Sep 09, 2019 · Since we are not running a captive portal, we will need to specifically browse to the IP address of the ESP32. Open a browser and enter 192.168.4.1 (or whatever you discovered the IP address of the ESP32 to be). You should be served the index.html page from the ESP32, which looks like a button and a circle. In our example, we will create an Access Point with ESP (the code will serve both ESP8266 and ESP32). After the creation of the AP, we will access the portal through IP 192.168.4.1 (which is the default to access it). So let's get the available networks, select one and save.

In our example, we will create an Access Point with ESP (the code will serve both ESP8266 and ESP32). After the creation of the AP, we will access the portal through IP 192.168.4.1 (which is the default to access it). So let's get the available networks, select one and save. Aug 20, 2015 · For example, you could have your ESP8266 have a static IP address and then register that IP with the DNS registrars. However, if you (like me) are a hobbyist with a DSL or cable modem connection to an ISP and you want outside agencies to reach your ESP8266 through the Internet, then I would recommend duckdns.org.