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Anonymous
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Hi,

Where is 'wifi_config_dct.h' file in the 'appliance' application?

Thanks!

Cristian

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Anonymous
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I looking for this file in

include > default_wifi_config_dct.h

Sorry and thanks,

Cristian

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Anonymous
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I looking for this file in

include > default_wifi_config_dct.h

Sorry and thanks,

Cristian

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GregG_16
Employee

Yes. That file will be used for appliance app.  Please look at help blog for details. Associating the WICED module to an existing router

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Anonymous
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Thanks for your help

I have a new question. When I build the 'appliance' application,

the answer in the hyperterminal (putty) is:

Joining : <mY_SSID>

Failed to join : <my_SSID>

Joining : <mY_SSID>

Failed to join : <my_SSID>

Joining : <mY_SSID>

Failed to join : <my_SSID>

I tried with 3 AP but I can't connected. The security type is:

1º AP - Open

2º AP - WPA

3º AP - WPA2

In 2º AP and 3º AP, the <PASSPHRASE> are numbers, letters and ascii signs.

This password must be hexadecimal numbers?

Thanks!

Cristian

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GregG_16
Employee

Can you attach that portion of the default_wifi_config_dct.h file you are using?

Why is one mY_SSID and one my_SSID?

Joining : <mY_SSID>

Failed to join : <my_SSID>

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Anonymous
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I'm using this part:

/* This is the default AP the device will connect to (as a client)*/

#define CLIENT_AP_SSID                 "YOUR_AP_SSID"

#define CLIENT_AP_PASSPHRASE  "YOUR_AP_PASSPHRASE"

#define CLIENT_AP_BSS_TYPE         WICED_BSS_TYPE_INFRASTRUCTURE

#define CLIENT_AP_SECURITY          WICED_SECURITY_WPA2_MIXED_PSK

#define CLIENT_AP_CHANNEL          1

#define CLIENT_AP_BAND                 WICED_802_11_BAND_2_4GHZ

I search CLIENT_AP_CHANNEL with scan application.

but...If I will use TP-LINK with Open security...As I should doing? Or If I use 2º AP with WPA?

my_SSIP and mY_SSID is the same, sorry! This is my CLIENT_AP_SSID

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GregG_16
Employee

mY and my are different. I don't see either of them in the file.

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SeyhanA_31
Employee

Hi Cristian,

Need to update "YOUR_AP_SSID" to your AP SSID and "YOUR_AP_PASSPHRASE" to your AP password.

In test case I change "YOUR_AP_SSID" tp "TestWcdAP" and "YOUR_AP_PASSPHRASE" to "12345678".

Once the WICED device boots up it connects to my "TestWcdAP" automatically using the "12345678" password.

Hope it helps.

Anonymous
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Thanks seyhan but I use open security. How I can connect?

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SeyhanA_31
Employee

Hi Cristian,

Please set the CLIENT_AP_SECURITY to WICED_SECURITY_OPEN.

#define CLIENT_AP_SECURITY   WICED_SECURITY_OPEN

More options on the WiFi security mode could be found in ...\Wiced\WWD\include\wwd_constants.h.

-Seyhan

Anonymous
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Thanks for your help seyhan

- Cristian

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