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Discuss IPSF Server Source Released at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; [QUOTE=dtube;96587]@natest, On #11 above - You can run a "local" private DNS server at home ...
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    [QUOTE=dtube;96587]@natest,
    On #11 above - You can run a "local" private DNS server at home and "pretend" to be the authoritative zone for iphonesimfree.com with A record as backoffice and resolve to your localhost.
    http://www.simpledns.com/ (free 14 day eval) - Note: don't connect pc to internet OR put the IP address of DNS server you created as the resolver (local machine tcp/ip setting)

    You can also run your own http (IIS or Apache) server on your computer to test as well.


    I think you can also add a /etc/hosts file in the iphone and put the ip address of your local machine to point to backoffice.iphonesimfree.com


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    Well, I kind of like java apps and I found a good simple cmd-line java DNS server
    http://www.dnsjava.org/download/dnsjava-2.0.5.jar

    I created jnamed.conf (one line):
    primary iphonesimfree.com ipsf.zone

    and ipsf.zone:
    $TTL 86400 ; 24 hours could have been written as 24h or 1d
    $ORIGIN iphonesimfree.com.
    @ IN SOA ns.iphonesimfree.com. hostmaster.iphonesimfree.com. (
    2007102301 ; serial
    3H ; refresh
    15 ; retry
    1w ; expire
    3h ; minimum
    )
    IN NS ns.iphonesimfree.com. ; in the domain
    ; server host definitions
    ns IN A 192.168.1.2 ; my ip address
    backoffice IN A 192.168.1.2 ; my ip address

    then I ran the following cmd:

    sudo java -classpath dnsjava-2.0.5.jar jnamed

    jnamed: listening on 0.0.0.0#53
    jnamed: running

    looks like it works!

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    prolly /etc/hosts will also work... it is much simpler and it doesn't require any DNS server... just edit a file on the iphone and perhaps reboot it...
    Last edited by mapas; 10-23-2007 at 05:50 AM.

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    True true. that's if you're on a *nix / Linux box.
    when you do this, if your computer is on the net, you also have to edit /etc/resolv.conf to make sure the dns search hits the /etc/hosts file first before query the real DNS server.
    I believe the syntax of /etc/resolv.conf is:

    search hosts nameserver

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtube View Post
    True true. that's if you're on a *nix / Linux box.
    when you do this, if your computer is on the net, you also have to edit /etc/resolv.conf to make sure the dns search hits the /etc/hosts file first before query the real DNS server.
    I believe the syntax of /etc/resolv.conf is:

    search hosts nameserver
    no we mean the /etc/hosts on the iphone... if you add:
    ip_of_your_desktop backoffice.iphonesimfree.com

    it will redirect the communication to your desktop...
    so you just need httpd at your desktop


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    you're right again.
    Sorry for making something simple more complex than it should.

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    Keeping an eye on this thread ... I whacked my iPhone before I found out the server was down so hopefully another pops up soon ....

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    Actually this one http://195.68.135.54:49973 or http://195.68.135.54:49973/data/ is responding but it is not returning the bin yet. You may want to keep an eye on that too. It's in Russia.

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    Thanks ... I sent my IMEI ... guess I'll see what happens .. no BIN yet like you said ....

    I would think that the CGI was written for the purpose of an automate way to make money selling unlocks. Would be nice if somebody knowledgeable ... (not me) .. could just convert this to a java app that could run locally ...
    Last edited by dmhines; 10-23-2007 at 07:05 AM.

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    OK .. i was able to compile the CGI using xcode on OS X ... I need to configure Apache .. but I'm tired ... will work on it tomorrow if this other server doesn't come through.


 

 
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