This API is available on Firefox OS for internal applications only.
getKnownNetworks method is used to retrieve the whole list of WiFi networks the device knows, regardless if they are available or not in the area surrounding the device. A known network is any network the device previously associated with by using the
var request = navigator.mozWifiManager.getKnownNetworks();
It returns a
DOMRequest to handle the success or error of the operation. If the operation is successful, the request's
result is an Array of Network object.
- A string representing the ssid of the network.
- A string representing the bssid of the network.
- An array of strings representing the special abilities of the network (currently, only
- An array of strings representing the security model of the network (currently supports
- A number indicating the absolute strength of the signal in dBm.
- A number in the range [0,100] indicating the relative strength of the signal.
- A boolean indicating if the device is connected to that network.
- A boolean indicating if the network is already known by the device (it has been used already).
Not part of any specification.
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