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thank you very much for your help.I followed your help and I copied all three codes with the extension. ino and I copied them all in one folder then I open IDE 1.0 code Nanode_SpaSitter_monitor_V_1_0.inoand verify you have solved the problem I was talking about, but now I'm another error occurs at line number 455if (ether.dhcpExpired ()) dhcp_status = 0;by writing:Nanode_SpaSitter_monitor_V_1_0.cpp: In function 'void loop ()':Nanode_SpaSitter_monitor_V_1_0: 453: error: 'class EtherCard' has no member named 'dhcpExpired'can you help me understand how to solve?thanks in advance for the time you give to me.
Looks like the ethercard library has changed. Look at this link below. Replacing ether.dhcpExpired() with !ether.dhcpvalid() fixes the issue https://github.com/jcw/ethercard/issues/36
Hello. I followed your advice and modified the line" ether. dhcpExpired() with! ether. dhcpvalid()" but the problem remains. When I go to make the verification with the new line I always been mistake. I ask you if you could send me your old library EtherCard that uses in your project so that I insert in my and I can so resolve error. Alternatively you could tell me a link where download the library with your same relay.
It looks like anything before Aug 7 2012 in the EtherCard Library will have the dhcpExpired. You can try the link below and download a prior version from github.https://github.com/jcw/ethercard/tree/950c016aacc67e65464e942a584f34173ad45bccPlease only post your questions once on the forum and use either this comment section or the forum and not both. Thanks.
Thanks I will try to follow your advice to download the library from the link that I've written. Excuse my double post questions in the confusion, I often find myself reading your forum using a smartphone and the vision of the page is more difficult. I apologize if I created endless problems.
hi is tere a an rf enabled version for emncms?