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ESP8266 NONOS SDK MBEDTLS 20160718

Features

1. Supports TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, TLS 1.2, doesn’t support SSL 3.0.
2. TLS cache of 2048 to 8192 bytes.
3. Supports  AES-128 and AES-256 encryption algorithm, and CBC mode.
4. Supports SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384 and SHA-512 hash algorithm.
5. Supports RSA-512, RSA-1024, RSA-2048 algorithm.
6. Supports certificates in PEM format and DER format.
7. Supports both unidirectional authentication and bidirectional authentication.
8. Supports three-tier certificate chain parsing.
9. Doesn’t support verify three-tier certificate chain with root certificate.

Usage

1. For ESP8266_NONOS_SDK versions older than 2.0.0, copy include, ld and lib folders in the directory of ESP8266_NONOS_SDK_EMBEDTLS to SDK root directory. For version 2.0.0 and later, only the lib folder needs to be copied.
2. “-lssl” in Makefile of user’s project directory should be modified into “-lmbedtls” if the user has utilized libssl.a before. There is no need to modify any user code.
3. mbedtls_demo includes source code of mbedtls, espconn_secure_xxxx APIs and a simple example.
3.1. Copy the entire folder of mbedtls_demoto the SDK root directory.
3.2. Find and run "./make_lib.sh mbedtls" in mbedtls_demo directory. Source code of mbedtls will be automatically compiled and generate libmbedtls.a which will be copied to SDK/lib directory.
3.3. Test firmware of mbedtls_demo can be generated via ./gen_misc.sh.
NON-OS SDK MBEDTLS 2016.07.17
ESP-WROOM-32 AT Bin V0.10

This is the first release of ESP32 AT firmware, which supports AT commands through UART. 

Please note that only Wi-Fi related functions are supported in this version. BLE-related functions will be supported in future release.

Bin V0.10 2017.06.14
ESP32-WROVER AT Bin V0.10

The ESP32 sends AT commands through UART1 by default, for ESP32-WROVER, it is:

* GPIO19 is RXD

* GPIO22 is TXD

* GPIO14 is RTS

* GPIO15 is CTS

Bin V0.10 2017.09.18
ESP8266 IOT Platform

A demo that should be run with ESP8266 RTOS SDK. This is the Initial version.

RTOS V1.0 2015.09.18
ESP8266 Ping Test Demonstration

This guide is intended to help users run ping test on the ESP8266 easily and quickly. It demonstrates the testing of network connectivity by running ping test in Station mode or SoftAP mode of ESP8266. The ping test has been demonstrated and run on the ESP-Launcher. However, with appropriate build settings, the test can be made to run on any ESP8266-based system.

ZIP V1.0 2016.09.27
ESP8266 Low Power Test Demonstration

This guide is intended to help implement and test the available low power modes and observe the resulting current consumption of the ESP8266 easily and quickly. It demonstrates the Modem-sleep mode, Light-sleep mode, and Deep-sleep mode.

ZIP V1.0 2016.09.29
TCP/UDP UART Passthrough Test Demonstration

The UART passthrough mode has been provided with the AT firmware to facilitate sending of data blocks of large size and for continuous transmission of small packets of data. In the passthrough mode, the data sent by the main application processor is directly forwarded to the target networking device via a TCP or UDP connection. Here, the ESP8266 AT firmware handles the networking tasks involved. This guide is intended to help users run TCP & UDP passthrough test on the ESP8266 IOT Platform quickly to evaluate the feature with various networking configurations of the ESP8266.

ZIP V1.0 2016.10.10
ESP-Launcher Data Send and Receive Operation Power Consumption Tests

The power consumption of the ESP8266 depends on the PHY mode employed for sending or receiving data. In power critical applications, it is important to balance the average or burst data transfer rate as well as overall power consumption of the system.This test demonstration is intended to demonstrate the results of various power consumption tests on the ESP8266. Based on this guide, users can choose the appropriate PHY mode and data transmission scheme for their application.

ZIP V1.0 2016.10.10
ESP8266 FOTA Demonstration

Espressif provides guidelines and a sample implementation of FOTA (Firmware Over-The-Air) function to upgrade the firmware on devices powered by the ESP8266. ESP8266 device will download a new version of firmware from the update server over Wi-Fi and run it. This guide is intended to help you run a FOTA demonstration on the ESP8266 easily and quickly, with a PC acting as the local update server. The FOTA test has been demonstrated and run on the ESP-Launcher, an ESP8266 evaluation board designed by Espressif. However, with appropriate build settings based on your application flash configuration, the test can be made to run on any ESP8266-based system. The demonstration initially runs the user1.bin as the primary firmware. The user1.bin, when executed, connects to the update server and downloads user2.bin (updated firmware) into the flash memory. When a system restart is triggered, the ESP8266 boots into the updated user2.bin, which now becomes the primary firmware binary file until another update is available for download. This new update is downloaded as user1.bin. This cycle is repeated for every subsequent update.

ZIP V1.0 2016.10.11
ESP8266 FOTA Demonstration with Phone App

This guide demonstrates the FOTA (Firmware-Over-The-Air) function for ESP8266-based devices. In particular, the guide outlines the process of upgrading ESP8266 firmware from Espressif Cloud over Wi-Fi by using our Android app. This process requires no technical skills and does not involve a PC or UART based tools. Therefore this process can be carried out by any user, including end users of ESP8266 based products. The FOTA test has been demonstrated and run on the ESP-Launcher, an ESP8266 evaluation board designed by Espressif. However, with appropriate build settings based on your application flash configuration, the test can be made to run on any ESP8266 based system.

ZIP V1.0 2016.10.23
ESP-Tuning Tool for TouchSensor

This ESP-Tuning Tool is a tool for monitoring touchpad readings. For a good TouchSensor design, it is necessary to monitor touchpad readings, such as raw count value, baseline value and deviation of the count value, for calibration and debugging, and, most importantly, for evaluating the touch system performance in terms of Sensitivity, SNR (Signal-to-noise ratio) and Channel Coupling.

ZIP V1.0 2018.09.21
ESP-Drone for Android
Android v1.0.0 2020.07.14
ESP-WROOM-32 AT Bin V1.0

Release note: https://github.com/espressif/esp32-at/releases

Bin V1.0.0 2017.11.17
ESP8266 Qcloud IoT AT

Based on ESP8266 QCloud AT Command.

Bin V1.0.0 2019.08.19
ESP-Drone for iOS
IOS v1.0.1 2020.07.20




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