Research and write server-side experimental test mobile code. Goal is to collect as much info about a mobile phone's multiple connections (wifi, lte, etc) info as possible, but doing this only from the server-side (without a mobile app). It is possible to collect some (but not all) information about the phone's multiple connections. For example if you goto [login to view URL] -- in addition to displaying the public WAN IP address (that is easy for the web server to see), it is also possible for web server to also collect the phone's local IP address too. The deliverable is: Write web-side code to display all of the mobile phone's connection info as possible, including MAC address, local and public IP addresses (of both the LTE and WiFi connections). Clearly this is all possible to do with an app, but need to do this from the web-server side only. Likely solution is to write code which runs on the mobile device, downloaded from the server, which can then detect the mobile device's MAC address, local and public IP addresses of both the WiFi and LTE cellular connections, plus any and all additional related info. Deliverable is: Create a website which displays this info, when a mobile device browses to this webpage using the safari and/or chrome mobile browser. Initially do for iPhone, then also investigate if any other methods might be possible when an android mobile phone browses to this page. Deliverable is both: a) the demo web page showing this info and b) the source code of the web server and/or downloaded mobile run-time code running on the mobile to collect this info. Deliver first test within 5 days, complete within 7 days. Must be able to start immediately.