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Ability to get/set Network settings via code #2

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Scalpel78 opened this issue May 27, 2015 · 4 comments
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Ability to get/set Network settings via code #2

Scalpel78 opened this issue May 27, 2015 · 4 comments

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@Scalpel78 Scalpel78 commented May 27, 2015

Currently network settings can only be set using MFDeploy. It would be very useful if all the settings can also be set using code on the Netduino.

Having the ability to set the SSID, Autentication, Encryption, Static/DHCP etc via code will make it possible to connect the Netduino to new networks without having to use MFDeploy.

Also being able to READ the current network settings would also be useful, as it will allow us to only update the settings when needed, avoiding flash-burnout.

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@DevBiker DevBiker commented May 28, 2015

Completely agree. Would be very helpful in scenarios where doing demos of the device as well.

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@ghost ghost commented May 28, 2015

+1. Ideally, a refactor to allow setting and initialize without flashing at all. Eventually this can be tied together with querying available ssid and allowing selection and user entry of pass phrase at runtime.

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@Scalpel78 Scalpel78 commented May 28, 2015

Being able to set and initialize without saving to board would be nice, yes.

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@asarapas asarapas commented Nov 17, 2016

+1. A MUST have feature for sure

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