Information on the module guide itself and the associated resources and known issues are available here.
The NetX™ Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is a lightweight protocol designed for file transfers. Unlike more robust protocols, TFTP does not perform extensive error-checking and can have limited performance due to its stop-and-wait protocol. After a TFTP data packet is sent, the sender waits for an ACK to be returned by the recipient. Although this process is simple, it does limit the overall TFTP throughput. The TFTP package enables hosts to use the TFTP protocol over IP networks.
Note: Except for internal processing, the NetX Duo™ TFTP Server is identical to the NetX TFTP when performing application setup and running a TFTP session.
The module supports the following features:
- The NetX Server TFTP module is compliant with RFC 1350 and related RFCs.
- Module provides high-level APIs for:
- Creating and deleting a TFTP Server
- Starting and stopping the TFTP Server task thread
The module guide is targeted for SSP 1.2.0 and above and the SK-S7G2 Kit.
The most recent versions of the module guide application note, application project and import guide are available here.
Module Guide Resources
The Express Logic User Manual for the NetX and NetX Duo TFTP Server is available from the X-Ware Component Documents for Renesas Synergy zip file located at the bottom of the web page here.
Many NetX and NetX Duo related application projects are available from the Renesas web site. A few examples are listed below.
- NetX™ Duo DHCP Client Module Guide- Application Project here.
- NetX™ Duo FTP Server Module Guide- Application Project here.
- NetX™ Duo NAT Module Guide- Application Project here.
- NetX™ and NetX™ Duo Auto IP Module Guide- Application Project here.
To find ALL available NetX related module guides, simply search for "NetX Module Guide Synergy" on the Renesas web site search bar, and specify Application Notes in the document type Search Results filter, like this.
You can similarly search for Net Duo related module guides, like this.
- Refer to the SSP release notes for known issues, available here.