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USB Blaster remote setup

Altera_Forum
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I'm trying to remotely connect to the jtag server to program a DE-5 board. 

 

Netstat in the server shows me this 

 

tcp 0 0 *:1309 *:* LISTEN 

 

 

But when I run the  

jtagconfig --addserver server_name password 

in the local machine 

it prompts nothing but when I run jtagconfig later, it shows me 

Remote server server_name: Unable to connect. 

 

I ran jtag --foreground --debug  

on n the local machine and got the follwing output 

 

madushan@electron:~$ jtagd --foreground --debug 

JTAG daemon started 

Using config file /etc/jtagd/jtagd.conf 

Remote JTAG permitted when password set 

No USB device change detection because libudev.so.0 not found 

Can't bind to TCP port 1309 - exiting 

 

once again tried a telnet and result, 

madushan@electron:~$ telnet server_name 1309 

Trying 129.252.131.52... 

Connected to server_name. 

Escape character is '^]'. 

Connection closed by foreign host. 

 

I would really appreciate somebody could help me with this. 

 

Thanks
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CapChimiChangas
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Hi,

First, you are missing libudev and libusb in your system.

 

Also : "Remote JTAG permitted when password set " 

 

You need to set a password.

 

Regards,

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CapChimiChangas
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One more thing if your network is secure and your lab has no external access, do the following:

AS root on the machine with access to your device, run

jtagd 

 

then immediately

jtaconfig --enable-remote password_of_your_choice

 

You can now use Quartus to connect remotely and program and debug via JTAG on your device.

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