WIFI

Have a look at this:
http://www.cooking-hacks.com/index.php/blog/tutorial-wifi-module-for-arduino-roving-rn-xvee

After connecting to a wifi network, can I sent data in the same manner as the wifi shield. I mean is there any difference in code when it comes to sending data to server and things like that.

sreedevk:
After connecting to a wifi network, can I sent data in the same manner as the wifi shield.

No. The official WiFi shield uses the official WiFi library. The WiFi/Xbee module uses text commands and text responses.

Can you guide me to connect the module to an open available wifi network and then sending a string of data to a computer. What I am looking for is to show sensor readings live in my web browser.

Hello...I have http://www.cooking-hacks.com/index.php/blog/tutorial-wifi-module-for-arduino-roving-rn-xvee this module. I am grabbing data from multiple sensors and want to send it to my computer....I want this data to be displayed in real time in a browser. Please help me with the sending of data to the server and about displaying it.
Thanks

Hello,
I am really desperate for an answer. I have this module which enables me to connect to a wifi network and that's working pretty fine. Now what I am looking for is to make my arduino a webserver. The text commands helps me to connect to the network. Now just help me find the ip address of my module and host a simple html page. When using wifi or ethernet shield, I can do this using client.println() function. How can I do the same using the module I have.
The link to the module:
http://www.cooking-hacks.com/index.php/blog/tutorial-wifi-module-for-arduino-roving-rn-xvee

Now just help me find the ip address of my module

It should be right there in the code, where you ASSIGNED it an IP address (local to the network).

So desperate for an answer, you posted essentially the same question twice three times

DON'T CROSS-POST.

Topics merged.

The device doesn't have a static ip. How can I host a server then plus how to host an html page.