2.2 Connecting the DSTREAM unit
You must connect the DSTREAM unit to your host computer and to the target hardware using the appropriate cables and connector.
Before setting up the DSTREAM hardware, ensure that you have
all the relevant items that comprise the DSTREAM product kit.
the host computer to the DSTREAM unit as shown in the following
figure, using either the USB port or a TCP/IP network connection,
If you are connecting
using the USB port, connect one end of the supplied USB cable to
a USB port on the host computer, and the other end of the cable
to the USB port on the DSTREAM unit.
The USB drivers are installed with the debug host software.
If you are connecting across an Ethernet network,
connect the Ethernet port of the DSTREAM unit to a socket for the
Ethernet network using the supplied RJ-45 Ethernet cable.
- If you are using a cross-over cable (not supplied),
connect one end of the cable to the Ethernet port of the host computer,
and the other end to the Ethernet port of the DSTREAM unit.
Figure 2-1 Connecting the DSTREAM hardware
Connect the DSTREAM unit to the target hardware,
using the appropriate debug or trace cables:
- Connect one end of the supplied 100-way cable to the DSTREAM
unit, and connect the other end of the cable to the probe unit.
- Connect the target hardware to the probe using the
appropriate cables and connector.
All connectors are keyed to prevent incorrect connections.
Power-up the target hardware and power-up the DSTREAM
Configure the IP address on a debug hardware unit
using the installed ConfigIP utility. This enables you to access
your unit by Ethernet. (You do not have to do this if you are using
a USB connection).