asandford wrote: ↑
Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:48 am
All the routers I've used need to have the Pi MAC whitelisted, otherwise they just ignore it.
That's never been a problem for me. The Pi shows up and is treated like any other device on my network. All your routers must have MAC address filtering turned on (normally that's off by default).
@OP, I can also assure you the Pi3 WiFi works as intended. If yours is not working, then either you are doing something wrong, or your router has some non-standard settings that's messing something up.
My password is the last 8 digits of Pi.