Week Seven

This is my seventh week as an intern at Aeste Works. This week was about figuring out which part of my USB CDC ECM code interfaces between the host and device in sending and receiving network packets so that I could integrate the lwIP TCP/IP stack later on. There are Read more…

Week 2 in 2019

Nothing much to be said for this week. I attempted to implement based on what Dr Shawn suggested to me last week, i.e storing the public and private key pairs in the database, so that the private key could be reused for subsequent certificate renewals. This relies on the user Read more…

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Week Six

This is week six of my internship at Aeste Works. After configuring the company’s board to enumerate successfully on a Windows environment, it was time to configure it on Linux. On Windows, the usb drivers loads according to the Vendor ID and Product ID which was for Microchip’s USB CDC Read more…

Connecting Wishbone switches

I continued to work on the Wishbone switch throughout the week. First of all, I added some additional signal ports to the Wishbone switch I created last week. Those additional signals were described as follows, based on the Wishbone specification. MASTER signals SEL_O: It denoted the location of valid data. Read more…

A tale of a Wishbone switch

I was working on a Wishbone switch in this week. The switch would be able to pass data to either the downstream or the I/O device from the upstream. To design a Wishbone switch, it was crucial to understand all signals present in Wishbone. I would describe some Wishbone signals Read more…

Week Five

This is week five of my internship at Aeste Works. To move forward to what I have to do to implement USB CDC ECM class for ethernet over usb, I’d have to first migrate the USB CDC ACM demo from the PIC32MX which I had been working on last week Read more…

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A Year in Aeste

I’ve finally implemented the base functionalities of the project, and tested that everything works as expected. The only thing that I have left hanging in the dark is finding out how to get the automatic installation of client certificates into browser working. Nevertheless, the application is almost ready to be Read more…

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Week Four

This is my fourth week as an Intern at Aeste Works. My main target this week was to configure the PIC32MX microcontroller as a Universal Serial Bus Communications Class Device that utilizes theĀ Ethernet Networking Control Model (ECM) in allowing the exchange of Ethernet-framed data between device and host. The first Read more…