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Re: WiFly Shield code library alpha 1 release (also SPI UART)

 by codester ¦  Fri Dec 10, 2010 11:47 am ¦  Forum: Wireless/RF ¦  Topic: WiFly Shield code library alpha 1 release (also SPI UART) ¦  Replies: 100 ¦  Views: 28675

Before I had a yellow and green flashing LED. Using "0" as the passphrase for a unsecure network worked and I just had a green flashing LED. It looks like there was a problem with the DNS somewhere and I put in the IP address for a website causing my green LED to stay solid and I was able to communi...

Re: WiFly Shield code library alpha 1 release (also SPI UART)

 by codester ¦  Wed Dec 08, 2010 5:42 pm ¦  Forum: Wireless/RF ¦  Topic: WiFly Shield code library alpha 1 release (also SPI UART) ¦  Replies: 100 ¦  Views: 28675

The WiFi I am trying to connect to has no protection so I use "" as the passphrase

croyles wrote: WEP 64 bit is not supported, and WPA requires you to edit the join method, changing to 'key', rather than 'passphrase' in the connect method.

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Re: WiFly Shield code library alpha 1 release (also SPI UART)

 by codester ¦  Wed Dec 08, 2010 10:05 am ¦  Forum: Wireless/RF ¦  Topic: WiFly Shield code library alpha 1 release (also SPI UART) ¦  Replies: 100 ¦  Views: 28675

I am having the same problems as other people. Typing $$$ has no effect when using the terminal program. When I try a example sketch the green LED flashes fast and the yellow LED flashes slower (but i think it is still considered fast.) From the user guide the green means no IP and the yellow means ...