Finally I got my project started and assembled. I have communication ok, I can program the MCU.... ethernet circuit is alive, at least it is powered, but I'm not sure if it's really talking with the prosessor. When I open browser and try to connect any IP inside the subnet, this blinks the green light like somebodys knocking, but I can't get response from it.I have checked this dirty PCB so many times in last two days, that I'm just blind if there's shortcuts or missing links. Schematic has been turned upside down while tracing the problem, components are correct values. Voltages are in tolerances.WebServerDebug don't give anything.Hmm, what is the purpose of these dip swithes? I didn't put them for two reason; I don't have suitable and I don't know if it is nessessary in basic testing.About codes, I only changed the IP-address to much my network, everything else is intact.It just don't play the game with me, any tips left? Thanks!!!Cheers,Kari
So, UDP are fully implemented ? We are able to send & receive packets correctly ?For TCP, it work too ? You just don't have implemented file server for the access by browser (& GET requests, etc ...) ?Good luck, it's a good job that will surely help the community
I have see nice, cheap (10$) & small boards with the chip:
I have been using your library and webserver examples for the enc28j60 and they work great. Thank you for your work.My idea is to use a microSD breakout board with the enc28j60, read files from the sd card and send them over ethernet.I have been using this > http://www.embeddedmarket.com/products/ENC28J60-Ethernet-Module/ and >http://www.embeddedmarket.com/products/Micro-SD-card-Interface-Breakout-Module-for-3-3V-and-5V-Logic-Level/Using the simplified library(Simon Monk's) I can read from the sd card and send files over the ethernet.However there are a few problems:1.With Simon Monk's library the size of the files that can be sent is limited by the buffer size. To send the contents of the buffer I have to use the e.respond(); which closes the connection to the client and no more data can be sent.
2. With your library if I only write this one line #include <SD.h> and make no other additions to the sketch the webserver example stops working (the board replies to pings but if i open the address in a browser it just keeps waiting). I assume the problem is a buffer overrun.
Regarding this I have a few questions I will be thankful if you can help.Is it possible fill the buffer with chars and send the contents of the buffer to the client without closing the connection?To explain further : Read single chars from the file on sd card > fill the buffer with these chars > send the packet when the buffer is full > continue reading from file and begin filling buffer again > repeat till the whole file is sent.If we can implement this, we can have fully functional web servers working off the arduino+enc28j60.Hoping you can help me with this. Bravo for the good work again !!
I tried the code from https://github.com/turicas/Ethernet_ENC28J60 change the IP then upload the program. Upon entering the address in a web browser it didn't load. What do you think is the problem?
I have a different ethernet board but I wired it the same way as the one from http://www.nuelectronics.com/estore/?p=12. I already tested it with other code like the one from http://blog.thiseldo.co.uk/?p=344.
I tried WebServerSimple and it worked. I can ping my board and access it from a browser.But only for a while. After that I get the connection lost. No more ping or browser access.Do you have any idea. I've been struggling for 3 days and nothing.
Has anyone experience with this library and the nanode ? (http://wiki.hackspace.org.uk/wiki/Project:Nanode)
Where can I buy a nanode for testing?
I see that the picture has an embedded name on it - I found an ebay listing with that pictures' users name with the same item the listing was buy it now for 15.95 + 6 shipping from hong kong.
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