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I'm currently working on a project using 3 RaspPi 2 based on Win10 IoT. For my project, I need to send Arrays from one RPi (called here "master") to the others (called here "slaves"). I'm programming an app on Visual Studio.

I think that the best way to have a wireless communication is to set up an ad-hoc network on the "master" and connect the "slaves" to it.

Here are the questions : Am I on the right way ? Admitting that yes, I didn't find any information on internet to do that (and assuming I'm somehow a newbie on win10IoT) I failed to perform this task. Any idea how to do it ? :D

  • yes ad-hoc is the right way to think of it. Use Ralink RT3570 Driver based WiFi Adapters to achieve ad hoc mode. I do not use Windows 10 IoT so I could not help further but the initial idea is right. – Shan-Desai Mar 6 '16 at 19:29
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Yes, ad-hoc is the right way to think of it. Use Ralink RT3570 Driver based WiFi Adapters to achieve ad hoc mode. I do not use Windows 10 IoT so I could not help further but the initial idea is right.


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