Connecting to the Debug Interface
The debug interface provides a USB serial port. This serial port can be used to gain access to the Linux system console, the U-boot bootloader, and the boot process log.
- Phillips screwdriver
- Standard USB Micro B cable
To connect the debug cable:
- Disconnect power to the Conduit, if it is connected.
- At the front of the Conduit housing, remove the screw that secures the MultiTech nameplate to the housing.
- Locate the USB debug cable connector in the center of the opening.
- Connect the USB Micro B cable to the debug connector.
- Connect the Type A end of the USB cable to the host. Power up the device.
- From the host, use an application such as TeraTerm with a baud rate of 115,200.
If the USB driver does not automatically install, do the following:
- Unplug the USB cable.
- Click this link to download and install the appropriate Windows USB driver for EXAR xr21b1411:
- Plug the USB cable back into the housing.
- From the host, access the Conduit’s USB COM port.