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Intel GALILEO: 101 -- Ethernet

Published in11:41 2015-12-29| Time reading| sourceCSDN| ZeroArticle comments| authorCSDN

Abstract:In this guide, you will learn how to set network access for Intel Galileo development board, and through Ethernet to obtain an IP address. Want to learn about Wi-Fi* card settings? Please refer to the Intel Galileo development board integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth card set

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Summary

In this guide, you will learn how to set network access for Intel Galileo development board, and through Ethernet to obtain an IP address. For Wi-Fi* card setup?The Intel Galileo development board integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth card set

Requirement

  • The second generation Intel Galileo development board with power supply
  • B Micro turn A USB Type cable
  • A 6 pin serial Type A USB cable (FTDI cable # TTL-232R-)
  • Ethernet cable and router connection

Set hardware

1 switch on the power of the development board and plug in the Ethernet cable. Ethernet port should be connected to the indicator light.

2. If it is the second generation of the Intel Galileo development board, 6 pin serial connection turn type a USB cable (ftdi cable # TTL-232R-).

Figure 1FTDI 6 pin cable in black (in the picture at the bottom) connected to the GND.

3 open Arduino (also can not open), through the end of the program will be connected to the development board.

4 click on the Arduino in the Tools - > Serial Monitor.

Figure 2Serial monitor screen in Arduino

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