It sounds like the onboard Ethernet adapter is in the I8245x group. Have you tried plugging the cable into the builtin port?
If you're still having trouble, then you should contact MathWorks tech support. It will get the attention of our group but we may need more information.
Gordon Weast xPC Target Development MathWorks
Salim wrote: > Firstly, Thank you very much Gordon for your clear and detailed message. > MY host PC has an onboard network adapter. I do not have second one. But > on the target pc, there are two network adapter, one of them is onboard > and the second one is a network card which is supprted by XPC Target > according to the mathworks' list (RTL8169SC). So I use it. > In MATLAB Help, it is said that both computers must have static IP > address when using crossover cable. So as you mentioned, I assigned > static values for host PC: > IP address: 10.10.10.10 > Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 > > In the XPC Explorer, I assigned an IP address and subnet mask in this > range. Target PC Settings on XPC Explorer: > IP: 10.10.10.11 > Subnetmask: 255.255.255.0 > Port: 22222 > Gateway: Empty > Target Driver: (Actually I should select R8168. But when I select it, > target pc gives an error similar to : Ethernet card type is not valid. > So I select it as Auto). > USB support and Graphics Mode boxes are checked. With these > configuration settings I created a Boot CD. But when I intended to boot > target PC, its screen did not appear. I see only a black screen. I > recreated a boot CD with unchecked Graphics Mode. On the target PC > screen, I can see the values that assigned in Xplorer. And I do not see > any error message. But there is a small detail here; > Board: I8254x > As I mentioned above, I select it as Auto. But it seems as I8254x. > According to the XPC Target Supperted Ethernet Chipset List, it seems > below the Driver: R8168 (Realtek Gigabit Ethernet Series) title. >