This guide will walk you through setting up the ZCU102 FPGA platform to work with the X-Band Developer's Kit.
Once you have the board up and running (and control using the UART connection through PuTTy), try this procedure at the bottom of the page.
The ZCU102 uses a mini-B USB cable to connect the USB UART port on the board to a host PC. If the USB to UART bridge is not installed or automatically recognized, then a drive must be installed. This will allow control using the UART connection through PuTTy or other SSH/Telnet Client, select Downloads tab for Driver download.
The ZCU102 uses a RJ45 ethernet cable to connect the ethernet port on the board a host PC or network port to enable network access. Modifications to the network settings can be made following the guidance detailed on the Network Configuration wiki.