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I strongly recommend that you at least skim through the information on my page about how the ArduServer2 code was developed, but if you want just "the answer", here it is. At least here is the Teensy half of things. You use an ordinary web browser, e.g. Firefox, for the client. You can access an ArduServer over your LAN or across the internet.
I developed the following in November 2014, on a Windows 7 machine, with the Arduino environment 1.0.6, and Teenyduino (Teensy Loader) 1.20
You will have to change one line if you don't want to use port 80.
You will have to change the several lines with my URL (http://mon7nc...) if you want access across the internet. (Change the URL from my URL to your URL.)
You'll need to alter the LAN address line, if you haven't put your ArduServer on 192.168.0.240.
You may to change the line which sets the device's MAC. (You can use any number that isn't already used by something else on your LAN.)
If your LED is not on D5, and your phototransistor on A1, there will be other simple, single-line changes to make.
I have a Windows program which can run in an internet connected computer anywhere in the world, and keep an eye on the temperature where an ArduServer2 is. If the temperature falls below a level of your choosing, an alarm goes off.... the PC begins beeping. This is up and running, but not yet in a version for selling. If you want me to get the commercial version launched, write and say so, I'll see if I can get to it! Somehting similar could be written for ArduServer3
Arduserver 3 support circuits:
Remember: The code is explained for you at my page explaining the ArduServer2's creation.
And there's a separate page with help on the support hardware, including a PCB design for a suitable shield.)
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