I have a MCB1700 board and i want to control its LEDs via pc via
TCP/ip.in order to do it i used LEDswitch program but i read the help
and it suggests to use a specific windows application for control the
LEDs via LAN cable and pc.in this case the board is a server and PC
is a client.
How can i find this windows application ?
can i use command prompt window instead of windows application?if yes
please help me how to use it.
Also please give me some help for configuring my LEDswitch program
codes on my board.
Please answer my question .I left this thread 3 days ago
You created this thread way less than three days ago.
However, you did write the following thread two days ago.
No need to create new threads - you either get help or you
This isn't a payed-for-work-help forum. So no one here is getting
payed to help you. So it's all up to you and what you write, if
anyone will feel an interest in donating own time to help you.
Where is the LEDswitch app you're talking about? What
documentation, what Windows app does it mention?
I've seen other LED control apps using HTTP, which can be accessed
via a browser, others could perhaps use TELNET or SNMP.
Assume from the responses your question is either too vague or
uninteresting, pasting the same request for others to do your leg
work probably won't advance your cause.
LEDSwitch is a example project for MCB1700 and is located in
MCB1700/RL/TCPnet. Also there is another example which name is
LEDClient and in their help mentioned about tcp/ip connection between
2 mcb1700 board and mentioned about control the LEDs on mcb1700 via a
windows app.I would like to get more helps for control the leds via
PC with tcp/ip protocol.
I'm not using this, but it took a minute to read the abstract and
figure it was the "LEDSwitch Application"
It even comes with source code
Other LED examples talk to each other, and presumably you could
just write some standard Socket code on a PC and talk to things.
I very very thank you .I looked for this application ,hope i can
solve my issue.If i won't be able to solve the problem I will
negotiate with you.
Thanks a lot my darling.
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