Mbed-client-example-6lowpan error 6

Hi,

I’ve been using the device_server branch from https://github.com/ARMmbed/mbed-client-example-6lowpan/tree/device_server without any problems. To switch from Device Server to Connector, I’ve updated the gateway router with the dynamic binary, undefined USING_DEVICE_SERVER and updated security.h with the security credentials. I’m now getting the following error:

Start mbed-client-example-6lowpan
[DBG ][m6La]: init()
[DBG ][m6La]: connect()
[INFO][m6LND]: Start 6LoWPAN ND Bootstrap
[DBG ][m6LND]: app_parse_network_event() 0
[INFO][m6LND]: 6LoWPAN ND bootstrap ready
[DBG ][m6LND]: ND Access Point: fd00:ff1:ce0b:a5e0:0:ff:fe00:b725
[DBG ][m6LND]: ND Prefix 64: fd:00:0f:f1:ce:0b:a5:e0
[DBG ][m6LND]: GP IPv6: fd00:ff1:ce0b:a5e0:fec2:3d00:4:9e3d
[DBG ][m6LND]: MAC 16-bit: ff:ff
[DBG ][m6LND]: PAN ID: 06:91
[DBG ][m6LND]: MAC 64-bit: fc:c2:3d:00:00:04:9e:3d
[DBG ][m6LND]: IID (Based on MAC 64-bit address): fe:c2:3d:00:00:04:9e:3d
[DBG ][m6LND]: Channel: 12
                          mesh_network_handler() 0
[DBG ][ns_wrap]: ns_wrapper_socket_open(1)
                                          waiting 5s before sending registration...
send_registration()
[DBG ][ns_wrap]: SOCKET_TX_DONE, 163 bytes sent
[DBG ][ns_wrap]: SOCKET_TX_DONE, 163 bytes sent
[DBG ][ns_wrap]: SOCKET_TX_DONE, 163 bytes sent
                                               error 6
Reconnecting to server
[DBG ][ns_wrap]: ns_wrapper_socket_free(1)
[DBG ][ns_wrap]: ns_wrapper_socket_open(2)
                                          waiting 5s before sending registration...
send_registration()
[DBG ][ns_wrap]: SOCKET_TX_DONE, 163 bytes sent
[DBG ][ns_wrap]: SOCKET_TX_DONE, 163 bytes sent
[DBG ][ns_wrap]: SOCKET_TX_DONE, 163 bytes sent
                                               error 6

From what I can find, ‘error 6’ represents ‘NetworkError’, but I can’t get any more information than that. Also, is there a way to view the terminal output from the gateway routers for debugging?

Thanks,
Andrew

Hi Andrew,

This 6lowpan example is not expected to work out of the box, as you need IPv6 connectivity. If you happen to have IPv6 internet access, then it should just work…

Btw, the baudrate for the gw is 460800.

Marcelo