Returns the SSID of the WiFi network for which the imp is currently configured
Device (from impOS™ 27)
DEPRECATED METHOD — DO NOT USE IN NEW CODE
String — the recorded wireless network’s SSID
Note This method is now deprecated. However, removing it altogether would cause users’ existing code to stop working, so we currently have no plans to do so. The recommended means of gaining the information this method returns is to call imp.net.info().
This method returns the name of the wireless network to which the imp is configured to connect, ie. the name of the network the imp will look for when it next attempts to connect. This may not be the same as the name of the network to which the imp is currently connected: its WiFi configuration may have been modified by imp.setwificonfiguration() after the connection was made:
The SSID is returned as a string of up to 32 characters and can be used to identify a particular wireless network. If the imp has no wireless network information recorded, the returned string is empty, ie.
Note This method has been removed from versions of impOS running on the impC001.