Logic in the PL region may optionally drive the destination ID onto a set of pins on the NMU boundary. This ID is then used to route the transaction through the NoC to the intended NSU. The destination interface pins are shown in the following table.
|NMU_RD_USR_DST[11:0]||12-bit destination ID to use for read transactions|
|NMU_WR_USR_DST[11:0]||12-bit destination ID to use for write transactions|
When a destination interface is enabled by driving the RD_DEST_MODE or WR_DEST_MODE pin high, the value on the corresponding USR_DST pins will override any address decode.
Note: NoC Master Specified Destination ID routing is not supported in the current release.