Do they have Ip addresses in their WIFI settings that correspond to those digits perhaps?
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The first number should be the Wi-Fi address (or the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) and the second number is for the cell network.
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On the iPad, go to Settings->General->About.
In there you will see the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth MAC addresses listed individually as "Wi-Fi Address" and "Bluetooth". That should help clarify things.
There is no MAC address for the cell network - the cell network uses the SIM (and possibly the IMEI or ICCID) as the network identifier(s).
Thanks for inputs. These days I was very busy in troubleshooting MAC stuff.
In Filemaker GO(Ver.11) on iPad4
-by Get(SystemNICAddress) , you will get 3 sets of 12-digi,
my test result is , after cycle power,
1. you will get one set in random digi(whatever), the other two are the same all the times.
2. these 3 sets, their sequence will change.
-by using "MAC_address", it always gives you two sets which from 3 sets of Get(SystemNICAddress).
and if you go Settings->General->About, there to check . Sometimes MAC_address offers wrong completely if you cycle power couple of times.
My conclusion is, Get(SystemNICAddress) ,"MAC_address", don't work 100% correctly. Need to be careful in using.
By the way , testing on iPad2, I found everything goes well.