The new version i3 Pro (the old name: i2 control v 3.0.0) has a capability to get names of WiFi nets, to which a device can be connected.


To do it, call the new functions in iRidium Script
IR.GetCurrentWlanInfo() - information about internet connection, it contains data array:



  • Name - gives the name of connection point
  • ['SSID'] - net identifier.

IR.GetCurrentLocalIPInfo() - information about local connection, it contains data array


  • Name - gives the name of connection point
  • IP - gives IP address of the connection
  • Mask - gives the mask of the subnet
  • MAC - gives MAC address of the netcard
THIS FUNCTION WORKS IF THERE IS CONNECTION TO WI-FI NET


To study it in detail download SSID project.

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