@vargasz , Ive renamed the topic as I thought it would be useful for a broader discussion of LINK and axoloti.
Wifi , so with something like a ESP8266, we would essentially need to interface with that (uses serial/AT commands) and then push the Link protocol over it.
whats interesting is that wifi link could potentially also be used for the 'axo bulk' protocol...
and this is a more general use-case that we see...
wanting to tunnel different protocols over the BULK interface , another example could be OSC.
I raise, this as, I personally think LINK would be useful if it was tunnelled over the USB connection to the PC/Mac... sure Wifi is convenient but it also suffers from jitter, and is a virtual no-go in a performance environment where 'wires are king' (ok, or radio tech)
I also wonder what possibilities there are for an ethernet adaptor, or is it just easier to use an arduino or similar with ethernet, and then use the usb bulk interface? (which would also be a possibility for wifi)
(Im assuming the advantage of a wifi board is its cheaper, and can be easily powered directly by axoloti, and doesn't use the only usb port)
has anyone had alot of experience using LINK with iOS, how is the timing?
(I probably should just get an app that can use it, and test for myself... but I don't really use iOS for music)