#can #socketcan #iso-tp #isotp #iso-15762-2

socketcan-isotp

A common application of ISO-TP or ISO 15762-2 is for example Unified Diagnostic Services (UDS) used in automotive ECUs for diagnostics

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0.1.1 Feb 18, 2020
0.1.0 Dec 10, 2019

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📦✨ socketcan-isotp

Socketcan IsoTP Rust crate

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SocketCAN ISO-TP crate. Based on socketcan-rs and isotp.h.

The Linux kernel supports using CAN-devices through a network-like API. This crate allows easy access to this functionality without having to wrestle libc calls.

ISO-TP or ISO 15762-2 allows sending data packets that exceed the eight byte of a default CAN frame. A common application of ISO-TP is for example Unified Diagnostic Services (UDS) used in automotive ECUs for diagnostics.

can-isotp is an ISO-TP kernel module that takes care of handling the ISO-TP protocol. Instructions on how the can-isotp kernel module can be build and loaded can be found at https://github.com/hartkopp/can-isotp.

use socketcan_isotp::{self, IsoTpSocket};

fn main() -> Result<(), socketcan_isotp::Error> {
    let mut tp_socket = IsoTpSocket::open(
        "vcan0",
        0x123,
        0x321
    )?;

    loop {
        let buffer = tp_socket.read()?;
        println!("read {} bytes", buffer.len());

        // print TP frame data
        for x in buffer {
            print!("{:X?} ", x);
        }
        println!("");
    }

    Ok(())
}

Dev Setup

Setup Isotp Kernel Module: https://github.com/hartkopp/can-isotp

Setup virtual can interface.

sudo modprobe vcan && \
sudo ip link add dev vcan0 type vcan && \
sudo ip link set up vcan0

Dependencies

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