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how can I get the "Vector Virtual channel" ?

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wayne yi
wayne yi on 30 Jul 2012
Answered: Jack Zhao on 20 Dec 2019
I watched the webinars about "How to use the Vehicle Network Toolbox",and I found that when the speaker configures the "CAN Configuration",and at the device drop-down menu,it has a "Vector Virtual channel",but I have not it in my Simulink,so I want to known how can I get it?

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Andrei Ursache
Andrei Ursache on 30 Aug 2018
Edited: Andrei Ursache on 30 Aug 2018
When using a recent MATLAB release you can install the Vector CAN Devices support package using Add-On Explorer (which will download and install Vector Driver Setup automatically).

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Shankar Subramanian
Shankar Subramanian on 30 Jul 2012
Hi,
Please follow the following link and install Vector drivers. http://www.mathworks.com/help/toolbox/vnt/ug/br2lgng-1.html#br2lgng-3
Once done, you should be able to see the Virtual Channels in MATLAB and through Vehicle Network Toolbox Simulink blocks.
Thanks
Shankar

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wayne yi
wayne yi on 31 Jul 2012
Yes,I have copied the vxlapi.dll library into the system32 directory,and when I connected the CANcaseXL hardware to my PC,there were "Vector CANcaseXL channels 1-2" at the device drop-down menu.Just can't find the Virtual channel.
Thanks.
Shankar Subramanian
Shankar Subramanian on 1 Aug 2012
Can you run Vector hardware configuration utility (vcanconf.exe). It can be found in the Control Panel or type vcanconf in Windows Run option. Once run, do you see the virtual channels under Hardware.
wayne yi
wayne yi on 3 Aug 2012
Yes,when I run the vcanconf,the dialog box is below:
Is it because the Hardware has no license?

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