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  1. I felt SIV should support the CLNP so I needed to deduce the protocol. I felt I would have a thread to make this generally available and provide other information. The CLNP is a USB 2.0 HID device and there is also a device for firmware updates. I started by checking what CL4 sends and from below managed to deduce most of what is needed. I am currently unsure about what 34 + 37 + 38 actually do. I suspect they define an update transaction and that 33 is the commit operation. I also wondered what the small hole was for and it took me all of 2 minutes to find out and it seems to be a recovery firmware loader. The CLNP uses the NXP LPC11U37FBD48/401 chip so you may find the LPC11U3X User Manual interesting. LNP Port 1 setup.txt LNP Port 2 setup.txt
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