Serial Monitor with remote IP

Hi all,

I’m doing an application where I communicate arduinoIDE and my PC with ubuntu via network.

On my pc with ubuntu I installed telnet and avahi-daemon.

Telnet is listening on port 23.
Avahi-daemon is configured in this way:

<?xml version="1.0" standalone='no'?> FLUO WI-FI _arduino._tcp 80 board=unowifi tcp_check=yes ssh_upload=no auth_upload=yes

On ArduinoIDE I select the board “unowifi”, then I select the “IP Address” port, and then I try to open the “Serial Monitor” but I get the following error:

“Serial monitor is not supported on network ports such as 192.168.1.111 for the Arduino Uno WiFi in this release”

What am I doing wrong ?

I'm doing an application where I communicate arduinoIDE and my PC with ubuntu via network.

How are you getting the IDE to communicate with the PC?

The ONLY thing that the IDE can communicate with is a serial port on the PC that it is running on, and the ONLY reason it does that is to upload code to the Arduino.

What am I doing wrong ?

Just about everything.

Just now I found this Uno WiFi related question.
To access Uno WiFi's factory firmware or esp-link firmware's 'WiFiSerial' output you need a telnet client, not a telnet server.