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Internet of Things Programming with JavaScript by Ruben Oliva Ramos

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Connecting to the home network and accessing remotely

Our Raspberry Pi will be working in a real network, so it needs to be set up to work with all the devices that will be together. For this reason, we need to configure our home network. We will show you how to use the Ethernet adapter and the Wi-Fi plug that can be used in the Raspberry Pi Zero.

Connecting with an Ethernet adapter

If you want to connect our Raspberry Pi Zero to the local network, you need to use a USB OTG Host Cable - MicroB OTG male to female from Adafruit. You can find it here: https://www.adafruit.com/products/1099. The board that we're using doesn't have an Ethernet connector, so it's necessary to use it to communicate with the devices from outside.

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