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Discuss [1.1.4 - 2.0][Guide] SSH or WinSCP without wifi (via USB cable) at the Free Toolchain Software (Cydia App's) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by Rogoschin @alk The other way (iphone gets internet access via local proxy) ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogoschin View Post
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    The other way (iphone gets internet access via local proxy) works too, but i dont understand why my email accounts still work (I DID NOT configure smtp and pop3 ports). I edited the proxy config to log the traffic and the connect to the mail servers is not logged only the traffic when i open safari on the iphone.
    For me this means that port 80 traffic goes to the proxy and everything else (maps? youtube?) still goes to the edge/gprs provider.
    Is there a way to be sure that the local proxy is the only internet connection for the iphone?
    It's important to figure out that if you didn't reconfigure mail accounts to use 127.0.0.1 they still be working over edge but not over the tunnel. On the other hand you should NOT disable edge interface because it will stop everything at all.
    Conclusion - enable edge, don't worry about http applications, they all use local proxy server, you can see it in privoxy screen monitoring all client's (i.e. iphone's) requests. For Mail use 127.0.0.1 and be sure that mail requests will either be tunneled over PC or (if this tunnel is not available for some reason) wont be sent over edge at all. It's a dull to modify Mail settings every time you need to work indoors/outdoors but there is no other way to force Mail to use tunnel.
    Consider something like changing hosts file in the iphone the same way as it's done for proxy.pac.

    btw I'm on 2.0.1 pwned, officially unlocked and activated.
    Did you manage to make my EdgeProxy plugin work?


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    Did you manage to make my EdgeProxy plugin work?
    yes. works as described
    btw Do you really have to reboot the phone when you switch proxy setting in BossPrefs? It's a bit annoying.. what about respring, restart CommCenter..

    I just wanted to point out that theres still traffic going through your provider's gateway. And Im not an expert so i really dont know which app is an "http app" and which not. YouTube uses http for searching, but I guess the videos are coming over separate streaming ports.
    All this may not be too important as long you dont have to worry about edge connection fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogoschin View Post
    yes. works as described
    btw Do you really have to reboot the phone when you switch proxy setting in BossPrefs? It's a bit annoying.. what about respring, restart CommCenter..
    Well, I don't know exactly, but all pages I found in Internet about edge proxies in iphone told that you need to restart it after change. Anyway, I'll check another options.

    I just wanted to point out that theres still traffic going through your provider's gateway. And Im not an expert so i really dont know which app is an "http app" and which not. YouTube uses http for searching, but I guess the videos are coming over separate streaming ports.
    Again, I've read some articles about special providers plans, in particular, T-Zones plan here, assuming that everything should be transferred over proxy
    http://arashpayan.com/blog/2007/09/1...on-the-iphone/
    but here
    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthre...=526457&page=2
    it is mentioned that because of non-standard youtube port it doesn't use proxy.
    OK, we need only to find out what kind of port youtube uses. If youtube connection is TCP-based and uses one port it's possible to add extra tunnel in S2C configuration the same way as for imap/smtp. If not leave youtube for wifi access only.
    Thank you very much for your attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tupacster View Post
    Does something like this exist for OS X?
    yes, please something for

    I cant connect at my residence via wifi, so would be great to have it for Mac

    Cheers

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    @alk
    I'm still newbie,can you make it more easier ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by alk View Post
    Did you manage to make my EdgeProxy plugin work?
    hi, your plugin works for me, thank you very much

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    Rogoschin - Yesterday I've tried to check youtube functioning at work. We have Checkpoint firewall with internal wireless AP. It is configured to serve wifi clients with http/https requests only. So connecting iphone wirelessly to it I can not work with anything (Mail etc.) except http-based apps.
    Before try I disabled edge in my iphone with BossPrefs to be sure that nothing can pass over it.
    After wifi connection I tried to open Safari to be sure it works. Then I opened youtube and noticed that everything is OK there. I could start any video, all worked as it should. And very fast.
    So my sum - it is very likely that youtube uses http/https only. At least in my case.
    Last edited by alk; 08-12-2008 at 11:18 AM.

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    @alk
    can this guide with video?

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    there is nothing to show in video there, just read and follow, use screenshots for reference.
    If you need shorter and more direct manual send the request thru PM, I'll prepare it for you.

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    My Service provided doesnt use Edge and also I am using a proxy sever which is already running... Even though my Edge is ON in boss preferences, I am not able to access the net. I followed all steps without any miss... Am I missing anything else ?


 

 

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