No keyword That’s right, port…

Well, add on the web server the addition of home WiFi network settings when you turn on the condition for the need to access via the Internet. I’ll go get a breadboard, the AHT10 sensor is just lying around) I’m sorry… If the project is also stable and works with a data archive, then all you have to do is shake hands for your efforts. And so to the author of good and all Muskovites as well. Connect to it by entering the password 12345678." The most necessary information to understand what it can be connected to is the type and graduation of this thermal converter. Now to the requests: is it possible to implement in the project access to the Web Muzzle of the WiFi relay in two modes: Via the Internet (for example, via the Telegram bot), and in its absence, according to the condition, the ESP8266 itself would raise its network to gain access to the Web server. In general, we need to drive the project live and most of the questions will be removed… I just didn’t find it in the text of the post: it seems like it just says “If you did everything right, then after flashing and pressing reset, you should have a new access point tthRelay. What graduation. As I understood from the post, we connect directly to the ESP8266 access point and get to the web interface, respectively.

No keyword

That’s right, port forwarding solves this issue. Respect to the author for the work done. About the fact that the relay is connected to the local network of the router – apparently I did not carefully read the post. Open source is not needed, as many here ask and lament that it does not exist.

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