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    Hello i use Arduino UNO R3 with PHPoC Shield.

    In PHPoC Shield i setup my custom IPv4 IP address with static IP address. In Wireless LAN i connect Infrastructure mode and connect the board with my local network.

    After, i try to connect PHPoC Debugger with board in order to upload my project but the only COM port that shows is NETWORK even though ι use usb cable...
    The problems comes whet i search for network connection, i get the message "The product not found"... I cange Response time and nothing happened.

    Any suggestions?

  • #2
    Connection through network is added on PHPoC firmware version 1.4.0 or later, and not enable by default. I am not sure which firmware version of your PHPoC Shield.

    For connecting via USB cable, do you see any "STMicroelectronics Virtual COM Port" on your device manager?

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    • #3
      Thank you for replying.

      I use 1.3.0 version. I will update to newest...

      At device manager shows only (USB Serial Port (COM3)


      • #4
        Hello Konstantinos,
        Please do the following step to connectPHPoC Shield to PHPoC debugger:
        - Stack PHPoC Shield on Arduino.
        - Connect Arduino to PC via USB cable
        - Connect PHPoC Shield to PC via micro USB cable.
        - Open PHPoC Debugger, Select comport and connect.

        If you still does not see any com port, please tell us:
        - PHPoC debugger version.
        - Check Virtual com-port driver (), Usually located in "C:\Program Files (x86)\SollaeSystems\PHPoC\virtual comport driver". Update driver for com-port on device manager.

        If problem is not solved, please feel free to comment here!

        Best regards,


        • #5
          It works. Thanks you!


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