Gizmodo article, IphoneSimFree Software and Reseller loading software via SSH?
Just read the Gizmodo IPSF Article and came across something very interesting --
"In our case, the IPSF guys loaded the unlock application onto the phones via SSH. This is not how it will be done in the final version (you'll get yours loaded by the reseller), but it was quicker this way."
Re: "you'll get yours loaded by the reseller...."
Hum? Anyone understand what this brainiac is trying to say? I.e. that Trash et al. need to fugu/winscp onto everyone's iPhone and drop the software onto their iphone's hard drive? Hum? Using NAT w/overloading, it's going to be quite difficult to SCP to an RFC1918 IP address (i.e. 10/8, 172.16/16 and 192.168/24), especially since 1) overloading only works if a host initiates a connection to a remote host that is on a different subnet then you are on and, 2) RFC1918 addresses are not routed on the Internet since they are private address space.
Clearly, the only way that this can work is that Trash et al. send a small installation script via email that you download and copy to your iphone and launch. Thoughts?