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    Thxxx for the tuto


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    Quote Originally Posted by PRiVATE View Post
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    no problem...thumbs up if u liked it

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    Sounds good, but kind of a pain to use more frequently.

    Would scripting work? I don't think the reverting part could be done with Automator or AppleScript. Maybe it does, does anyone have any ideas on how to do this?

    example:
    1. save current network settings in system prefs, safari and firefox prefs; switch to these proxy settings
    2. return to snapshot of prefs

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    thats actually a good idea that i hadnt thought of....im goin to try it and ill let u know....let me know if u figure something out

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    You can do this in about half the steps.

    1. Install TinyProxy on iPhone
    2. From the Airport drop-down menu on the mac toolbar on the top, select "Create Network" and name it whatever.
    3. Open Network Preferences. Click "Advanced." Click TCP/IP tab.
    4. Under "Configure IPv4" select "Manually" Give yourself an IP address of 192.168.1.2.
    5. Click the Proxies Tab.
    6. Highlight the "Web Proxy" and "Secure Web Proxy" boxes, and enter "192.168.1.1:8080" as the proxy server on both.
    7. On your iPhone, connect to your newly created WiFi network.
    8. Press the little blue arrow next to the name of the WiFi network. Change to Static and give yourself an IP address of 192.168.1.1.

    DONE



    If it doesn't work at first, open safari on your iPhone and try to visit a website. This will allow the iPhone to know that it needs to use EDGE instead of WiFi for internet access.


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    I have gotten this to work with both Blackberry unlimited (wap.voicestream.com) and Total Internet (internet2.voicestream.com) plans. I find that I seem to lose about a third of my speed when tethered, eg. if I get 130kbps on the phone alone, I would be lucky to get 90 tethered. I measure speeds with iphonenetworktest.com. Is there anything I can do to reduce the loss of speed?

 

 
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