Socket Echo Server
The sockets/echo sample application for Zephyr implements an IPv4 TCP echo server using a BSD Sockets compatible API. The purpose of this sample is to show how it’s possible to develop a sockets application portable to both POSIX and Zephyr. As such, it is kept minimal and supports only IPv4 and TCP.
The source code for this sample application can be found at: samples/net/sockets/echo.
or, a board with hardware networking
Building and Running
Build the Zephyr version of the sockets/echo application like this:
west build -b <board_to_use> samples/net/sockets/echo
After the sample starts, it expects connections at 192.0.2.1, port 4242. The easiest way to connect is:
$ telnet 192.0.2.1 4242
After a connection is made, the application will echo back any line sent to it. The application implements a single-threaded server using blocking sockets, and thus can serve only one client connection at time. After the current client disconnects, the next connection can proceed.
Running application on POSIX Host
The same application source code can be built for a POSIX system, e.g. Linux. (Note: if you look at the source, you will see that the code is the same except the header files are different for Zephyr vs POSIX.)
To build for a host POSIX OS:
$ make -f Makefile.posix
$ telnet 127.0.0.1 4242
As can be seen, the behavior of the application is the same as the Zephyr version.
Running on cc3220sf_launchxl
See the note on Provisioning and Fast Connect in CC3220SF LaunchXL.
After having connected to an Access Point using the sample Wi-Fi shell, the IP address will be printed to the console upon running this echo application.
Proceed to test as above.