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pisarm

It still doesn't work with my Zyxel ap (G1000v2).

John_Ryan

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May 31, 2009, 03:04 am Last Edit: May 31, 2009, 03:12 am by John_Ryan Reason: 1
Have you tried disconnecting every device from the network and then seeing if the shield will connect to the G1000?

You mentioned it works fine on the NWA-3500, are there any obvious differences in environment or operating specifications of the G1000?

Edit:

There was a firmware update for the G1000 in November 2007. Here's the page, the update is available at the bottom.

http://us.zyxel.com/Support/Download-Library-Result.aspx?mif=PDCA2007090

You could try that if you haven't already.


Pauly

Awesome  - Can't wait to try out the client example.

John_Ryan

Is this the best place to trap alternative page requests in webserver.c

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     // determine the requested resource
     // in this case, we check if the request was for the '/' root page
     // AKA index.html
     if(s->inputbuf[0] != ISO_slash) {
           // request for unknown webpage, close and exit
           PSOCK_CLOSE_EXIT(&s->p);
     }



For example. I'd like to send this request to the server

000.000.000.000/slave_02-turn_led_6_on.html

So where the code above is checking for index.html, I want it to interpret the URL as a command, like slave_02-turn_led_6_on.html would tell i2c slave #2 to turn LED 6 on etc etc



Pauly

Hi,
I'm trying to setup the client server example.
I found the link below for converting your twitter string to base 64.  
http://www.motobit.com/util/base64-decoder-encoder.asp

In the setup we are supposed to Delete the 'applet' directory.  Can anyone tell me what I'm supposed to delete here?  All I have in the example folder is webclient.c or webclient.pde, which is the example.  I tried deleting .c , but of course  received errors.  Also when I compile the sketch I notice it is 16k! Probably because I did not delete the applet.
What do I delete?

Thanks.

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