Go Down

Topic: Linksys + dd-wrt + arduino (Read 8118 times) previous topic - next topic

Igor R

Hi,


  • http://www.ostrosoft.com/oswinsck.asp
  • http://www.codeproject.com/KB/IP/MinimalisticTelnet.aspx


You can download an example excel from my blog http://real2electronics.blogspot.com/2009/10/linksys-arduino.html

;)

Erac

#16
Dec 17, 2010, 10:21 am Last Edit: Dec 17, 2010, 10:30 am by Erac Reason: 1
Hi Igor,

My router firmware is White Russian 0.9 ( open WRT) , and my problem now is[glow] I can't access Telnet[/glow] so I can transfer the sensor feedback to visual basic..


Any suggestions? Or Will I have to change my firmware to dd-wrt?

Regards :-[

martin_bg

would this work if lets say i would like to upload a sketch to a remotely located arduino?

Igor R

I suppuse that you can activate to load telnet service again when the router starts..... I'm not a linux expert, but I can't believe that you can't activate it...
http://ram.squat.net/tech/openwrt/whiterussian_client_setup.html
(here you can see how the telnet service is disable)

If you don't have telnet, I imagine that you have ssh, which it's more safe. I've never checked if there are free ActiveX ssh clients.....


;)

Erac

Hi Igor,

Do you know the code in Visual Basic 6.0 or Excell that will get the data via SSH? When I try Winsock the access is denied, maybe because it gets data via telnet? which is problematic for my firmware

Regards :-/

Igor R

#20
Dec 19, 2010, 12:56 am Last Edit: Dec 19, 2010, 12:57 am by igorreal Reason: 1
Hi,

Look at this method..... it´s nice. You can download ser2net
http://www.andrewhazelden.com/blog/2010/01/how-to-use-the-serial-ports-on-a-linksys-wrt54gs-with-dd-wrt-v24/
http://todbot.com/blog/2010/12/16/wifi-for-arduino-with-asus-wl-520gu/

And use a virtual serial port:
http://www.hw-group.com/products/hw_vsp/index_en.html


;)

mrmeval

http://www.dailywireless.org/2009/02/24/marvells-99-wall-wart-computer/

I've not seen this disassembled but it is Arm based and 99 dollars.
If it was designed by man it can be repaired by man.

Go Up