Succeeded today in remote wireless programming a Funnel IO Arduino clone.
I had previously followed the instructions from LadyAda and got a very flaky program load – particularly with large files. Now following the Funnel IO route I have a reliable and solid way of remotely programming the board. I am using the Arduino IDE to upload the code. This also works well with direct use of avrdude.
The secret lies in the XBee configuration – this works for me.
|Command||Coordinator (i.e. a PC side)||End device (i.e. a FIO side)|
|ATRE – Reset to defaults|
|ATWR – Write the changes|
|ATCN – Exit command mode|
I think the main difference from my first attempts lies in the destination address (ATDL). I will test further to see what is needed – also how well this works for other Arduino types.