Configuring the Lauterbach Trace32 In-Circuit Debugger

Next, you need to configure the Lauterbach debugger so you can use it with the QNX Momentics IDE.
To configure the Lauterbach debugger:
  1. Choose an IP address (from your local network's DHCP server) for the JTAG debugger.
    Contact your system Administrator if you require assistance. Later, you'll also need to specify this IP address in the Lauterbach Trace32 In-Circuit Debugger configuration file.
  2. Add the IP address to the Windows ARP cache. To do this step, open a command prompt and type arp -s ip_addr mac_addr
    • ip_addr is the IP address you obtained from your local DHCP server
    • mac_addr is the address printed on a sticker on the back side of the PODBUS Ethernet Controller (e.g., 00-C0-8A-80-42-23)
  3. Open the configuration file called config.t32, located in either the default C:\T32\ location or the installation location you specified earlier.
  4. Edit the line NODE=ip-addr to use your DHCP server-obtained IP address.
  5. Add the following line to the end of the config.t32 file:
    Note: Be sure to include a blank line before the first line, after the last line, and between each of the existing lines.
Now, your Lauterbach Trace32 In-Circuit Debugger is connected to the target hardware.