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robtillaart


check the site - www.no-ip.com - you can get a real hostname that maps onto your router.
Forward the router-port to your arduino -
The Arduino must have a fixed IP address in your local network (outside your DHCP range)

and your done (between 1-10 hours later :)
Rob Tillaart

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renzo893010

I'm already recorded in no-ip.com and i will use host service when i will see that I'm able to communicate with ardu eth.

This are all "ideas", i need pratical advice for find my ip :smiley-slim:
All the rest are secondary problems :-)

tanks all

zoomkat

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This are all "ideas", i need pratical advice for find my ip


Once again, which IP address are you wanting to find, the IP address assigned to the arduino ethernet shield, the LAN IP address of your router, or the WAN IP address of the router which the outside world uses to connect to your router?
Consider the daffodil. And while you're doing that, I'll be over here, looking through your stuff.   8)

renzo893010

good question :~

I think that i need to know the last one.
I need to connect a remote device to my router which communicate to eth shield

zoomkat

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I think that i need to know the last one.


To find the router WAN IP address you can 1). go to your router's setup application and see the assigned WAN IP address there, 2). write some code to parse the return info from the  http://www.whatismyip.com site, or use the www.no-ip.com service to do the work for you. Study up on these options.

Consider the daffodil. And while you're doing that, I'll be over here, looking through your stuff.   8)

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