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comment Bridging/connecting different wireless networks
So, if you add the last part I guarantee you the 50p. I do need symetric. I,ll send "questions" from my "home" network and need to receive the "answers".
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comment Bridging/connecting different wireless networks
If I'm not mistaken, both 255.255.255.0.
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revised Bridging/connecting different wireless networks
"Regards" - might be seen as clutter for you. In my culture we appreciate being polite both online and offline. As moderator I do appreciate your work, but was this really time well spent?
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accepted How to lock device id's to port addresses?
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comment How to lock device id's to port addresses?
Excellent post! Thanks. Some time when I stop my code I note that XBee will change port from USB0 to USB1. I don't know the cause of this, but if I in my code instead of using path /dev/ttyUSB0 uses for example /dev/serial/by-id/usb-Motorola_Inc._Motorola_Phone__C350_-if00 this problem will be solved, right?
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comment How to lock device id's to port addresses?
How could I possibly be mistaken of what OS I'm running? This is Debian on a Raspberry Pi.
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