Originally Posted by kickflip_mj
How did you get the RPI to interact with the Brewtroller as its ethernet module?
You have to install in the RPI the following software:
- a lightweight web server (let's say Lighttpd is ok for that)
The RPI should operate as a gateway router, in order to talk in the right way with the brew troller. The brewtroller should be configured with a static IP and the same IP must be set in the web page of the brewtroller web app.
If you need to access the RPI web server from your iPad, so in wifi, I think you should add an usb wifi dongle to the RPI, connecting it to your wireless network. You access the RPI's IP from your Safari's iPad and you should see the brewtroller web app shown. Just be sure to put the brewtroller web app files in the main web server root, or another subfolder. Just remember to access the right folder or subfolder.