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May be that your router has disabled the DHCP protocol, or the ethernet cable is not well inserted in the Arduino
The problem is that by default you can't access remotely to your router, but you need to perform an operation that is called port forwarding.From your local network you have to open the console page of your router; move to the page of port forwarding and insert the port 80 for the TCP connection and the IP address of Arduino. Once completed this, type on google My IP address and get it. Now you can remotely switch on and off your lamp from your smartphone
Yes, just ensure the batteries are of a good quality!
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