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Michael Schwarz

Member Since 26 Aug 2010
Offline Last Active Dec 15 2012 03:29 PM

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In Topic: Analog Input help...

09 November 2010 - 09:37 PM

OT: How are you creating those images? Michael

In Topic: Where to buy?

08 November 2010 - 05:07 PM

From today on it is also available directly from Germany by Watterott electronic.

Yes, I talked to them some days ago to put it on their shop... ;-)


In Topic: DHCP - getting different IP address each time I restart

07 November 2010 - 01:49 PM

You probably right concerning clientID, but it works fine with my Windows Server 2008 R2 DHCP server. And I use a reservation to fix my NetduinoPlus address.

Hi Pascal,

yepp, seems that it is working with Microsoft DHCP server. I tried it with the AVM box as well as another Linux box and had no luck. Not sure who could give a try to add this option, should not be a big deal.

Can you do another test? What if you try to renew the lease in your application? Think of a module that you will plug to different networks while it is running. Is this working? I have configured the IP to, then I get an IP address from my DHCP... then I disconnect from network... connect again and renew the lease and get :-(


In Topic: MFToolkit - new release (VS2010 support / .NET MF 4.1)

07 November 2010 - 11:20 AM

Hi, well, I never had the time to write a documentation or summary. Following main features are available: 1) Multi-threaded http server with support for cookies and form values 2) DNS client to read A, MX, TXT,... records 3) Helper functions to work with bytes: ByteWriter, ByteReader used to implement all the protocols i.e. for DNS; BitHelper;... 4) NTP client (in .NET MF replaced by TimeService) 5) C6820, GM862, uALFAT drivers 6) XBee support: AT and API mode 7) Mail, POP3, SMTP support not yet compatible to .NET MF 8) several helper methods in MicroUtilities Regards, Michael

In Topic: Arduino and Netduino pros and cons

06 November 2010 - 10:02 PM

Just me two cents: the Arduino I use for projects where the hardware is the bigger part of the project, and Netduino (or any other .NET MF board) if I have to do a lot of software development. I think that building a http server or a twitter client with Arduino maybe is not as easy as doing the same job with C#. Another big benefit I have is that I do C# development since the very beginning and have many libraries I can use (without any change). Regards, Michael

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