Can anyone help me with modify this to work with W5500 Ethernet module?
Please advice us what need to be modified and why it needs to be modified.
Thanks you very much.
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RE: How to start with Arduino and MySensors
Hi @mfalkvidd ,
thanks you very much for answer, very helpful.
Yes, WAN I mean over the internet, because in my "final vision" I want to have conectend more GWs from different buildings to the same controller. So is GW<->controller comunication somehow secured? Or is better to use MQTT? Or there should be always a VPN connection for sure in safety?
I have one more question - in manual how to make a ethernet GW is an option to choose W5100 or ENC28J60 module. Is there any significant reason why to choose W5100 when its price is almost 2x higher than ENC?
How to start with Arduino and MySensors
first of all please excuse me if this question was answered before.
I used UBNT mFi before for home automatization, but because that project is now dead I need to find some replacement, and I really like MySensors and Arduino family.
In past days I read many "how to" articles and watched tutorial videos, but before I'll make my first big order with all needed components i want to ask someone experienced for answers I didn't found.
I want to have in my new "smart home" Domoticz as controller, ethernet gateway, about 10 wireless nodes with temperature probes, motion sensors, door/windows magnetic sensors etc.
So my questions are:
- What I will need for GW? Arduino UNO + W5100 UNO shield + NRF24L01, right? Or I can do it simplier?
- For nodes I will need Arduino Pro Mini + NRF24L01, right?
- Which HW I will need for programing those ProMinies and NRF?
- Is there posibility to update nodes wirelessly later?
- Can i connect GW to controller on WAN? (I'll want to have conected many more GWs to same controller in the future)
Thank you very much for answers, and if you will have any aditional important information, please tell me, it wll really help me to start.
Have a nice day