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Arduino Networking by Marco Schwartz

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Sending data to a server

It is now time to build the sketch for our first application using the Arduino Ethernet shield. But first, we need one more piece of data: the local IP address of your computer. Inside the Arduino sketch, we are going to specify where the Arduino Ethernet shield has to send the data.

Finding your IP address is easy, but it depends on your operating system. If you are using OS X, you can find your IP address inside Network Preferences.

Sending data to a server

If you are using Windows, you will find the information you need under the Network Settings in your Control Panel:

Another way under Windows is to go to Start, then Run, and type cmd. Then, inside ...

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