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I have BBB connected via USB, using PuTTY on windows In PuTTY, Host Name (or IP address) : 192.168.7.2 Port : 22 When I load session with above settings, then if we want to connect back to the PC, I type - ping 192.168.7.1 -> 20 packets sent, 0 received, 100% loss Always packets are sent but received is zero always Ps - I see this step in Derek Molloy's Beaglebone- Getting Started - Windows USB Network Adapter Setup Tutorial. Cant go ahead, I am stuck. He mentions the PC appears as 192.168.7.1 on network and BBB is 192.168.7.2 But when I try myself, zero packets are received Can anyone debug this problem?
Hi All, I've just found this forum. A friend and I are setting up a company to create development boards and useful kit, were calling it SolderSplash Labs. Our First product is up on Kickstarter right now, its called SplashBase. Its an LM3S6432 based development board with Ethernet, USB CDC, Eeprom, PWM output for RGB lighting, temperature sensor and 2 expansion headers. With the supplied firmware it will let you control it via your smartphone (Android or iOS) using the applications we have written. As well of course be re-flashable using the Ethetnet bootloader or external jtag. We will be designing a range of add-ons that can be stacked on top of the SplashBase Board. The first is a 4 Channel Relay board, this lets you turn "Things" on/off over your network, Each of the relays can be given a name that then appears on the smartphone, the TCP/ip stack uses DHCP and UPNP to make locating it on the network very easy. Were currently working on making it more of a programmable logic controller so that non programmers can set it up to perform actions when events occur. For instance, if a button is pressed close a relay. Or if the air temperature is above 30deg increase the PWM duty. Which can be set-up on the phone and saved by the SplashBase. This is working now and I'm currently adding more events/testing before I start adding it to the applications. Eventually we want to promote this feature as a way of getting kids interested in programming by showing them it's all just logic! Coming up we have a 24 channel servo board, this time utilising an Cortex M0 from NXP. This will be controlled via SPI and again lets you control many servos over a network or directly attached to your PC. Also A 0-10v Output board from controlling external light dimmers and many more.. Check out our blog : http://www.soldersplash.co.uk Please help us get the project out there, were not a big company with a marketing budget, so we need all the help we can get Thanks, Carl.
The ENC28J60 Booster Pack thread has got several posts that venture into wireless networking and internet of things. I thought it might make sense to bring these discussion to their own thread. The topic title might not be spot on, but it's fuzzy enough to cover almost everything :-) Please add your ideas and comments to this thread (maybe even re-post ideas from the ECN28J60 Booster Pack thread). I am currently playing around with a couple of CC2500 modules, which I am going to use for a small sensor network at home. Sensors could be anything such as temperature, humidity and motion sensors. I designed a simple protocol, which allows battery operated devices to turn off the radio-device for a prolonged period. Currently, I have a prototype setup consisting of 3 temperature sensors connected to MSP430 Launchpads, and a Stellaris Launchpad that collects measurements and submits them to a web-service. A 3v 250mAh battery is able to run a MSP430 launchpad for over a week with measurements being performed every 5 minutes. Now I am considering implementing the MAC layer (or parts of it) of IEEE 802.15.4 (low-rate wireless personal area networks, LR-WPANs). CC2550 will never be able to adhere the IEEE 802.15.4 specification, due to incompatible physical layer, but as I'm not really interested in compatibility this isn't a problem for me.