Hey everyone, I got the replacement nano router, and finally got it up and running. It is working really well! I put together a quick little sketch with Xively's service to read a DS18B20 temp sensor. You can check out the feed here: https://xively.com/feeds/835109294
I gotta say, I'm pretty impressed. The nano router was super easy to setup, and Xively has tons of examples so it was easy to put together a working test. Being able to graph and access my data from anywhere is really cool. I read that you can supposedly turn things on and off through Xively, but I haven't figured that out yet.
Hunter, I know you were pretty excited to hear my thoughts on the nano, and so far its obviously a big thumbs up, but I just wanted to make sure you know that you also need an ethernet shield, or another way to connect the arduino to ethernet (something like this will work too: http://www.robotshop.com/en/w5100-et...rk-module.html
). I didn't make that clear when I first mentioned it. If you already have one, then perfect, get the router. I was lucky enough to get it on sale for like $15. If you don't already have one check out Adafruit's wifi shield for $40:
They also have a low cost breakout board for $35:
If I didn't have the ethernet shield already, I would go for one of those. However, I don't know if they ship to APOs.