Postby tz1_as_guest » Tue Jan 13, 2015 9:33 am
Postby Guest_Test » Tue Jan 13, 2015 5:39 pm
(Unfortunately, this is off by default in every pre-built firmware I can find, so I have to build a special version to test).
Postby ;-) » Wed Jan 14, 2015 3:46 am
192.168.4.101 -> 192.168.4.102 ping not possible
same, if ap connect as client to a router, only the master can answere.
but you can make a IPV6 Trick if you make your fw byself
write fw so, that the ap mode managed the connected clients by id. this must be 2 byte
so you can make a 192.168.4.1::[ID1:ID2] and forward this packet to the connected client.
ID1: connection ID
ID2: connected client
if client send, so sent it over the ap, the ap know if client want connect to client B
and forward the packet inside to the client b without router.
if client will connect internet ip so the ap send this packet to the router with id
the router send response to the ap, the ap will forward this to the requested client
hope this helps.
Postby Jean-Marie visitor » Fri Mar 06, 2015 6:44 am
However they can communicate and send characters to each other. The received characters appear on the serial line.
The procedure is explained on this forum, unfortunately in French. If the Google translation is too bad and if there is a demand, I could make a summary here.
Postby Jean-Marie visitor » Fri Mar 06, 2015 6:50 am
Postby guest » Fri Mar 06, 2015 9:46 am
Jean-Marie visitor wrote:It is true that two ESP stations within the same LAN can't see each other with the command AT+CWLAP.
ESP8266 station <-> router <-> ESP8266 station, this two stations can see each other..
any station <-> ESP8266 softAP <-> any station, this two stations can not see each other.. because ESP8266 softAP can not be a router..
What I mean is this: if there are two ESP8266 configured as Sation and AP and you make AT+CWLAP with the first ESP, he will be listed with all the APs but the second one will not be visible in the list.
But I realize I was wrong with the subject.
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