...Am I misunderstanding this argument stuff?...
I have been following the whole discussion for a while, first of all, magagna, great job on the library !
So I wondered if it will be possible to run a client on an Arduino + this chip and then transmit HTTP requests to a server also connected to the WiFi network, just like with the official WiFi shield. Anyone has some thoughts on that ?
WiFiClient client;client.connect(server, 80);Serial.println("Connected to server");client.println("GET /central.php?device=sensor1 HTTP/1.0");// Some code to wait and receive the answer ...client.stop();
mySocket = socket(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, IPPROTO_TCP);tSocketAddr.sa_family = AF_INET;tSocketAddr.sa_data = (port & 0xFF00) >> 8;tSocketAddr.sa_data = (port & 0x00FF);tSocketAddr.sa_data = 207; // First octet of destination IPtSocketAddr.sa_data = 58; // Second Octet of destination IPtSocketAddr.sa_data = 147; // Third Octet of destination IPtSocketAddr.sa_data = 66; // Fourth Octet of destination IPconnect(mySocket, &tSocketAddr, sizeof(tSocketAddr));send(mySocket, cmdBuf, strlen(cmdBuf), 0); // the 4th parameter is 'flags', but not currently supportedclosesocket(mySocket);
Hello,I bought The CC300Boost. The library seems to work perfectly. I have designed a shield for this module (compatible with arduino One and mega). In the coming days I will try the shield and will show the results.
set interrupt on LOW rather then falling edge: attachInterrupt(WLAN_IRQ_INTNUM, CC3000InterruptHandler, LOW);
When I connect to my network, the option to show the CC3000 configuration (IP, etc) doesn't work anymore, and actually my computer looses its WiFi connection ! Anybody had the same issue ? It's a shared router so I cannot access the router itself.
Does this board needs an external antena, or is the integrated antenna sufficient ?
I noticed that I have the firmware 1.7. How can I update to a more recent firmware ?
I want to use the CC3000 module with my Arduino Uno now, I just need a bunch of resistors to convert the 5V to 3V right ?