This sample allows testing Wi-Fi drivers for various boards by enabling the Wi-Fi shell module that provides a set of commands: scan, connect, and disconnect. It also enables the net_shell module to verify net_if settings.
Building and Running¶
Verify the board and chip you are targeting provide Wi-Fi support.
For instance you can use TI’s CC3220 by selecting the cc3220sf_launchxl board.
west build -b cc3220sf_launchxl samples/net/wifi
Using CMake and ninja:
cmake -B build -GNinja -DBOARD=cc3220sf_launchxl samples/net/wifi ninja -C build
Sample console interaction¶
shell> wifi scan Scan requested shell> Num | SSID (len) | Chan | RSSI | Sec 1 | kapoueh! 8 | 1 | -93 | WPA/WPA2 2 | mooooooh 8 | 6 | -89 | WPA/WPA2 3 | Ap-foo blob.. 13 | 11 | -73 | WPA/WPA2 4 | gksu 4 | 1 | -26 | WPA/WPA2 ---------- Scan request done shell> wifi connect "gksu" 4 SecretStuff Connection requested shell> Connected shell>