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Ren_Alex

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PIC WEB - 18F67j60
« on: October 13, 2014, 10:57:04 PM »
 I've been workin on a project with pic web by olimex rev C. It uses a PIC18F67J60 with all stack built. Everything is ok. I can see my page when connecting the board with crossover cable direct to a computer, but I don't Know how to put my webpage online to access from internet.  anyone could help me??

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Renato Silva

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Re: PIC WEB - 18F67j60
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2014, 01:43:13 PM »
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I can see my page when connecting the board with crossover cable direct to a computer, but I don't Know how to put my webpage online to access from internet.
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I'm a little bit confused.

What do you mean by "my page" and "my webpage"? Do you mean that you can see the default page, but you are unable to upload your own?
If so - check the README.txt file inside the project archive, in the section "Updating the webpage".
Otherwise please share more details about your problem.

Stanimir, Olimex
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Ren_Alex

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Re: PIC WEB - 18F67j60
« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2014, 10:58:49 PM »
Thanks for the reply. My doubt is how to put my page online to open via global internet. I have tested the page with a crossover cable plugged direct from the board to a computer but don't know how to put online through the global internet, to have access from any device over the world. By the way I've been trying to change the board default static ip adress with serial port. After changing it, it turns back to the old static IP adress when I check it. Could you help me? Thanks for your patience.   

Renato Alexandre

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Re: PIC WEB - 18F67j60
« Reply #3 on: October 18, 2014, 06:51:48 AM »
How you are connected to the internet? With a router? Do you have a static public IP?  Maybe all what you need is to configure your router to give fixed local adress to the device (via DHCP) and set the port forwarding on its port 80 (HTTP).