|Actually there is a way. I feel a bit of a plum for forgetting how to do it. problem is you need a business grade router and I am only Cisco trained and I never looked into the setting up a wireless business grade network so here is a sort of approximation of what to do on a cisco device.|
You would have get into the command line and make an access control list(packet filter) for the interface based on mac address and you would also probably have to find out an iphone mac address or whatever the product you want stopped is
Here is a doc explaining acls http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk7...
The access list that you would make would be attached to the wireless interface going in and it would look something like(change 0040.96a5.b5d4 with a mac from the specific device)
access-list 700 deny 0040.96a5.b5d4 FFFF.FF00.0000
access-list 700 permit any
that will stop all devices from that one vendor. if you need another add it before the permit all. but this may cause problems as apple might get there nics from intel or someone and you inadvertantly block all other intel devices.
If you do have another brand of router that is business grade or it is indeed cisco, best make a new post asking for exact instructions on how to set up an acl for mac addresses on the device stating what the device is. Hopefully you will get someone more clued up in that area that can give you step by step but listed above is the approximation of what to do
all text needs typos. There there for the reader to find,to distract them from the total lack of content.
google it! wasnt the answer to the question i asked so dont be dense and give me that repl