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RTOS not able to communicate devices in the network

surabhi
Beginner
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 My target is to run ET200 (Profinet device) on RTOS and it should be able to send profinet packet to ET200 connected to router. But looks like RTOS is not exposed to the network and i am not able to ping the ET200.

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Lay
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RTOS can access to network by passthrough a PCI Network Controller, check PCI device vendor and device ID want to passthrough to RTOS using lspci -n command.

Edit /boot/rth/Linux_Linux64.txt,  [/PCI/1] mean RTOS

[/PCI/1]
"OS" = uint32: 1
"vendor_ID" = uint32: 0x8086
"device_ID" = uint32: 0x1533
"interrupt_mode" = uint32: 2

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Lay
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RTOS can access to network by passthrough a PCI Network Controller, check PCI device vendor and device ID want to passthrough to RTOS using lspci -n command.

Edit /boot/rth/Linux_Linux64.txt,  [/PCI/1] mean RTOS

[/PCI/1]
"OS" = uint32: 1
"vendor_ID" = uint32: 0x8086
"device_ID" = uint32: 0x1533
"interrupt_mode" = uint32: 2

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JesusE_Intel
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