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ksduino

You can connect your Arduino to Inernet with new online service KSduino for free: http://ksduino.org

When you are connected you can monitor and control your Arduino, send values between Arduinos connected to Internet.
See welcome article to more info about KSduino:  http://blog.ksduino.org/post/37480815224/welcome-to-ksduino

Read about KSduino internal (structure, protocols, etc.) in the 'How KSduino works' article: http://blog.ksduino.org/post/37944359140/how-ksduino-works

KSduino has HELP topic with articles helps to connect your device and add any parameters. See 'How to connect your device to the KSduino Device Network?': http://help.ksduino.org/post/36586795328/how-to-connect-your-device-to-the-ksduino-device.

Or you can start your connection from our home page: http://ksduino.org
Best regards,
Kirill Scherba.
http://ksduino.org

ksduino

You can use ENC28J60 board to connect to KSduino (http://ksduino.org) too.
Read new article 'KSduino can connect your Arduino with ENC28J60': http://ksdu.in/o/1d
Best regards,
Kirill Scherba.
http://ksduino.org

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