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CCS/CC3200-LAUNCHXL: "[WLAN EVENT] Unexpected event [0x5] [0x6] " error while configuring cc3200 wifi with provisioning AP mode

Part Number: CC3200-LAUNCHXL
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC3200

Tool/software: Code Composer Studio

Hello,

I am trying to configure my CC3200 WIFI using Provisioning AP method of WIFI Configuration. The CC3200 successfully generates hotspot but when I connect my phone to the mysimplelink hotspot then it genrates  following error on serial terminal:

Unexpected event [0x5]
Unexpected event [0x3]

My phone is successfully connected to mysimplelink AP but when I try to configure CC3200 using the simplllink app it again returns following error and configuration fail message apprears on APP screen.

Unexpected event [0x6]
Unexpected event [0x3]

what is the meaning of these errors and how can i resolve it??

Product: CC3200 Launch-XL 

SDK Version: SDK v1.3, SDK v1.5 (getting same problem on both SDK's)

SDK Example used for reference: Provisioning AP

Full Log: 

Starting Provisioning..
[NETAPP EVENT] IP Acquired: IP=192.168.1.1 , Gateway=192.168.1.1
[WLAN EVENT] Unexpected event [0x5]
[NETAPP EVENT] Unexpected event [0x3] 
[WLAN EVENT] Unexpected event [0x6]
[WLAN EVENT] Unexpected event [0x5]
[NETAPP EVENT] Unexpected event [0x3] 
[WLAN EVENT] Unexpected event [0x6]
[WLAN EVENT] Unexpected event [0x5]
[NETAPP EVENT] Unexpected event [0x3]

Thanks

Sanket

  • Hi Sanket,

    The problem relates to the application you are using on the CC3200 device.

    You should refer to the Provisioning AP example.

    The unexpected events you see needs to be added to the "SimpleLinkWlanEventHandler" and "SimpleLinkNetAppEventHandler" callback.

    For example, the WLAN EVENT:: 5 (-> SL_WLAN_STA_CONNECTED_EVENT) is expected during provisioning when the phone connects to CC3200 access point.

    same for the other "unexpected events" you see - those are expected events in the provisioning AP use case that should be handled by your app as demonstrated in provisioning AP example.

    Br,

    Kobi