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Subject: Re: Nanode network problem
From: Zandak <g8nh...@gmail.com>
To: nanode-users <email@example.com>
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Thanks to all for the suggestions.
Voltages and soldering are good, libraries and software are ok. It is
looking like a hardware issue. Will get a 'scope on it tomorrow
(today!) and see what is happening to the SPI lines etc.
On Dec 23, 8:21=A0pm, "Jon Bartlett" <J...@TheBartletts.org> wrote:
> Make sure you're using the latest EtherShield libraries. =A0You should se=
> '#define Nanode' and other code in the examples. =A0You need to load thes=
> into your Arduino Library folder.
> The '0' tells you the Arduino cannot get to the Ethernet controller... co=
> be soldering/hardware or software....
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com=
> On Behalf Of Zandak
> Sent: 23 December 2011 19:19
> To: nanode-users
> Subject: Nanode network problem
> I've looked at the other posts and they cannot answer my questions.
> Just built a Nanode (but no RF module fitted yet).
> Using Arduino 1.0 IDE
> Using the Ethershield library (tried Ethercard library too)
> Which Arduino board should be selected? (currently using the Arduino
> Nano w/ ATMEGA328. Correct?)
> I can flash the red and green LED's at will.
> When attempting to get network connectivity I cannot get further than:
> DHCP Client test
> Init ENC28J60
> Init done
> ENC28J60 version 0
> Failed to access ENC28J60
> Any ideas?
> Kevin- Hide quoted text -