Easynet: NETWORK STATUS: LINK DOWN

nascmanascma Posts: 4
edited 2019-09-17 - 07:19:02 in Propeller 1
Hello ParallaxForum,

We are still completely new to this forum.
After we managed the EASYFILE problem with the help of Peter Jakacki,
we get NETWORK STATUS: LINK DOWN after BUILDING EASYNET with the follwing steps
1 - Load EEPROM with kernel (TACHYON5r4.SPIN with PropellerTool (5MHZ))
2 - Paste EXTEND.FTH
( SYSTEM REBOOTS WHEN DONE )
3 - FORGET TOOLS (HIT THE ENTER TWICE)
4 - Paste EASYFILE.FTH (&27.24.26.25 SDPINS ( SD8 ))
5 - RECLAIM
6 - Paste EASYNET.FTH (&17.20.19.18 WIZPINS ( P8 ))
7 - Paste FTP.FTH
8 - Paste HTTP.FTH

The complete output after reset of the board is:
Propeller .:.:--TACHYON--:.:. Forth V5r4 NEON 540181011.1000
CODE:$5218 = 20504 bytes
NAME:$5518 = 7912 bytes
DATA:$794C = 1084 bytes
FREE: = 768 bytes
Data Stack (0)

CARD: SU08G SD03.80 #77E9.E903 2010/1 !C0FF.80AF 1,623us
FAT: #5C98.7460 MSWIN4.1 IOT5500 FAT32 7,944,011,776 bytes (32kB clusters)

CARD: SU08G SD03.80 #77E9.E903 2010/1 !C0FF.80AF 1,623us
FAT: #5C98.7460 MSWIN4.1 IOT5500 FAT32 7,944,011,776 bytes (32kB clusters)

*** Tachyon Forth EASYNET Network Servers and EASYFILE File Server ***


NETWORK STATUS:
LINK DOWN
HARDWARE: WIZnet W5500 V4
SRC IP &192.168.1.124
MASK &255.255.255.0
GATEWAY &192.168.1.1
MAC 02.FF.C5.24.6C.54.
SKT HH:MM:SS MODE PORT DEST TXRD TXWR RXRD RXWR RXSZ IR STATUS IP ADDR
#1 00:00:02 TCP 21 0 0000.0000.0000.0000.0000. 00 14 14 &0.0.0.0
#3 00:00:02 TCP 10001 0 0000.0000.0000.0000.0000. 00 14 14 &0.0.0.0
#4 00:00:02 TCP 80 0 0000.0000.0000.0000.0000. 00 14 14 &0.0.0.0

* Servers running *

...


Does anyone have an idea to get rid of that problem?

Best regards from Germany.

Comments

  • Peter JakackiPeter Jakacki Posts: 8,854
    edited 2019-09-17 - 15:21:02
    Link status is solely a function of the W5500 chip itself and reflected in its link status LEDs. As long as your device is plugged in to the network, the lights will blink accordingly and the link status will be reported.

    BTW, you can RECLAIM again after everything is loaded to free up some more memory.
  • I get you status when re-power with the serial plug still connected.
    So remove the prop plug, an do power cycle.
  • It seems to solve the problem.
    I get
    LINK *UP*
    now.
    Thank you very much.
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