arduino uno over internet

HI every body. I have an arduino uno board with a shield board. I programmed the operation of a relay. Everything goes well via wifi but nothing via internet away from home. I cannot access the board.
Please help

does this help. I haven't done it yet myself so let us know how you go with it.

ragnar250643:
it's a arduino uno board with a shield board. Not a nodemcu. I programmed the operation of a relay. Everything goes well via wifi but nothing via internet away from home.

The method should not be that much different, how about you post the code !
Essentially once you've connected to your home wifi, you need to specify your service port and then you should be able to connect using your own home-IP address

You're trying to access your Arduino-based device from the internet when you're away from home?

It works the way you need it to when you're at home connected to your own WiFi?

If that's the problem, you need to adjust your internet router settings to allow connections from outside. This is called "port forwarding" but some router manufacturers use different jargon. TP-Link call it "virtual servers". Check your router documentation.

The link that Deva Rishi offered you covers this (See step 4). It doesn't matter that they were using a NodeMCU because the problem is the router, not the board.

Be warned, this is a huge kettle of fish in terms of security. Be very careful. Do a bit of research before you open the virtual gates.

Google "port forwarding".

Be careful what you wish for.

Make sure you have good access security on your device.
If you can access it from the outside, everyone else can, too.

Whether port forwarding will work or not depends on your ISP.
You need a public WAN address which some ISPs provide , others dont.

Have you considered Blynk?

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Please don't cross post!

I have reported this thread to the moderators.

Duplicate posts waste the time of the people helping you. I might spend 15 minutes writing a detailed answer on this thread, without knowing that someone already did the same in the other thread. This behavior is not very respectful to the people you're asking for assistance. Just because we give our time freely doesn't mean it has no value.

In the future, take some time to pick the forum section that best suits the topic of your question and then only post once to that forum section. This is basic forum etiquette, which you would already know if you had read the sticky "How to use this forum - please read." post you will find at the top of every forum section. It contains a lot of other useful information. Please read it.

Threads merged.

Again.

Read reply #10 again, or at least acknowledge that you are not interested in doing that sort of thing.