1. Background

If you have an Arduino and an Ethernet shield, you can utilize Arduino as a web server.

You can receive data from a sensor using the web to control the sensor.

However, there is one thing you should keep in mind.

In the case of using a local IP, you cannot access the Internet. If you want to access the Internet, you should use a public IP address.

You can utilize this in a variety of fields below.

 

2. Examples on wiznetmuseum.com

2.1 Make a Web Server with Ethernet Shield Arduino+

In this case, a private IP is used to develop a web server so it could communicate locally. It can also just receive data.

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Tags: arduino, Ethernet, shield, web, server,

WIZnet Museum: https://wiznetmuseum.com/portfolio-items/make-web-server-with-ethernet-shield-arduino/

Source: https://boardinnovation.wordpress.com/2014/10/14/membuat-web-server-dengan-arduino-ethernet-shield/

 

2.2 Arduino Web Server LED Control

In this example, it can control a LED on/off.

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Tags: arduino, Ethernet, shield, web, server, controlLED

WIZnet Museum: https://wiznetmuseum.com/portfolio-items/arduino-web-server-led-control/

Source: https://startingelectronics.org/tutorials/arduino/ethernet-shield-web-server-tutorial/web-server-LED-control/

2.3 Garage-Door Web Server

In this case, it is an upgraded version based on the examples above.

Essentially, the web server detects when the door is opening/closing.

If you have an idea, you can apply the web server like this.

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Tags: arduino, Ethernet, shield, web, server, doorDetector

WIZnet Museum: https://wiznetmuseum.com/portfolio-items/garage-door-web-server/

Source: http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=58076.0

2.4 Arduino Web Server Data Logger

Last example I’ll cover is a data logger. You can use the web server to log data.

This project needs a SD card to store sensor data, which can be viewed on a web page.

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Tags: arduino, Ethernet, shield, web, server, data logger

WIZnet Museum: https://wiznetmuseum.com/portfolio-items/arduino-web-server-data-logger/

Source: https://startingelectronics.org/software/arduino/web-server/01-log-data/

 

Curator: Tom from WIZnet
Email: tom@wiznet.io