Posts Tagged ‘serial’

Product review: BugLogic logic analyzer from Robomotic

Last weekend I received a nice little package from the UK. It was the BugLogic logic analyzer from Robomotic. I quickly unpacked it and found this logic analyzer inside:

Getting root on the Belkin Home Base

After we found the TX pin in previous blog post and can have a look at the console messages, we can continue to look for the RX pin. The RX pin is still unknown, but we couldn’t test for it, as serial logins are prohibited on the Home Base. Luckily the Home Base firmware files […]

Finding a serial console on the Belkin Home Base part 2

This blog post continues upon yesterday’s post. In this post we will attempt to find the two missing serial console pins (RX and TX). We will start with the TX (transmit) pin, this one is easy to detect, as most devices log their status during start-up. So, there are some high/low voltage bumps during start-up. […]

Finding a serial console on the Belkin Home Base

Most consumer devices have some way of debugging for the ease of development of the board (JTAG). Most routers, and other network devices have a serial console connection as well. I’m pretty sure this Belkin device also has one, in this blog post I will show you how I locate serial console ports on consumer […]