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DMH SNMP Agent on Texas-Instruments TI-RTOS SimpleLink Platforms

DMH Advanced SNMP-Agent SDK is available for the various Texas-Instruments TI MCU Platforms. Specifically the TI Wireless/IoT SimpleLink systems. All SNMP versions are fully supported: SNMPv1, SNMPv2c and the full SNMPv3.

 

DMH SNMP-Agent is fully integrated with the TI SimpleLink MCU C software platform: TI-RTOS kernel, and the TI-RTOS/TCP-IP (IPv4, IPv6) Protocol Stack. The Agent is available as a Source Code SDK, and as a Binary SDK.

 

The SimpleLink platform offers the broadest portfolio of differentiated wired and wireless ARM MCUs with a single development environment that delivers flexible hardware, software and tool options for customers developing Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications.

With the DMH Advanced SNMP-Agent on TI Wireless systems you can manage Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices by the industry standard, SNMP protocol.

The TI SimpleLink platform consists of TI-RTOS kernel, and the TI-RTOS/TCP-IP Stack. It is designed for real-time embedded systems. Systems include the CC3xxx family with built-in single-chip MCU and WiFi connectivity. This family is created for the of Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices.

Please see more information about TI SimpleLink platforms here SimpleLink Platforms. For testing and verification, DMH used the IAR and TI ARM C/C++ compilers. We built the SNMP-agent for the TI ARM SimpleLink platform using the SimpleLink SDK with TI-RTOS OS and TCP-IP Stack.

In the integration project, we built and tested the SNMP-Agent on the TI SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 LaunchPad The CC3200 wireless microcontroller ARM Cortex-M4. For software tools we used IAR ARM Embedded Workbench (8.11.1), and the TI CSS (7.1) with the TI ARM C Compiler.

The SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 LaunchPad development kit is an evaluation development board for the CC3200 wireless microcontroller (MCU), the industry's first single-chip programmable MCU with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity.