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Jul 14, 2011, 05:51 pm
recently I'm looking for a way to make a wifi communication by Arduino and the Mac.
I said the Xbee modules but them, with a shields, are too expensive. So I also said the Fonera+ wifi modem.
That is very good and simple to use but there's a problem: the modem that all example I've found use a Fonera+ modem and and this is no longer in commerce.
My question is: Can I use a different models (as the last http://corp.fon.com/it/products/simpl/) and hack those?
Thank a lots.
P.s. I apologize for any semantic / grammatic errors: I am not English or American, but Italian.
Jul 15, 2011, 10:49 pm
seems no hackable like previous Foneras
I'm, too, looking for a low cost WiFi router 'OpenWRT compatible' to replace a bricked Fonera2
used in client mode......
Browsing here gives some solutions for this problem:
Jul 22, 2011, 07:51 am
My suggestion is the Asus WL-520gU. Very awesome low-cost router, runs OpenWRT and such great and super-easy to solder serial pins.