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creativen

I have an Arduino Ethernet Board and an Arduino UNO R3
I pile it up then it works well...

But now, I am afraid if I always pile and put off then pile then put off again, then the board can be damaged.
So I decide to make them work but wiring them up...

To control the Ethernet, I connect:
Ethernet ----> UNO
pin 13   ----> pin 13
pin 12   ----> pin 12
pin 11   ----> pin 11
pin 4    -----> pin 4
am I right?I have looked at the hardware spec.

Then how about to power the ethernet up?
Which pin I should wire ?

Vielen Dank!

SurferTim

The SPI data pins on the newer ethernet shield is on the ICSP connector. Connect digital pin 10 on the Uno to digital 10 on the shield, but pins 11-13 on the Uno (or the ICSP pins on the Uno) must be connected to the appropriate pins on the ethernet shield ICSP connector.

Digital pins 11-13 on the shield are not connected to the w5100 or the SD.

creativen


The SPI data pins on the newer ethernet shield is on the ICSP connector. Connect digital pin 10 on the Uno to digital 10 on the shield, but pins 11-13 on the Uno (or the ICSP pins on the Uno) must be connected to the appropriate pins on the ethernet shield ICSP connector.

Digital pins 11-13 on the shield are not connected to the w5100 or the SD.



Could you tell me more detail all the pins I should connect from UNO to the Ethernet Shield?
Because I do not get which ICSP pins I should take? I dont find any label "ICSP"...
Is there any Vcc and ground pin I should also connect?which ones?


creativen


The SPI data pins on the newer ethernet shield is on the ICSP connector. Connect digital pin 10 on the Uno to digital 10 on the shield, but pins 11-13 on the Uno (or the ICSP pins on the Uno) must be connected to the appropriate pins on the ethernet shield ICSP connector.

Digital pins 11-13 on the shield are not connected to the w5100 or the SD.




Ist not on your Uno curently but http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardUno you can see it on here


So I can conclude that there are 11 pins I should connect from Arduino UNO to Arduino Ethernet Shield:
on Arduino Uno:
1. 1 pin 13
2. 1 pin 12
3. 1 pin 11
4. 1 pin 10
5. 1 pin 4 (if there is SD CARD)
6. 6 pin ICSP

Is it right?Correct me if I am mistaken.
Danke.

SurferTim

The first three are not connected on the ethernet shield. Digital pins 11, 12, and 13 are not connected to anything on the ethernet shield. You can connect them if you wish, but it does nothing for the connection except maybe make you feel better.

Connect power, ground and these

4. 1 pin 10
5. 1 pin 4 (if there is SD CARD)
6. 6 pin ICSP


creativen


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