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  1. ShaunR's recent topic on Security reminded me of a situation we explored in the summer and need to revisit at some point. We were looking for a method to protect the communication with a cRIO. The situation is that we need to communicate between a cRIO and a host on an unsecured network (manufacturing environment.) We concluded that we needed some form of encryption as well as a standard login mechanism but identified that having a single symmetrical key would not provide enough protection (for various reasons and specific use cases.) Therefore, we looked into SSL and LabVIEW Web Servi
  2. Hi there, I have RIO in a Windows VirtualBox inside a Ubunbtu Host OS. I am sending data from a C++ program in the Ubuntu Host system to labview within the Guest OS. I can receive the data on labview installed on the windows guest os. Below is the png of the Windows working program. But when I tried to send the data to myRIO, I was getting a udp read only error 42. Somewhere on the NI forums, someone suggested the net address of the "UDP Multicast Read-Only" vi be wired to the address of the RIO which I have done below . Now, the code runs on my
  3. Hi, me again . I am currently in big confusion about the way LV stores the FPGA configuration bitstream for a RIO device. As mentioned in other posts I have a setup where my project is transfered to a PXI controller where some SW framework loads it in a plugin approach. My project employs a R series FPGA board. I had some confusing experiences with this where the oscilloscope showed clearly different behavior than what the implementation should do. After some time I noticed it was seemingly and old bitstream used. I then introduced a revision number for my FPGA design that is set to a const
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