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Alan_37
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Telnet ENC28J60

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Hi

I am just getting started with this Module I would like to make a telnet connection it is possible using Arduino IDE
but would like to make it with flowcode, I have experimented with the HTTP server example it almost works
but the only problem is that the module closes the connection right after sending the data.
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is there a way to keep the connection alive?

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Re: Telnet ENC28J60

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Hi Alan,

Can you post your project file. You may simply be able to use the keep-alive tag in the header?

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/doc ... Keep-Alive

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Re: Telnet ENC28J60

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hi Benj, thanks for your quick reply.

As I said I am just getting started what I want to accomplish is sending commands to my MCU via HTTP and telnet
but before I start to build my flowchart I want to make sure that I can make the connection using the HTTP and telnet protocol
so for now, I am experimenting the HTTP + Ping example file from the wiki.

Just tried replacing the header but no luck the connection keeps closing down.
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Below is how a telnet connection looks like
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Re: Telnet ENC28J60

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hi

For all those who need a network to serial bridge for your microcontroller
here is the Answer "esp-link" this free software for esp8266 makes it possible
to establish Telnet to serial connection, send commands to the microcontroller
via it's HTTP web interface, flash connected AVR, ATmega & ARM processors
also, you can send a command to the microcontroller with a GET request from anywhere
just use the example below.

http://192.168.1.50/console/send?text=sting_to_send%3F

This is exactly what I was looking for hope someone finds it useful as I did.
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https://github.com/jeelabs/esp-link/releases

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