Does anyone know a way of controlling pins with a enc20j60 over ethernet, it's really driving me insane!!!
For months now, I'm trying to find a way to control my lights and boiler without a my (apache) server, So i could use my router for that!
Due hardware incompatibility, mainly 5v vs 3.3v its not an option to solder it in to my router (and it has no usb). So i ordered a enc20j60.
I found a interesting example that worked: http://maniacbug.wordpress.com/2012/01/28/webserver/ But its to difficult for me to change (need push buttons) and its probably to big, to add another library on a pro mini.
I also found this, what i think is the best way to use an external web-server? http://http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,76125.0.html But it won't compile!!!
Alternative i was thinking to, use udp but i cant find an example of using it. I know linux, so i probably can link the web-page with netcat or some proxy. (understanding udp works similar? Please correct me when wrong!)
For now i really don't care what protocol, the only thing is that it can be done over ethernet. (with the enc20j60) ...Telnet maybe??? And the best way, should be something like: echoing "Pin13,HI" for example?
So please help me in the right direction!