CoRE Simulation Models for Real-time Networks

Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of ANDL_Documentation


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05/18/16 14:25:21 (3 years ago)
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    6464==== devices ====
    65 Network participants are configured in the devices section. The syntax is similar to the types component. A device can extend a device type.  In the following example there are two canLink (canbus1, canbus2), one ethernetLink (ethcable1), one switch (switch1), two gateways (gateway1, gateway2) and two nodes (canNode1, canNode2) defined. The semicolons can be replaced with an ``\{\}'' block for the definition of additional parameters.
     65Network participants are configured in the devices section. The syntax is similar to the types component. A device can extend a device type.  In the following example there are two canLink (canbus1, canbus2), one ethernetLink (ethcable1), one switch (switch1), two gateways (gateway1, gateway2) and two nodes (canNode1, canNode2) defined. The semicolons can be replaced with an !''{}!'' block for the definition of additional parameters.
    6666{{{
    6767#!sh
     
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    8181==== connections ====
    82 The elements in the devices section can be used now to build the network infrastructure. Each connection is a member of a segment. Segments are later used to define the different message representations. For Ethernet connections there are two network participants connected via one ethernetLink. For CAN connections each participant is plugged to a bus using a canLink. The connections example shows two segments (backbone and canbus) for the individual connections. A special feature for ethernetLink is the ``new'' keyword. It enables the possibility to instance a new ethernetLink with a defined type. This reduces the configuration effort instead of defining each cable in the devices section.
     82The elements in the devices section can be used now to build the network infrastructure. Each connection is a member of a segment. Segments are later used to define the different message representations. For Ethernet connections there are two network participants connected via one ethernetLink. For CAN connections each participant is plugged to a bus using a canLink. The connections example shows two segments (backbone and canbus) for the individual connections. A special feature for ethernetLink is the !''new!'' keyword. It enables the possibility to instance a new ethernetLink with a defined type. This reduces the configuration effort instead of defining each cable in the devices section.
    8383{{{
    8484#!sh