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XBEE WiFi S6B AT Connect to SSID

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Based on this tutorial - I can programmatically ( C++ ) setup one XBee S6B WiFi module in soft Access Point mode:

This question sheds light how to do a scan:

Basically, issue an ATAS command to find nearby SSIDs. So I can find my XBee in Access Point mode.

I can see in this command table how to check the status of a network join attempt:

Basically you issue an ATAI command to see the status.

But how do I "initiate" a connection. I can see that ATID sets the SSID for the client ( non-access point ) module. But how do I tell it to "Connect" now. The Access Point will be passwordless.

Thank you.
asked Jan 19, 2015 in IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) by PhilBee New to the Community (2 points)

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Once you have one XBee wifi module in Soft-Ap mode, hook up the other module and do an 'active scan' in X-CTU while having the console connected. You will then see all necessary commands being issued by the tool to connect to the AP.
answered Jan 22, 2015 by PhilBee New to the Community (2 points)
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I think as soon as you set the ID the client will try to associate with it.
answered Jul 9, 2015 by mike.mccusker New to the Community (9 points)