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The Ethernet Frames in Trace Window Are Only Interpreted as UDP/TCP Frame

Last updated: 2019-03-04
Question:
Why are the Ethernet frames in trace window just interpreted as TCP/UDP and not as higher protocol level frame?
Answer:

Probably the ECU is sending the Ethernet frames on a port that is not defined in CANoe as belonging to higher protocol level and is therefore not interpreted accordingly. 

This configuration aspect can be adapted using CANoe option like following:

 
Note 1:

You can recognize on the small icon in trace if a frame is interpreted or not. It is possible to see all Ethernet events received before their interpretation by setting the following filter:

 
Note 2:

The destination port of a frame can be read using the detailed view:

 
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2019-03-04
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