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D1 mini module - ESP8266 WIFI launch, start from IoT, Blynk, Thingspeak

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  • #31
    TechEkspert
    Editor
    I checked it in a scenario where the module was connected to a router that was a Wi-Fi AP sharing the internet.
  • #32
    TDA2593
    Level 9  
    I do not have much experience in this topic. Does the WiFi module need to see the router's network? What exactly does AP abbreviation mean? Sometimes I connect to the Raspberry, with a dedicated soft directly via a cell ... Regards.
  • #33
    inot
    Level 23  
    Quote:
    Does the WiFi module need to see the router's network?

    It's rather the opposite. The module should register with the router.

    See how the module reports through the serial port (USB).
    AP = access point.
  • #34
    TechEkspert
    Editor
    AP, i.e. a WiFi access point that provides internet connection, such as in hotels or at McDonald's, to which you connect, for example, with a smartphone or laptop. If you log into the router with the AP, you can see what the module does in the log. Information from the module's serial console (via USB) can also be useful.