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what is the best way to communicate with arduino and VB.Net ?,
i was trying using UDP and TCP Bytes Arrays, and i want to know if there is better way to do this using the Ethernet Shield.

rbright

IdanAbutbul - keep it simple - explore the capabilities of just using serial ports - look at my posts under "Momentary Switch" earlier today. Having said that I found using my new Ethernet Shield I received last week relatively simple to use out of the box when following the examples in "playground" & connecting through my home router  - even was able to get web workingh to my mobile phone.

If you want to advance into GUI look at these posts
http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,131915.0.html for discussions on a GUI advancedHMI

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,131843.0.html for link to Weeder Technologies froduct that has a published protocol

So much code to explore and so little time......


IdanAbutbul - keep it simple - explore the capabilities of just using serial ports - look at my posts under "Momentary Switch" earlier today. Having said that I found using my new Ethernet Shield I received last week relatively simple to use out of the box when following the examples in "playground" & connecting through my home router  - even was able to get web workingh to my mobile phone.

If you want to advance into GUI look at these posts
http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,131915.0.html for discussions on a GUI advancedHMI

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,131843.0.html for link to Weeder Technologies froduct that has a published protocol

So much code to explore and so little time......

can i use serial port over wireless network using the ethernet shield ?

PaulS

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can i use serial port over wireless network using the ethernet shield ?

No.

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