Real time Udp Send and Receive Block

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Yavuzhan Erdem
Yavuzhan Erdem on 23 Jul 2022
Commented: Yavuzhan Erdem on 15 Aug 2022
I would like to send and receive data inside target computer(xpc target) by setting the Ip adresses of udp send and receive blocks as '127.0.0.1'. When I run the system as software in loop, It works.However, after compiled the model, that blocks didin't work. Is it possible to do that ? or Should I use different way to make it possible ?
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Yavuzhan Erdem
Yavuzhan Erdem on 25 Jul 2022
Edited: Yavuzhan Erdem on 25 Jul 2022
Yes. Absolutely ,I would like to do that . To clarify , for example, I can use "goto-from" blocks to move a signal from a subsystem to another subsystem inside the same model, but at this time I would like to send data by using the udp send and receive block inside the same model instead of the goto block or signal. So that my udp sender and receiver will be in the same model for transferring data. Shortly,I don't want to have two different programs running on the same xpc.Only, I want to run a model which has udp send and receiver to move data inside model, on the same xpc.
Is it clear now?

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Answers (1)

Dimitri MANKOV
Dimitri MANKOV on 25 Jul 2022
Hi Yavuzhan,
You can achieve this by using the UDP Send and UDP Receive blocks from the Simulink Real-Time library (see here for examples in R2020a and earlier / here for R2020b and later). Please note that the UDP Send and UDP Receive blocks require the IP addresses of the corresponding Ethernet ports to be in different subnets.
If you're using MATLAB R2020b or later, these Ethernet ports should also be configured using the Speedgoat Ethernet Configuration tool before you deploy your model.
I hope this is helpful!
Dimitri
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Yavuzhan Erdem
Yavuzhan Erdem on 15 Aug 2022
Thank you for your time and effort Walter!

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