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At first an device boots and starts an access point with a captive portal (secured using a random WPA2 key) to allow the device to be configured.

Onboarding a device onto a wireless network is achieved by connecting to the device's SSID and random password using a phone or other device. These connection details are displayed on the device's screen.

When a phone or a laptop connects to this SSID the browser is automatically redirected a captive portal. Through this portal the device web interface can be accessed and configured to connect to the desired network.

Once an device is connected to a wireless network in station mode the captive portal is disabled.