Here’s where things started to get a little more complex. At this point, I have a wireless system to transmit data from multiple nodes to a central hub (node0) which collects and shows the data via serial connection.
The general idea/goal is this:
- Arduino Nodes send data to central node
- Central node is connected to home network and sends this data to a LAMP server (Linux-Apache-Mysql-PHP)
- The server takes this data, breaks it into a mysql statement, and pushes it into the database to log
Continue reading Arduino Wireless Logging, Post Three: Mysql, PHP, and a little networking
So I’ve been working with this project off and on, mainly off due to time constraints with a new work shift/promotion. I’ve split the logs and dashboard readouts to allow for easier pulling of individual data. What this allowed me to do was to couple this with WordPress using iFrame to load the individual pieces. I then set up multiple pages for each PHP document to allow the refreshes to work normally. I’ve build and gotten a working version of a single ping test, so that’s off the checklist. My next goal is to build a queue of sorts to pull information from for a polling cycle depending on type of test, then run the tests I want. I’m starting with ICMP, but hope to go for basic SNMP once this works out. Stay tuned as always!