SSID Changed - can not be found
So I sold my V-King and are trying to help the customer connecting to his wifi. The SSID has been changed on the router to "Sørensen Sport" and when I try to ender this to the network list it saves but when activating the wifi with M552 S1 it does not find the network
Do I need the original SSID or is there a problem with unknown characters in this name?
Here is the error from YAT:
ok<LF>WiFi module started<LF>WiFi reported error: no known networks found<LF>WiFi module is idle<LF>
I wonder if the
øis an issue.
You can send M587 by itself to read back saved SSIDs to see if anything was added sucessfully.
You can also send
M588 S"*"to forget all currently saved SSIDs and then try to readd them.
Sometimes sending SSIDs over USB is problematic due to the way terminals send special characters or all capitals, so sometimes it can help by creating a macro on the SD card with the command to add the SSID and then executing the macro.
; Add default wifi network ; M291 R"Add default WIFI network? Y/N" P"This will add duetwifi access point." S3 T10 M552 S0 ; Disable network module G4 S5 ; wait 5 seconds M587 S"NETWORKNAME" P"PASSWORD" ; Add duet wifi SSID to remembered networks list G4 S5 ; wait 5 seconds M552 S1 ; reenable wifi module M291 R"duetwifi SSID added." P"Check console to verify IP address."
; Clear all wifi networks ; M291 R"Clear WIFI networks? Y/N" P"Caution. New network must be added." S3 T10 M552 S0 ; Disable network module G4 S5 ; wait 5 seconds M588 S"*" ; Clear all saved wifi networks M291 R"WIFI networks forgotten." P"You must add a new WIFI network."
The networks seems to be saved:
Remembered networks:<LF>Sørensen Sport IP=0.0.0.0 GW=0.0.0.0 NM=0.0.0.0<LF>ok<LF>
If possible I would try testing with a simplified SSID such as
sorensonsportno special characters, no capitals, no spaces.
Also, are you sure the SSID in question is a 2.4Ghz access point? The Duet cannot connect to a 5Ghz network. If possible on the router, create a separate 2.4Ghz network.
It is an access point with 2.4 and 5ghz network. We will try to set up another one with a simple ssid
As a sanity check you can configure the Duet to run in access point mode to see if the wifi module, etc is functioning correctly.