What are different modes in which esp8266 can function?
Just so, what is AP mode and Station mode?
Devices that behave like a wireless client may be called a station. When the Yardian is under station mode, it means that the Yardian is connected to a wireless router. It is one of the most common mode for all wireless routers. When Yardian is under AP mode, it means that Yardian acts as a wireless router with SSID.
Also Know, what can I do with esp8266? The ESP8266 is a $4 (up to $10) WiFi module great for internet of things/home automation projects (similar to Arduino but with built-in WiFi). You can quickly create a web server, send HTTP requests, control outputs, read inputs and interrupts, send emails, post tweets, etc.
Herein, what is Access Point and Station?
A station is any device that has such a card. Access points, also known as AP or hotspots, can let nearby WiFi-equipped stations access a wired network to which the access point is directly connected. In ad hoc mode, clients are connected to one another without any access point.
What is SSID in esp8266?
SSID is “ESP8266” and the password is “password”. After you have connected, open a browser and go to 192.168. Here you can see the ESP8266 is connected to JAMnet_2. 4GHz and has an IP address of 192.168. 2.107.