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# Openthread Extension Commands The ESP OpenThread examples provide a series of extension commands in addition to the standard [OpenThread CLI](https://github.com/openthread/openthread/blob/main/src/cli/README.md). ## Enabling the extension commands To enable OpenThread extension commands, the following Kconfig option needs to be enabled: `OpenThread Extension CLI` -> `Enable Espressif's extended features`. ## Commands * [ip](#ip) * [iperf](#iperf) * [tcpsockclient](#tcpsockclient) * [tcpsockserver](#tcpsockserver) * [udpsockclient](#udpsockclient) * [udpsockserver](#udpsockserver) * [wifi](#wifi) * [ota](#ota) * [dns64server](#dns64server) * [curl](#curl) ### ip The ip command is used to add an address onto an interface or delete an address from an interface. * General Options ```bash > ip ----ip parameter--- print : print all ip on each interface of lwip add <ifname> <ifaddr> : add an address onto an interface of lwip del <ifname> <ifaddr> : delete an address from an interface of lwip Done ``` * Typical usage Print all ip addresses on each interface of lwip: ```bash > ip print netif: ot ot inet6: FE80::EC7C:3806:85C6:71C2 48 ot inet6: FDDE:AD00:BEEF:0:23AA:A8:5E2C:E03A 16 netif: lo lo inet6: ::1 16 Done ``` Add an address onto the openthread interface of lwip: ```bash > ip add ot fd00::2 Done ``` Delete an address from the openthread interface of lwip: ```bash > ip del ot fd00::2 Done ``` **Note: Currently the ip commands only support adding or deleting the addresses of openthread interface and Wi-Fi interface.** ### iperf Iperf is a tool for performing TCP or UDP throughput on the Thread network. For running iperf, you need to have two Thread devices on the same network. * General Options ```bash > iperf ---iperf parameter--- -s : server mode, only receive -u : upd mode -V : use IPV6 address -c <addr> : client mode, only transmit -i <interval> : seconds between periodic bandwidth reports -t <time> : time in seconds to transmit for (default 10 secs) -p <port> : server port to listen on/connect to -l <len_send_buf> : the length of send buffer -f <output_format> : the output format of the report (Mbit/sec, Kbit/sec, bit/sec; default Mbit/sec) ---example--- create a tcp server : iperf -s -i 3 -p 5001 -t 60 -f M create a udp client : iperf -c <addr> -u -i 3 -t 60 -p 5001 -l 512 -f B Done ``` * Typical usage For measuring the TCP throughput, first create an iperf service on one node: ```bash > iperf -V -s -t 20 -i 3 -p 5001 Done ``` Then create an iperf client connecting to the service on another node. Here we use `fdde:ad00:beef:0:a7c6:6311:9c8c:271b` as the example service address. ```bash > iperf -V -c fdde:ad00:beef:0:a7c6:6311:9c8c:271b -t 20 -i 1 -p 5001 -l 85 Done Interval Bandwidth 0- 1 sec 0.05 Mbits/sec 1- 2 sec 0.05 Mbits/sec 2- 3 sec 0.05 Mbits/sec 3- 4 sec 0.05 Mbits/sec 4- 5 sec 0.05 Mbits/sec ... 19- 20 sec 0.05 Mbits/sec 0- 20 sec 0.05 Mbits/sec ``` For measuring the UDP throughput, first create an iperf service similarly: ```bash > iperf -V -u -s -t 20 -i 3 -p 5001 Done ``` Then create an iperf client: ```bash > iperf -V -u -c fdde:ad00:beef:0:a7c6:6311:9c8c:271b -t 20 -i 1 -p 5001 -l 85 Done ``` ### tcpsockserver Used for creating a tcp server. * General Options ```bash > tcpsockserver ---tcpsockserver parameter--- status : get tcp server status open : open tcp server function bind <ipaddr> <port> : create a tcp server with binding the ipaddr and port send <message> : send a message to the tcp client close : close tcp server ---example--- get tcp server status : tcpsockserver status open tcp server function : tcpsockserver open create a tcp server : tcpsockserver bind :: 12345 send a message : tcpsockserver send hello close tcp server : tcpsockserver close Done ``` * Typical usage Open the tcp server function. ```bash > tcpsockserver open Done ``` Create a tcp server with binding. ```bash > tcpsockserver bind :: 12345 Done I (362245) ot_socket: Socket created I (362245) ot_socket: Socket bound, port 12345 I (362245) ot_socket: Socket listening I (362255) ot_socket: Successfully created ``` Now the tcp client can connect the tcp server. ```bash I (448575) ot_socket: Socket accepted ip address: FDDE:AD00:BEEF:CAFE:F612:FAFF:FE40:37A0 ``` Check the status of tcp client ```bash > tcpsockserver status connected remote ipaddr: FDDE:AD00:BEEF:CAFE:F612:FAFF:FE40:37A0 Done ``` Send a message to the tcp client. ```bash > tcpsockserver send hello Done ``` Receive a message from the tcp client. ```bash I (635835) ot_socket: sock 55 Received 5 bytes from FDDE:AD00:BEEF:CAFE:F612:FAFF:FE40:37A0 I (635835) ot_socket: hello ``` Close the tcp server. ```bash > tcpsockserver close Done I (232650) ot_socket: TCP server is disconnecting with FDDE:AD00:BEEF:CAFE:F612:FAFF:FE40:37A0 I (232650) ot_socket: TCP server receive task exiting I (232660) ot_socket: Closed tcp server successfully ``` ### tcpsockclient Used for creating a tcp client. * General Options ```bash > tcpsockclient ---tcpsockclient parameter--- status : get tcp client status open : open tcp client function connect <ipaddr> <port> : create a tcp client and connect the server send <message> : send a message to the tcp server close : close tcp client ---example--- get tcp client status : tcpsockclient status open tcp client function : tcpsockclient open create a tcp client : tcpsockclient connect fd81:984a:b59d:2::c0a8:0166 12345 send a message : tcpsockclient send hello close tcp client : tcpsockclient close Done ``` * Typical usage Open the tcp client function. ```bash > tcpsockclient open Done ``` Create a tcp client and connect the tcp server ```bash > tcpsockclient connect fd0d:e86e:4ac3:1:81f3:d614:e2ec:46ec 12345 Done I (164956) ot_socket: Socket created, connecting to FD0D:E86E:4AC3:1:81F3:D614:E2EC:46EC:12345 I (165126) ot_socket: Successfully connected ``` Check the status of tcp client ```bash > tcpsockclient status connected remote ipaddr: FD0D:E86E:4AC3:1:81F3:D614:E2EC:46EC Done ``` Send a message to the tcp server. ```bash > tcpsockclient send hello Done ``` Receive a message from the tcp server. ```bash I (270416) ot_socket: sock 54 Received 5 bytes from FD0D:E86E:4AC3:1:81F3:D614:E2EC:46EC I (270426) ot_socket: hello ``` Close the tcp client. ```bash > tcpsockclient close Done I (307796) ot_socket: TCP client is disconnecting with FD0D:E86E:4AC3:1:81F3:D614:E2EC:46EC I (307796) ot_socket: TCP client receive task exiting I (307796) ot_socket: Closed tcp client successfully ``` ### udpsockserver Used for creating a udp server. * General Options ```bash > udpsockserver ---udpsockserver parameter--- status : get UDP server status open : open UDP server function bind <port> : create a UDP server with binding the port send <ipaddr> <port> <message> : send a message to the UDP client close : close UDP server ---example--- get UDP server status : udpsockserver status open UDP server function : udpsockserver open create a UDP server : udpsockserver bind 12345 send a message : udpsockserver send FDDE:AD00:BEEF:CAFE:FD14:30B6:CDA:8A95 12346 hello close UDP server : udpsockserver close Done ``` * Typical usage Open the udp server function. ```bash > udpsockserver open Done ``` Create a udp server with binding the port. ```bash > udpsockserver bind 12345 Done I (411174) ot_socket: Socket created I (411174) ot_socket: Socket bound, ipaddr ::, port 12345 I (411184) ot_socket: Successfully created ``` Check the status of udp client ```bash > udpsockserver status open local ipaddr: :: local port: 12345 Done ``` Send a message to the udp client. ```bash > udpsockserver send fdf9:2548:ce39:efbb:9612:c4a0:477b:349a 12346 hello Done I (224674) ot_socket: Sending to fdf9:2548:ce39:efbb:9612:c4a0:477b:349a : 12346 ``` Receive a message from the udp client. ```bash I (278524) ot_socket: sock 54 Received 5 bytes from FDF9:2548:CE39:EFBB:9612:C4A0:477B:349A : 12346 I (278524) ot_socket: hello ``` Close the udp server. ```bash > udpsockserver close Done I (308914) ot_socket: UDP server receive task exiting I (308914) ot_socket: Closed UDP server successfully ``` ### udpsockclient Used for creating a udp client. * General Options ```bash > udpsockclient ---udpsockclient parameter--- status : get UDP client status open <port> : open UDP client function, create a UDP client and bind a local port(optional) send <ipaddr> <port> <message> : send a message to the UDP server close : close UDP client ---example--- get UDP client status : udpsockclient status create a UDP client without binding : udpsockclient open create a UDP client with binding : udpsockclient open 12345 send a message : udpsockclient send FDDE:AD00:BEEF:CAFE:FD14:30B6:CDA:8A95 12346 hello close UDP client : udpsockclient close Done ``` * Typical usage Open the udp client function, create a udp client without binding the port. ```bash > udpsockclient open Done I (842586) ot_socket: Socket created I (842586) ot_socket: Successfully created ``` Open the udp client function, create a udp client with binding the port. ```bash udpsockclient open 12345 Done I (926816) ot_socket: Socket created I (926816) ot_socket: Socket bound, port 12345 I (926816) ot_socket: Successfully created ``` Check the status of udp client ```bash > udpsockclient status open local port: 12345 Done ``` Send a message to the udp client. ```bash > udpsockclient send fdf9:2548:ce39:efbb:79b9:4ac4:f686:8fc9 12346 hello Done I (1180356) ot_socket: Sending to fdf9:2548:ce39:efbb:79b9:4ac4:f686:8fc9 : 12346 ``` Receive a message from the udp client. ```bash I (1218636) ot_socket: sock 54 Received 5 bytes from FDF9:2548:CE39:EFBB:79B9:4AC4:F686:8FC9 : 12345 I (1218636) ot_socket: hello ``` Close the udp client. ```bash > udpsockclient close Done I (1238686) ot_socket: UDP client receive task exiting I (1238686) ot_socket: Closed UDP client successfully ``` ### wifi Used for connecting the border router to the Wi-Fi network. ```bash > wifi ---wifi parameter--- connect -s <ssid> -p <psk> : connect to a wifi network with an ssid and a psk connect -s <ssid> : connect to a wifi network with an ssid disconnect : wifi disconnect once, only for test disconnect <delay> : wifi disconnect, and reconnect after delay(ms), only for test state : get wifi state, disconnect or connect mac <role> : get mac address of wifi netif, <role> can be "sta" or "ap" ---example--- join a wifi: ssid: threadcertAP psk: threadcertAP : wifi connect -s threadcertAP -p threadcertAP join a wifi: ssid: threadAP does not have a psk : wifi connect -s threadAP get wifi state : wifi state wifi disconnect once : wifi disconnect wifi disconnec, and reconnect after 2s : wifi disconnect 2000 get mac address of WiFi station : wifi mac sta get mac address of WiFi soft-AP : wifi mac ap ``` To join a Wi-Fi network, please use the `wifi connect` command: ```bash > wifi connect -s threadcertAP -p threadcertAP ``` To get the state of the Wi-Fi network: ```bash > wifi state connected Done ``` ### ota Used for downloading border router firmware and updating the border router or the RCP alone. ``` > ota download https://192.168.1.2:8070/br_ota_image ``` After downloading the device will restart and update itself with the new firmware. The RCP will also be updated if the firmware version changes. ``` > ota rcpudate ``` This command will enforce a RCP update regardless of the RCP version. ### dns64server Used for setting the dns64 server. Note that the border router must support NAT64. ``` > dns64server 8.8.8.8 ``` ### curl Used for fetching the content of a HTTP web page. Note that the border router must support NAT64. ``` > curl http://www.espressif.com Done <html> <head><title>301 Moved Permanently</title></head> <body bgcolor="white"> <center><h1>301 Moved Permanently</h1></center> <hr><center>CloudFront</center> </body> </html> ```

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