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2 netduinos / client-server pair?

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#1 w5uxh


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Posted 17 August 2013 - 06:41 PM

I have only just become familiar with the netduinos, and have a very basic question (I hope).  


I have a homebrew embedded device using a Teensy++ 2.0 module that I interface over a serial port to a Mac Mini.  I have just begun working with (learning) Visual Studio /.Net / C# in order to migrate my Mac app to Windows.


The intention is to then remotely connect a pair of these devices (CW "Morse Code" Keyboards) over the net so that the serial ports are functionally connected together.  i.e. data out of one device is seen as input to the other and vice versa.


If a pair of netduino plus 2 could be used instead of PCs on both ends, that would really be interesting.


Can anyone comment if the netduinos might be a reasonable way to go?


If I think this is practical, I will then start to study the netduino environment in earnest.






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