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Thread: How To: Tether the iPhone 3G

  1. #121
    Quote Originally Posted by Avalanchenut View Post
    I think you are ill informed. If your running a proxy which you are it is making your request look as if they are coming from the phone. This was proven at this years DEFCON.
    And you believe that requests from Safari or Firefox on a Mac/PC look the same as those coming from the mobile version of Safari or Apple authorized apps? OK cool.

  2. #122
    I use 3proxy and NetShare. It's really cool to connect your laptop via iPhone to the net.

    There are two problems:
    My phone doesn't change the Wlan connection to 3G/Edge to connect to the internet automaticaly - is there a common method to force the iPhone to change the network?

    DNS reasolving is pretty bad - a lot of pages won't load...!?
    Is it enought to just cache them first through a Lan connection?

  3. #123
    Default Tether iPhone through USB cable
    Just thought I would throw this out. I found it much better to tether the iPhone through the USB cable than to use WiFi. It is also much faster for transferring programs. Using WiFi and 3g together runs the battery down pretty fast on the phone so I found I had to connect the USB cable to keep the phone charged anyway. This way does not require the WiFi to be used at all, does not require 3proxy to be running on the iphone, and is much easier to set up. Just got it working a few minutes ago and am using it to send this message. A step by step procedure follows:


    1. Requires a jailbroke iPhone with Cydia installed (I am using 3g)

    2. Use Cydia to install SSH on the iPhone.

    3. Install "iPhone Tunnel Suite" on the PC http://www.makkiaweb.net

    4. Put the batch file attached in the same directory as "Putty" C:/program files/Iphone Tunnel Suite/Putty

    5. Run the "iPhone Tunnel Suite" program and click the "iPhone Tunnel" button only.

    6. Set Internet Explorer (or Web Browser of choice) to use a Socks only proxy at 127.0.0.1 port 8080.

    7. Run the "Safari" Web Browser on the iPhone. This is required so the iPhone will establish an internet connection.

    8. You might want to set the iPhone not to go to sleep also as the internet connection will drop when it does.

    9. Run the "IPhone.bat" file.

    I found the method above a much better way to tether than using WiFi and running a proxy server on the iPhone. I found the WinSCP (included with the tunnel suite) a much better way to transfer programs between the Iphone and the PC also.

    Enjoy,

    Jim K.
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    Last edited by jimcking; 08-12-2008 at 04:22 PM.

  4. #124
    Any Mac version?

  5. #125
    Quote Originally Posted by jimcking View Post
    Just thought I would throw this out. I found it much better to tether the iPhone through the USB cable than to use WiFi. It is also much faster for transferring programs. Using WiFi and 3g together runs the battery down pretty fast on the phone so I found I had to connect the USB cable to keep the phone charged anyway. This way does not require the WiFi to be used at all, does not require 3proxy to be running on the iphone, and is much easier to set up. Just got it working a few minutes ago and am using it to send this message. A step by step procedure follows:


    1. Requires a jailbroke iPhone with Cydia installed (I am using 3g)

    2. Use Cydia to install SSH on the iPhone.

    3. Install "iPhone Tunnel Suite" on the PC iMakkie Hosting

    4. Put the batch file attached in the same directory as "Putty" C:/program files/Iphone Tunnel Suite/Putty

    5. Run the "iPhone Tunnel Suite" program and click the "iPhone Tunnel" button only.

    6. Set Internet Explorer (or Web Browser of choice) to use a Socks only proxy at 127.0.0.1 port 8080.

    7. Run the "Safari" Web Browser on the iPhone. This is required so the iPhone will establish an internet connection.

    8. You might want to set the iPhone not to go to sleep also as the internet connection will drop when it does.

    9. Run the "IPhone.bat" file.

    I found the method above a much better way to tether than using WiFi and running a proxy server on the iPhone. I found the WinSCP (included with the tunnel suite) a much better way to transfer programs between the Iphone and the PC also.

    Enjoy,

    Jim K.
    AVG tells me there is a trojan horse when accessing iMakkie Hosting

    I followed the above instructions and when I run Putty (using the bat file) I get "network error: software caused connection abort"

    I have disables the wifi on the laptop and iphone (so it will use 3G). I don't have iTunes on the laptop (do I need it?). The iPhone is connected to the laptop via USB.

    Any ideas?

    Made some progress. I can now see the iPhone terminal when I run the *.bat file but IE7 still has no connection.

    I have set the socks proxy in IE7 (under internet options - connection - proxy settings - advanced) to 127.0.0.1:8080.
    Last edited by zoti; 08-13-2008 at 02:08 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

  6. #126
    I also found this link via this forum:
    http://alk2blog.blogspot.com/2008/08...-over-usb.html

    This is really a great way to tether the iPhone.

  7. #127
    Quote Originally Posted by rockdaddy707 View Post
    hello.
    i saw a lot of you guys say you got AIM to work. I can't get aim to work.

    truthfully, i really want digsby to work. I tried to make digsby use "specify proxy config" (and put in my iphone's ip address as the host and set port to 1080) AND i tried to let it "use default system settings" but i still have not luck either way.

    any suggestions?
    does anyone have an answer to this....? how do you get AIM to work?

  8. #128

  9. #129
    Cable is good not if u have multiple people who want to tether

  10. #130
    Has anyone heard of any problems from at&t with the tethering yet? Curious to see if anyone has receieved warnings or anything
    ___________________________________________

    ......epic

  11. #131
    none thus far... and i wouldn't got the 127.x.x.x route... like someone else posted there was a trojan... and if you know anything about networking you no that 127.0.0.1 is localhost... so i see a major security flaw with that... and for the person that was having trouble connecting with IE7 a couple thread above... if your trying to go the localhost route you probably have to disable the "bypass proxy for xxxx adresses" check box

    i don't know but doing it through your localhost ip isn't a good idea cuz even if you have a firewall your localhost ip has no security
    "Search" is your friend

  12. #132
    i got the netshare program buy afraid to use it. i don't want to get charge a fee. i did call atnt and told them the situation and they said the best thing for them to do is just put a note on my account. but yet a gain this is one netshare just came out. so can i use the program that i bought or not?

  13. #133
    Default Putty/WinSCP Error
    1. Requires a jailbroke iPhone with Cydia installed (I am using 3g)

    2. Use Cydia to install SSH on the iPhone.

    3. Install "iPhone Tunnel Suite" on the PC iMakkie Hosting

    4. Put the batch file attached in the same directory as "Putty" C:/program files/Iphone Tunnel Suite/Putty

    5. Run the "iPhone Tunnel Suite" program and click the "iPhone Tunnel" button only.

    6. Set Internet Explorer (or Web Browser of choice) to use a Socks only proxy at 127.0.0.1 port 8080.

    7. Run the "Safari" Web Browser on the iPhone. This is required so the iPhone will establish an internet connection.

    8. You might want to set the iPhone not to go to sleep also as the internet connection will drop when it does.

    9. Run the "IPhone.bat" file.

    I found the method above a much better way to tether than using WiFi and running a proxy server on the iPhone. I found the WinSCP (included with the tunnel suite) a much better way to transfer programs between the Iphone and the PC also.

    Enjoy,

    Jim K.[/QUOTE]


    Hi,
    I followed all the above stated steps but after i run the Iphone.bat file it gives me an Error - Putty Fatal Error "Network Error:Software caused connection abort".Ive googled and done everything every search says but of no use.Ive tried WinSCP as well but same error.I have no firewalls and i have BSD systems and OpenSSH installed on my iPhone(8GB,v1.1.4)....
    Please help.................

  14. #134
    Dont make it so complicate use iPhoneModem zsrelay... make a ad-hoc on Windows or use the USB connect and put your iPhone IP in your Browser as Socks Proxy prort is 1080 thats all

    Ciao Marco

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    Every time I try to do it, it never works. I follow the instructions to a tee...to no avail.

  16. #136
    Tried this for the first time the other day. Worked just fine.

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