J-Link Remote Server
J-Link Remote Server is a utility (available as command line or GUI application) that makes a J-Link accessible via IP, be it in the local network or from anywhere on the world.
The J-Link itself does not need to provide an Ethernet interface, USB is sufficient.
For more information on the J-Link Remote Server as well as a tutorial on how to use it, refer to the SEGGER website.
Connecting to J-Link using J-Link Remote Server
When connecting to J-Link - for example when using the J-Link Commander - in most cases, a connect string can be entered.
When connecting to a J-Link in LAN via Remote Server, the following syntax applies:
When connecting to a remote J-Link via a tunneled connection using Remote Server, the following syntax applies:
This variant can be used in the default case: When connecting to the SEGGER default tunnel server (jlink.segger.com) where the serial number has been used to register a J-Link.
IP tunnel:600100000 IP tunnel:932000000
|<SN/Name>|| Either the J-Link's serial number or name that the J-Link was registered with at the Remote Server. |
Note: The name used to register a J-Link at a Remote Server is NOT the J-Link's Nickname
|<Password>||Password that was used when setting up the Remote Server.|
|<TunnelServer>||Address or hostname of the tunnel server. This is only needed if a tunnel server other than the SEGGER default tunnel server (jlink.segger.com) is used.|
IP tunnel:932000000:MyPassword123:jlink2.segger.com // J-Link was registered by S/N, with a password, at jlink2.segger.com IP tunnel:MyJLink::jlink2.segger.com // J-Link was registered by Name, without a password, at jlink2.segger.com IP tunnel:600100000:MyPassword123 // J-Link was registered by S/N, with a password, at the SEGGER default tunnel server