UDP Write (HOST)
Send UDP packets from host computer to remote host
SoC Blockset / Host I/O
The UDP Write (HOST) block sends UDP (User Datagram Protocol) packets from a local host to a remote host. The local host in the host computer from which you want to send UDP packets. The remote host is the host computer or hardware to which you want to send UDP packets. The remote host is identified by the remote IP address and remote IP port parameters from host computer.
Port_1 — Input signal
Input signal, specified as a numeric vector. The block sends this data as a UDP packets to the specified remote IP address and port.
Remote IP address ('255.255.255.255' for broadcast) — IP address of remote host
'255.255.255.255' (default) | dotted-quad expression
Specify the IP address of the remote host. To broadcast UDP packets, use the default
Remote IP port — IP port number of remote host
25000 (default) | integer from 1 to 65,535
Specify the IP port number of the remote host.
Local IP port source — Source of local IP port source
Automatically determine (default) |
Specify via dialog
Set the source of Local IP port for the block by selecting one of these values:
Automatically determine— Assigns an available local IP port number randomly from which UDP packets are sent.
Specify via dialog— Allows you to specify the local IP port number using the Local IP port parameter.
Local IP port — IP port number of local host
-1 (default) | integer from 1 to 65,535
Specify the port number of the local host. If this value is set to
-1 (default), the block sets the local IP port number to a random
available port number and uses that port to send the UDP packets. If the remote host
accepts UDP packets from a particular IP port number, specify that IP port number for
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