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# mbed-os-example-wifi #

Wi-Fi example for Mbed OS

## Getting started with the Wi-Fi API ##

This is an example of a Wi-Fi application using the Wi-Fi and network socket APIs that [Mbed OS]( provides.

The program brings up the Wi-Fi and the underlying network interface and uses it to scan available networks, connects to a network, prints interface and connection details and performs an HTTP operation.

For more information about Wi-Fi APIs, please visit the [Mbed OS Wi-Fi]( documentation.

### Supported hardware ###

* [u-blox Odin board]( built-in Wi-Fi module.
* [Realtek RTL8195AM]( built-in Wi-Fi module.
* [NUCLEO-F401RE]( with [X-NUCLEO-IDW04A1]( Wi-Fi expansion board using pins D8 and D2 _(of the Arduino connector)_.
* [NUCLEO-F401RE]( with [X-NUCLEO-IDW01M1]( Wi-Fi expansion board using pins PA_9 and PA_10 _(of the Morpho connector)_.
* [NUCLEO-F429ZI]( with ESP8266-01 module using pins D1 and D0.
* [NUCLEO-L476RG]( with ESP8266-01 module using pins D8 and D2.
* Other Mbed targets with an ESP8266 module, [X-NUCLEO-IDW04A1]( or [X-NUCLEO-IDW01M1]( expansion board.
  *(The Mbed target board the Wi-Fi shield connects to shouldn't have any other network interface, for example Ethernet.)*

ESP8266 is a fallback option if the build is for unsupported platform.

#### Connecting the ESP8266 ####

To connect the ESP8266 module to your development board, look at the [ESP8266 Cookbook page]( In general, this means hooking up the ESP8266 TX pin to `D0` and the ESP8266 RX pin to `D1` on your development board.

**Note:** On NUCLEO development boards, pins `D0` and `D1` are used for serial communication with the computer. Use pins `D8` (to ESP8266 TX) and `D2` (to ESP8266 RX) instead.

#### Connecting the X-NUCLEO-IDW0XX1 ####

To connect the [X-NUCLEO-IDW04A1]( or [X-NUCLEO-IDW01M1]( expansion board to your NUCLEO development board, plug the expansion board on top of the NUCLEO board using the Arduino or Morpho connector.

##  Getting started ##

1. Import the example.

   mbed import mbed-os-example-wifi
   cd mbed-os-example-wifi
2. Configure the Wi-Fi shield to use.

   Edit ```mbed_app.json``` to include the correct Wi-Fi shield, SSID and password:

       "config": {
 	  "wifi-shield": {
               "help": "Options are WIFI_ESP8266, WIFI_IDW0XX1",
               "value": "WIFI_ESP8266"
           "wifi-ssid": {
               "help": "WiFi SSID",
               "value": "\"SSID\""
           "wifi-password": {
               "help": "WiFi Password",
               "value": "\"Password\""

   Sample ```mbed_app.json``` files are provided for ESP8266 (```mbed_app_esp8266.json```), X-NUCLEO-IDW04A1 (```mbed_app_idw04a1.json```) and X-NUCLEO-IDW01M1 (```mbed_app_idw01m1```).
   For built-in Wi-Fi, ignore the value of `wifi-shield`.

3. Compile and generate binary.

   For example, for `GCC`:

   mbed compile -t GCC_ARM -m UBLOX_EVK_ODIN_W2
 4. Open a serial console session with the target platform using the following parameters:
    * **Baud rate:** 9600
    * **Data bits:** 8
    * **Stop bits:** 1
    * **Parity:** None
 5. Copy or drag the application `mbed-os-example-wifi.bin` in the folder `mbed-os-example-wifi/BUILD/<TARGET NAME>/<PLATFORM NAME>` onto the target board.
 6. The serial console should display a similar output to below, indicating a successful Wi-Fi connection:
 WiFi example

Network: Dave Hot Spot secured: Unknown BSSID: 00:01:02:03:04:05 RSSI: -58 Ch: 1
1 network available.


MAC: 00:01:02:03:04:05
RSSI: -27

Sending HTTP request to
sent 38 [GET / HTTP/1.1]
recv 64 [HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently]


## Troubleshooting

If you have problems, you can review the [documentation]( for suggestions on what could be wrong and how to fix it.