When I run one responder and one initiator in CLI mode with the precompiled hex files, the diagnostic mode does not work properly. I initially initialize the initiator with the simple command “initf,” and on the responder side, I run “diag 1” and “respf.” After approximately one hundred blocks, the terminal of the responder crashes, and I receive erroneous messages.
However, if I run the diagnostic mode on the initiator, it works fine. I really need to understand why this happens and how to fix it, as I want to extract CIRs from the responder side.
Please verify if you can reproduce the error! Thanks a lot!
I could not reproduce your error.
Using precompiled hex file, I could reach 1000 blocks and still working.
Hi @Wassim_Qorvo, that was a silly mistake of me, the script I ran on the responder was actually my custom code. I found out that the module crashes because of a malloc error when I try to read the CIR. Now it works properly. I still have some questions regarding the CIA processing in multi-node mode.
Given 2 or more responders and one inititator, is there any good way to access the CIRs of each 2-way channel and form a channel matrix? My idea is to read the CIRs at the responders, but I think the channel is not reciprocal, hence it makes not too much sense in doing that. Do you have any suggestions?