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Filip

Member since Jun 2016 • Last active Jun 2016
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  • in ESP8266
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    The following is my output. It still does not work despite the fact that I'm connected to different router right now. Obviously there is bug somewhere, which is very discouraging

    >var ESP8266=require("ESP8266");
    =function () { [native code] }
    >var Wifi = require("Wifi")
    =function () { [native code] }
    >Wifi.getIP();
    ={
      "ip": "192.168.2.203",
      "netmask": "255.255.255.0",
      "gw": "192.168.2.1",
      "mac": "5c:cf:7f:80:0c:86"
     }
    >ESP8266.setLog(2);
    =undefined
    > 60000> Thu Jan 01 00:01:00 1970, heap: 10600
    ESP8266.ping("192.168.2.1", function(e){ console.log(e);});
    =undefined
    >111956> Received a ping response!
    { "totalCount": 0, "totalBytes": 0, "totalTime": 0, "respTime": 0,
      "seqNo": 0, "timeoutCount": 0, "bytes": 0, "error": -1 }
    >113081> Received a ping response!
    { "totalCount": 0, "totalBytes": 0, "totalTime": 0, "respTime": 0,
      "seqNo": 0, "timeoutCount": 0, "bytes": 0, "error": -1 }
    >114256> Received a ping response!
    { "totalCount": 0, "totalBytes": 0, "totalTime": 0, "respTime": 0,
      "seqNo": 0, "timeoutCount": 0, "bytes": 0, "error": -1 }
    >115406> Received a ping response!
    { "totalCount": 0, "totalBytes": 0, "totalTime": 0, "respTime": 0,
      "seqNo": 0, "timeoutCount": 0, "bytes": 0, "error": -1 }
    >116531> Received a ping response!
    116532> ping 5, timeout 5, total payload 0 bytes, 5703 ms 
    { "totalCount": 0, "totalBytes": 0, "totalTime": 0, "respTime": 0,
      "seqNo": 0, "timeoutCount": 0, "bytes": 0, "error": -1 }
    >120000> Thu Jan 01 00:02:00 1970, heap: 10600
    
  • in ESP8266
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    yes I'm connected to wifi see the require("Wifi").getIP() result below. I'm able to ping to my board from my PC but not the other way around.

    { "ip": "192.168.1.29", "netmask": "255.255.255.0", "gw": "192.168.1.1", "mac": "5c:cf:7f:80:0c:86"
     }
    
  • in ESP8266
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    Hi All,
    I'm simply trying to send a ping request to my router with ESP8266.ping function, my callback gets called but the result is always negative as if my router is not alive but it is. I have the latest nodeMCU board with espruino 1v85. Any idea?

    The code I'm running :

    var ESP8266=require("ESP8266");
    
    ESP8266.ping("192.168.1.1", function(e){
    
      console.log(e);
    
    });
    

    and the result :

    { "totalCount": 0, "totalBytes": 0, "totalTime": 0, "respTime": 0, 
      "seqNo": 0, "timeoutCount": 0, "bytes": 0, "error": -1 }
    
  • in General
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    @DrAzzy thanks for the tip it has worked when I called the pinMode beforehand.

    Hi @Gordon, it seems also newer versions need pinMode call because I have a nodeMCU ESP-12E with espruino_1v85

  • in General
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    hi @allObjects , thanks for your quick response and recommendations. I just want to clarify two things.

    1. The code below runs perfectly, but it does not run in the form I described above.

    var toggle=1;
    setInterval(function() {
      toggle=!toggle;
      digitalWrite(D5, toggle);
      
      console.log(toggle);
    }, 1000);
    
    1. As you assumed, I write my code in the right pane and upload it. Then I say save() in the left pane. I can see onInit() gets called and the console logs true, false.... I mean everything works as expected except digitalWrite()
  • in General
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    The following code seems valid but the led is not blinking. The console output is correct. It is as if digitalWrite is not working.
    When I run the code without save() and onInit() functions, inside simple setInterval the led is blinking. Any iade?

    var toggle=1;
    
    
    function start(){
      
    setInterval(function() {
      toggle=!toggle;
      digitalWrite(D5, toggle);
      
      console.log(toggle);
    }, 1000);
    
    }
    
    function onInit() {
      start();
    }
    
  • in ESP8266
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    I tried the baud rate 57600 unfortunately with no success :( In the meantime; I played with arduino IDE and everything is working. I do not really understand why I can't get Espruino worked, which is a little bit discouraging...
    BTW; when I try to connect, web IDE is giving the following messages. Does it ring a bell?

    >>> Connecting...
    Set Slow Write = true
    Unable to open device (connectionInfo=undefined)
    ERROR: Unable to open device (connectionInfo=undefined)
    >>> Connection Failed.
    

    Update :
    I have solved my problem. It seems Web IDE needs some special authorizations when it is working under linux. I can't still make it connect to the port but it works via TCP port. I followed the tutorial here .

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  • in ESP8266
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    I have already done what you said couple of times but still IDE shows me an error saying "connection failed!"

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