With Service Pack 2, the following changes become effective:
Diagnostic Feature Set
OBD-II: Update of the error codes based on SAE J2012-DA 2018-12
Improved real-time behavior in conjunction with Seed & Key DLLs which take longer to load
LIN Interactive Scheduler
Signals can be changed symbolically
Support for undo / redo
Logging: In format PCAPNG the hardware timestamps are recorded now.
The interpretation of the IPsec Authentication Header is supported.
Improved error handling in connection with TCP/UDP sockets
Fix an issue, which may cause that IP fragmented data is not recognized correctly.
Fix an issue with HTTP message length, which may prevent the correct interpretation of HTTP messages.
Stability improvement when a configuration is being saved in format of V11.0.
Trace Window (Ethernet)
Highlighting of RTP and RTCP events
Interpretation of multiple web-socket connections
Improved presentation of length information for the DHCP protocol
Improved presentation of TCP data transfer
Improvements on import of AUTOSAR databases
Ethernet CAPL functions:
Support of DTLS
Fix an issue which may cause that a VLAN ID cannot be read.
new Ethernet interface firmware (>= 11.1)
A new dialog supports the port configuration.
Support of ASCII logging
Improvements for the support of the "On Pdu *" handlers
Improvements for the bus statistics
Fix an issue when importing a logging file with multiple networks
Improvements for AVB:
PTP protocol violations are reported in the Trace Window.
Support of the AAF PCM format
VN4610 now has the certifications for CE and FCC
VN4610 is fully integrated hence 12.0
The V2X protocols used in China are supported. The protocols and application messages are interpreted.
Support of GB/T 31024.3: C-ITS, DSRC-Part3: Network layer and application layer specification
Support of T/CSAE 53-2017: C-ITS Application layer specification and data exchange standard (message set)
Car2x Map Window
Support of HERE maps as map provider
Possibility to add customer specific map provider information
The interface to connect a non-Vector 802.11p communication device and the according communication software (daemon) offered at the Vector homepage are no longer actively supported from version 12.0. As of version 13.0, the interface is no longer supported.
Vector provides the 802.11p network interface VN4610
When changing the node ID, all objects whose default values are defined dependent on the node ID can now be reset to the default value of the new node ID.
When a new node is added, all its PDOs are invalidated
The column widths on the heartbeat and SYNC tabs are stored now
Database generation is now possible when one or more networks are selected