After performing the above steps you should now be able to use SLSC-12001 as extension of the Real-Time Controller.
Please note that after connecting the SLSC to the Real-Time Controller you will not be able to detect the SLSC chassis from the host machine anymore (in NI MAX, the Devices and Interfaces»Network Devices
tree of the Real-Time Controller will not populate with the SLSC item, differently from when the SLSC is directly connected to the host machine).
In order to make sure that the SLSC Extension has been correctly configured, you can:
- In LabVIEW, run the Configuration VI (installed with the NI-SLSC in the labview\examples\SLSC directory) on the Real-Time Controller and check if the SLSC is discovered
- In VeriStand, create an empty System Definition File and manually add the SLSC item of the Controller, specifiying the SLSC IP Address (if static) or the hostname (if dynamic - after the Factory Reset, the SLSC host name is reset to "SLSC-12001-<8-digit serial number>"). Verify if the deployment of the System Definition File happens correctly.
If you need multiple SLSC chassis to connect to the same Real-Time controller or Host PC, you will need to connect them to a network switch and configure the IP addresses of all of them to be on the same sub-net. The Real-Time controller will not display the SLSC chassis under its own Network Devices, but will be able to communicate with them regardless.