I am trying to connect a Rspby Pi Zero to the internet through a physical cable. Some micro USB to Ethernet femel adapter exist but they charge a lot for it and I am looking for faster delivery.
So the two solutions I am thinking of are:
- Use a ethernet entry like this one: [url]https://www.mouser.fr/datasheet/2/744/Seeed_103020011-1217534.pdf
Connect it with grove to Dupon connector : [url]http://duinoedu.com/store1/cables-et-fils/28-gc30adf.html To the Raspberry Pi Zero Gpio # 3, 4, 5 and 9 according to this scheme of GPIO map [url]GPIO Pinout Orientation RaspberyPi Zero W and this convertion of grove connector to GPIO : [url]http://www.switchdoc.com/2016/02/tutorial-intro-to-grove-connectors-for-arduinoraspberry-pi-projects/
Would this be correct and work without frying my Pi ?
2nd Option, use the same ethernet entry : [url]https://www.mouser.fr/datasheet/2/744/Seeed_103020011-1217534.pdf
Connect it with a grove to micro USB cable that I need to build from a grove to Dupon connector and a micro USB head
Again, would this work ? Thankd for your feedbacks if you already tried or have an idea about those setups.
UPDATE with info from a comment:
I know that it is possible to connect the Pizero to the internet through micro USB to USB cable with a computer. What I am trying to achieve, is to connect the Pi Zero to the internet through its micro USB port using a micro USB to Ethernet cable/adapter that would enable me to use a ethernet RJ45 cable that can be plugged into a RJ45 wall plug. The objective is to be able able to connect the PiZero to the local internet network without having to constantly use a computer to do the interface.