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What are the supported ethernet cards chipsets for host-to-target communication with xPC Target or Simulink Real-Time?

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I would like to check if a specific ethernet card or chipset is supported by xPC Target / Simulink Real-Time.

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MathWorks Support Team
MathWorks Support Team on 6 Oct 2015
The host-to-target communication supported chipset list has been removed from our website.
The only chipsets that we have tested and can ensure they will work are those inside Speedgoat target computers installed in properly configured Speedgoat motherboards.
If you have questions about a specific chipset, please contact Technical Support with the Vendor ID and Device ID.
To find the device ID, go to <http://www.pcidatabase.com/>, and search by using the device name (e.g. 82541PI). This will return you the chip description and the device ID (eg. 0x107C). Please note that the device ID may be associated to a different device name. This may happen if the vendor has changed the card name. 
 

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Ivo Houtzager
Ivo Houtzager on 1 Sep 2020
In Matlab, open Simulink Real-Time Explorer using the matlab command "slrtexplr". In the target window, select properties of the Target PC session. Dropdown the "Host-to-Target communication" window. The supported ethernet devices are in the target driver dropdown list in the "Ethernet Device Settings" section.

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