CLI Configuration Tool Tutorial # 3
The basic command format for single device configuration is as follows.
'-d' is a device selection option and the parameter is the MAC address of the device to be set.
You can see the available options with the -h/--help option.
- Refer to previous tutorial: How to use CLI Config
These are some examples about setting single device.
Use the --baud0 option to set the serial baud rate.
Since WIZ750SR is a 1 port device, use '--baud0' option of Channel #0 Options.
To set the baud rate to 9600, set the following:
When the setting is completed, you can check the configuration result with the message.
To set static IP, you need the following information may be:
- IP address
- Subnet mask
- DNS (optional)
And the options for these settings are:
You can set like this.
You can change the operation mode to client mode and test by changing the remote IP and port according to your host PC environment.
A description of the operating mode of WIZ750SR can be found here:
WIZ750SR operation mode.
When operating in the Client mode, you could set up the remote IP and port information as well, because it requires the server information to be connected.
The required option setting information is as follows.
And you can use the above option to set it as follows.
Remote IP & port should be set according to the environment.
You can get firmware file from below links.
You must use App Boot firmware file when doing this.
When do firmware upload, need TCP connection with the device to send Firmware file.
So first, use -m/--multiset option for set IP address to the same network-band as host.
If your host IP address is '192.168.50.80', you can set like this.
The parameter can be set to the random IP that not used.
If the firmware file is in the project directory, just enter the file name.
Otherwise, enter the full path.