But i wasn't grounding pin 10 of the Arduino !
How is my grounding pin 10 of the shield with a jumper any different than the Arduino grounding it programmatically ?
As I do not wish to use the SD service of the shield, I thought I could simply ground pin 10 locally on the Ethernet shield, thus permitting the elimination of the separate wire connecting the number 10 pins on the two boards. But this causes my web server to NOT work any more ! Even after cold reboot. Manipulating pin 4 seems to make no difference.
QuoteNot sure what you have done or why, but if you do not have an SD card in the SD slot on the w5100 ethernet shield, then the operation of the ethernet shield should be unaffected.I removed the SD card that was in the slot - jumper between pins 10 still necessary for operation.Must have to do with edge detection as suggested earlier. I had not thought of this.Bob W.
Not sure what you have done or why, but if you do not have an SD card in the SD slot on the w5100 ethernet shield, then the operation of the ethernet shield should be unaffected.
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