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We want to find available WiFi networks near. So in tutorial there is command scan, which is send from CoolTerm program from PC.

Now we want to write program to Arduino which will do same operation, how it can be done?

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To my knowledge, the WifiBee doesn't support network scanning. You must specify the SSID of the Wifi network that it should connect to, the IP address it expects to be assigned, and the gateway address as part of its initial configuration.

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Sketch Arduino and PIC firmware for Wifly RN-XV modem configuration without Wifly library and with front-end.

Type in browser address bar: 192.168.1.195/YT to toggle LED and open a HTML page.

The microcontroller can be, with this firmware and Wifly, a server (switching the LED signal through 192.168.1.195/YT in address bar) or also client (the AD converter value is inserted in google databank).

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