If using the NI myRIO 1950 or NI RIO Control Module start with the NI myRIO 1900 Archive.
Different IP address: Right-click on the "NI myRIO 1900" Device, choose "Properties", and then enter the new IP address
Right-click on the top of the project hierarchy, select "New Targets and Devices", keep the "Existing target or device" option, and then find and select your particular device
Select all of the components under the "NI myRIO 1900" device: click the first one and then shift+click the last one
Drag the selected components to the new device
Right-click the "NI myRIO 1900" device and select "Remove from project"
Run “RT Main” and “PC Main” and observe the following:
Each VI executes the same subVI “show available IP addresses.vi” once every half second and displays its results
Click the “dot-decimal notation?” control to switch between the machine name and the IP address
If you are using the USB cable to establish the network link between the Academic RIO Device and the PC, you should observe that the PC is host #1 (172.22.11.1) and the RT is host #2 (172.22.11.2) on the USBLAN network 172.22.11.0
“PC Main” will likely show other networks such as your wireless connection
“RT Main” will also show address 127.0.0.1 (“localhost”) – this address is for loopback testing and is internal to the RT target (in fact, every network host has its own loopback address)