is the connection via a standard physical interfaces like RS232, USB or Ethernet and services which transfering logical commands between host and the target (netXTransport and netXMarshaller). While the otherone offers physical access to netX51/52 internal memory using a dedicated build-in SPI interface and USB (netX serial DPM via USB).
Currently available approches:
netXTransport and netXMarshaller Both services together providing a standard diagnostic interface for netX based systems via common physical connections (serial, USB, Ethernet) in combination with standard access functions (cifX API / rcX data packages) and the possibility to use the target connection for runtime data access and data exchange between the host and the target. Where netXTransport holds the host side and netXMarshaller the traget side implementation. All netXTransport and netXMarshaller components are available in source code and portable to different operating system. The product CD includes example implementations for Windows and Linux.
netX serial DPM via USB netX51/52 offering a hardware implemented SPI to DPM (Dual-Ported Memory) access interface. This access possibility is extended by adding a FTDI-SPI to USB converter to the netX evaluation hardware which now allows to connect a netX hardwae via USB to a standard PC and without the need of a SPI controller. An application can used the known CIFX-API to communicate with the hardware. The API is available via the netXSPMUSB Windows based DLL.