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  1. I'm connecting a PEAK Ethernet CAN gateway to DF. I have the IP and Port # set properly, and can use a sequence to format an Ethernet packet that successfully triggers a CAN frame with my data to be sent. I can observe the Ethernet packet in WireShark and see the frame go out the door properly from DF and this also shows in the Monitor window as a TX: My issue is that when the PEAK Can Gateway sends a packet back to the IP address of the PC running DF, and same port number configured in DF, I get no RX: in the Monitor window, and can't read any bytes. I can observe the packet in WireShark, so the PEAK device is sending proper packets to the right address and port. Does DF somehow listen to Ethernet traffic on a different port from what's configured? Where else can I look or test? Thank you! Mike