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NETX/NETX DUO udp multicast

Hello,

I am trying to use the sources and send UDP packets from the Zedboard to the server on my pc (windows).

In our application we would need to multicast udp packets accross ethernet.

I am using NetX/NetX Duo, ThreadX - version 5.10 SP3, working on Xilinx SDK 2017.4.

However, all my attempts so far fail when trying to use UDP fast path API\'s, the send function is called but I nothing shows in Wireshark (except maybe an ARP message).

I would appreciate some guidance, specifically I am interested in understanding how to send udp packets as multicast (to multicast supported addresses).
attacthed is a zip file containing my application (the user file is \'app\', all other deps came with the demo from express_logic13769-app.txt).

Thanks in advance


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@GuyBerger-0150 Welcome to Q&A forum. We are looking into this issue and update you as earliest.
Did you already looked into the below documentations?


Functional Components of Azure RTOS NetX


Functional Components of Azure RTOS NetX Duo



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I did, the demos also work fine but I am interested in sending/receiving udp packets to my pc instead of between local ports on the Zedboard...
Preferably using the udp fast path api

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LiyaDu-9723 answered ·

Hi Guy,

We are aware that you are under discussion with our engineers on Zendesk and it's a pretty lengthy conversation and is ongoing. To make it more visible to other audience who might have the similar questions. I just pasted the thread here as a reference.

Thanks,
Liya

15810-netxnetx-duo-udp-multicast.pdf



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