Below are commands that you can use to connect and check the status of your WiFi connection using nmcli.
I usually use this when connecting my Rock Pi running Ubuntu to the WiFi Network. But commands below will also work as long as you have the nmcli in your Linux System.
Turn On WiFi
# Turn on WiFi
nmcli r wifi on
Scan WiFi Networks
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# Scan WiFi Networks
nmcli dev wifi
We will setup the ESP8266 to connect to your WiFi Network and then communicate with your computer over WiFi.
The goal is to setup the ESP8266 as a Web Server and for it to generate a random number that it will send via WiFi to a web browser.
You will only need the following for this tutorial.
- Adafruit Feather Huzzah with ESP8266
- microUSB cable
You do not need to solder the pins of the Adafruit Feather HUZZAH ESP8266 since we will not wire anything to it.
Continue reading ESP8266 WebServer WiFi Access – Quick Setup