Hey guys. I've only been working with arduino for a few months, and I'm not too familiar with the platform yet, so I beg your pardon if this is a stupid question.
My employer wants to develop a way to read a file from a USB device (http://www.circuitsathome.com/products-page/arduino-shields/usb-host-shield-2-0-for-arduino
) and transfer that file to a storage medium and/or network location via the ethernet shield. I was doing some investigating, and found that both the USB shield and the ethernet shield rely on the ICSP pins. Is my only option in this case to connect two arduinos, one for the USB and one for the ethernet? That gets expensive, and my employer will be deploying a lot of these, so cost is important. Is there some simple way for me to hack the arduino or the USB/ethernet shields so that they all can use the ICSP or so one of them doesn't need it?