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How Can I Filter the Ethernet Frames?

Last updated: 2017-09-18
Question:
How can I filter the Ethernet Frames?
Answer:

Beside the hardware independent Early Filtering of Event, there are especially for Ethernet 3 different kinds of filters that might be used for Ethernet Frames:

  1. Hardware Filters to stop the frames before they are transmitted by the interface to CANoe. This filtering improves CANoe’s performance and is part of CANoe’s Network Hardware Configuration.


    Note:
    IPv4 addresses and ports cannot be filtered in VLAN tagged frames using VN5610/A. There is no restriction for VN5640.
  2. Event Filters for IP (IP Filter) in Measurement Setup to select the desired frames out of the ones that have been transmitted by the Interface to CANoe. You can define Protocol, Port and Packet  Filters:


     
  3. Analysis Filters for Ethernet in the Trace Window


     
Note:
To get more information on each filter type, consult CANoe’s context sensitive Online Help by using <F1>.
 
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2017-09-18
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