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How to Correctly Observe the Some/IP Service Discovery Messages in my Trace

Last updated: 2018-02-22
Question:
How can I correctly observe the Some/IP Service Discovery messages in my trace?
Answer:
  • If the Some/IP messages from your ECU are not correctly displayed/interpreted in your trace, then check if all used Some/IP ports have been set to CANoe -> Option.

Note:

The service discovery port is according to the standard 30490.

  • Alternatively, you can create the Some/IP CANoe configuration using the following template that automatically set the UPD standard port for the Some/IP service discovery messages:

 

 
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2018-02-22
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