What does "CIP" and "CW" mean?

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What does "CIP" and "CW" mean?

Postby MuzzleVelocity » Thu Jul 06, 2017 4:21 am


I am trying to understand the meaning of the acronyms in the "AT" commands. (for instance, in AT+CIPSEND I know that "AT" originates from ATtention in the original Hayes command set. and "Send" is obvious of course...).

But what does CIP stand for? "Connection-InternetProtocol" is my closest guess?

and what about "CW"? "Connection Wireless"?

I can't figure it out. Thanks!

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Re: What does "CIP" and "CW" mean?

Postby Her Mary » Thu Jul 06, 2017 2:41 pm

I think your guess is correct! :D

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Re: What does "CIP" and "CW" mean?

Postby exerion » Mon Aug 14, 2017 6:22 am

Well they are under sections named "wifi commands" and "ip commands" (if i remmeber well) so I bet they stand for Command IP and Command Wifi. Makes sense since AT is for commands... so Command Wifi, Command IP.
Also could be connection, but they are some commadns not related with the conection really just functionality over a connection. Also could be Control...

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