I installed FRAM Wi-Fi sensor application using help of below mentioned site
In hyper terminal I am getting
-------Press ENTER for terminal prompt-------- Sensor App Version: v1.0.7 WLAN Enabled Starting First Time Config assoc TTTECALIXTO12345670 OK Attempting to connect using SSID: TTTECALIXTO12345670 > First Time Config Complete Connected to AP: TTTECALIXTO12345670 CC3000 MAC Address: 0:19:94:2f:e9:92 CC3000 IP Address: 192.168.1.103 Starting Server...Server Initialized on port 1204Waiting for Clients
How to add client in hyper terminal and CC3000 FRAM sensor gui it gives message ' Unable to access TP-LINK access point '.
What is the problem?
The terminal is saying you're connected to an AP with "TTT......" SSID.
Did you run first time config? I am surprised that your AP has the name of the SSID string. This doesn't need to be the case. The first time configuration stringis used in a 3rd device such as a phone or laptop to send the information on who to connect to the CC3000. Then the CC3000 connects to that AP. The AP itself doesn't know anything about first time config and that's the point, since it works with any system and any AP.
In any case your CC3000 is associated to the AP and is waiting for the PC's GUI to connect. The PC GUI is the client and the CC3000 board is the server.Make sure that your computer is connected to the same AP where the CC3000 is connected. Then, run the GUI and press skip. Select the right interface that is connectedto that AP.
The option to "continue" is only needed if you want to automate everything and not use first time config or other methods. What it does is to automatically associate the CC3000 to the AP but since yours is already associated, you don't need to do it and you can press "Skip".
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