Would this scenario work ?
I connect one Meraki via the wired connector to a laptop with a web
I then connect to the Meraki with a wireless iPhone or a wireless
Then one device is doing something for me.
What I want to do is use a Meraki as a smart webserver.
Since you mentioned it has Ruby onboard, I want to see if
I can use the webserver to collect data via the UART or GPIO on the
and present it to an iPhone. This would make the Meraki a
data collection/controller device and the iPhone would act as the GUI
is wirelessly connected to the Meraki.
If this is possible, I would ask if you might help me a little bit
to get the Ruby going.
On Jul 4, 2007, at 3:21 AM, Diarmuid Wrenne wrote:
You need one device connected to a router that is connected to the
internet. Then a laptop can connect wirelessly to it. I found that the
range of the meraki is less than the range of the wifi in my router. It
works great if you need to extend the range by using a second meraki. It
also is good in that you can plug a meraki directly to a computer that
does not have wifi. You will always need at least two merakis to get any
use out of them