The simplest use case keeps the entire NoC in the static part of the design. An RP may or may not connect directly to the NoC. The NoC itself requires no quiescing, but it is recommended to insert logical decoupling in the PL on the RP boundary. The NoC continues to operate completely during dynamic reconfiguration.
Figure 1. NoC Completely in Static
Figure 2. NoC in Static. No Communication to RP Using NoC. Static-RP Interface is Decoupled Using PL-based Decoupler
Figure 3. NoC in Static and RP Communicate to it Using PL-based Decoupler