I'm using ESP8266-12f as a WiFi module only. In my program, there is a LED that must change color when there is at least one station connected to ESP, so I need to know how many stations are connected to my ESP.
How should I find it by AT+COMMANDs?
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Ah ok, thx. Shame.
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