Sorry if this question is on the fringe of this forum.
I have an Arduino UNO WiFi Rev2 that gathers data from a dust monitor and connects to an app running on a PC.
It works perfectly on mu Vodafone router at home but when I take it to the woodworking club, I can’t connect through the TPG router.
I have posted the query below to the TPG site. DOes anybody have any thoughts on what might be going wrong:
I am working on behalf or Waverley Woodworkers. We have recently had TPG NBN installed which includes the Archer VT1600v Router.
We have a dust monitor device to which an Arduino with WiFi is connected. There is an app running on the club PC which collects and stores the data gathered by the dust monitor.
This arrangement has been commissioned in my home office using my Vodafone modem and it works perfectly.
At the club, I can see both the PC and the Arduino when I view the Network Map.
I can see diagnostic output from the Arduino that shows it has successfully connected to WiFi.
I can see diagnostic output from the app running on the PC showing it has instantiated a server and offered a connection to a client using TCP/IP.
However, the attempt by the Arduino to connect as a TCP client never eventuates.
The connection is using port 8888. Do I need to do something to get the Archer config details to allow this connection.