Here’s the guide to find iPhone’s MAC address. If you are connecting to a secure network which has separate blacklists and whitelists for MAC addresses you will need to find out MAC address of your iPhone first.
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Let me first tell you a little about MAC addresses first. MAC stands for Media Access Control. It’s a unique identifier for your devices be it a phone or a computer. They are assigned by the manufacturer and cannot be changed. Since its permanent in nature (unlike dynamic IPs assigned by DHCP) it is used to allow or refuse access to certain devices on a network.
Steps to find iPhone’s MAC Address:
Go to Settings > General > About.
Scroll down and look for the label “Wi-fi Address” as shown in screenshot. The value here is your MAC address. It will be of the format xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
Copy this address manually and put it in your Wireless modem or router to connect your iPhone or iPod Touch.