We are making WRPC work on our hardware platform, which is based on Kintex-7.
Thank you for your help, and we have made it work.
Now, we want to transfer data through the Ethernet(use the SFP module) .
I got some information from the user manual:
1. "If built with CONFIG_IP=y, wrpc-sw implements the following udp-based network services"---from Netwrok Service; 2. "all the traffic from VIDs 10, 11, 20 is forwarded and available on the WR PTP Core external fabric interface."--from VLAN Support;
So I do an “echo test” as follow:
1. In FPGA design(wr-core and wrpc-sw): 1.1 WRF Source is connected to WRF Sink directly; 1.2 g_fabric_iface => PLAIN; 1.3 VLAN is on; 1.4 configure the IP manually; 2. In PC: 2.1 install VLAN module to make PC send the VLAN frame, and configure the VID to 10, which has been confirmed by wireshark; 2.2 add the IP and MAC address to the ARP list; 2.2 send test data through UDP(I'm not sure what the port is, and I set it to 123); 2.3 monitor the data flow by wireshark(Enable promiscuous mode);
I think wireshark will get some information from the VLAN interface, if everything is right.
However, there is nothing from the VLAN interface.
How can I finish the “echo test” through UDP?
Is my understanding incorrect?