A PicoTCP demo app testing the ethernet throughput on the lpc1768 mbed board.
This is a demo application, using the PicoTCP socket API, to show the performance of a TCP sender towards an endpoint connected via Ethernet.
This application runs on the NXP LPC1768 mbed board.
This demo should give you following output on the mbed lpc1768's serial port:
>>> Welcome 2 PicoTCP <<< ip=192.168.100.1 - will connect to 192.168.100.2:4404 in 5 seconds... PicoTCP Benchmark starting... Opening socket... tb> Connection established with server. tb> TCPSIZ written tb> Called shutdown() tb> Transmitted 10485760 bytes in 6704 milliseconds tb> average write throughput 12512 kbit/sec tb> Socket closed. Exit normally.
On the receiving side (e.g. linux computer) you could receive the packets sent by PicoTCP with netcat - e.g.:
ifconfig eth0 192.168.100.2 nc -l -p 4404 > /dev/null
|1:83d13ed71a38||2013-05-17||daniele||Converted to APP|
|0:b3aca3c27ab6||2013-05-17||tass||Initial commit of PicoTCP demo app testing the ethernet throughput on the lpc1768 mbed board.|