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Being a newbie here (hence my nickname), I had a few questions:
1. How do you know if your .net project is reaching the limit the board can hold? What files are loaded to the board? What do you check to make sure you are within limit?
2. Is the code loaded to the device compiled code or interpreted?
3. Can the file loaded to the device be pulled by someone else?
4. How would one go about protecting the code so it can only be loaded to "our boards"?
5. Did I see right that in the .net stuff I can assign my own MAC addresses to my boards?
I know that commercial use of Netduino has been somewhat discussed here.
Would anyone care to discuss specifics of their applications? We are considering doing some stuff but want to talk to people who have done it so we don't reinvent the wheel on some stuff.
Has anyone yet made derivative boards designs using Netduino? If so, what was the motivation to use a different board design? Also, what did you do for packaging the board in an enclosure?
Lastly, has anyone done a POE implementation on the board itself?