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I am unable to send a POST request to my Xbee S6B module and have it passed to my MCU as an IPv4 RX message.

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I want to run a simple web server on the MCU attached to my Xbee S6B module but I'm unable to get HTTP requests to be delivered to the MCU. If I send a line that begins with "DUMB" it makes it through fine but if it begins with "POST" or "GET" it is never passed to the MCU. How do I get the S6B to pass through HTTP requests so I can implement server code on my MCU?
asked Jan 17 in IEEE 802.11 by dbetz New to the Community (2 points)

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Right now Digi is working on a version of firmware to fix this issue. The internal web server appears to be "catching" those POST and GET commands and not passing them out the UART.
answered Feb 14 by Rocker1446 Community Contributor (71 points)
Hello
When new firmware will be released?
Ok, I am preffered WI-FI module from STM.
They are better
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