No, it doesn’t work as expected…
But the problem is not in AT commands,or part of the code which is sending them,Esp responds on them as expected…
- First problem is that Blynk.begin(auth, wifi, ssid, pass); if there is no network available,or router is turned down,or non existing ssid, halts,freaze arduino.
2.Second problem is that Blynk.connectWiFi(ssid, pass); doesn’t work.
I’m trying to make work arround but the problem i encountered is that
compiler dont accept Blynk.config(auth);…
no matching function for call to ‘BlynkWifi::config(const char )’
…bla…bla…bla…“candidate expects 4 arguments, 1 provided”
so i looked in BlynkSimpleEsp8266.h and found :
const char* domain = BLYNK_DEFAULT_DOMAIN,
uint16_t port = BLYNK_DEFAULT_PORT)
The right call of function would be :
So i will try and test it further…