What do you mean by "the https servers"? Are you using some web service?
Are you asking about the User Agent?
If you access an external site by linking from a webpage in your app, then the browser sets the User-Agent. The server will get the User Agent from Mobile Safari on iOS, or whatever browser is used on other platforms. This would normally identify the device, and possibly the device firmware level (by correlating with the browser version).
When you access a web service, you can set the User-Agent header yourself to anything you'd like.
The Signal Module API might be what you are looking for.
1 signalStrength Signal strength value as a percentage 2 essid Current ESSID 3 macAddress Device's MAC address 4 adapterName Device's adapter name 5 dhcpServer Current DHCP servers address 6 dhcpStatic Whether the unit has a static or DHCP address 7 gateway Current gateway IP address 8 ipAddress Current IP address 9 rssi Signal strength in RSSI terms 10 subnetMask Current subnet mask 11 wins Current WINs server IP address
Did Jeremy call you with his engineers contact info?