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#15650
Sara Damiano
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I’m not sure if it’s possible – or if it is, it’s not going to be easy.  When you log in with your phone or your computer, you go through a series of browser pages where you submit form data with your credentials, etc.  I would guess that you’d have to manually figure out what the URL for each of those pages is and manually create each of the proper submissions to each page and then follow the redirects from each to get to the next page.  There’s nothing I know of built into the firmware for the S6B to handle that sort of stepping through.  The ESP8266’s “AT” firmware that ModularSensors uses couldn’t handle it either.

I’d suggest creating a hot-spot from your phone or laptop and then connecting your S6B/mayfly to that.