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    Adding a transparent proxy for droids

    Currently my school is behind a CLEO router with a 10.20.30.1 address as the gateway I hand out via dhcp.

    Could I set up a transparent proxy on 10.20.30.5 and redirect everything to proxy.lancsngfl.ac.uk:8080 via the normal 10.20.30.1 gateway and use DHCP to hand out 10.20.30.5 as gateway for all other clients.

    So at end of day my Desire can get out on the web via wifi

    Or would I need to NAT all the clients on the network and stick 2 net cards into the transparent proxy?

    Anyone doing this BTW?

    regards

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    Yes - in theory that should work; as long as you don't have any form of authentication on your 10.20.30.5 box

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    You might not need to do that, using TransProxy3.08beta.apk from http(s) proxy support (web, maps, etc) - xda-developers
    I came across it this morning I dont know if it works. I was gonna test it but I forgot my cable

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    @Steven
    Unfortunately, its needs the droid to be rooted
    Si

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleSi View Post
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    Unfortunately, its needs the droid to be rooted
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    Stop being a pansy then

    are you a geek or a mouse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenlong1985 View Post
    You might not need to do that, using TransProxy3.08beta.apk from http(s) proxy support (web, maps, etc) - xda-developers
    I came across it this morning I dont know if it works. I was gonna test it but I forgot my cable
    Splendid. Just what I've been looking for. Champion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Stop being a pansy then

    are you a geek or a mouse?
    geeky mouse.
    Any ideas on rooting HTC desire on T-Mobile? everything I've seen is for either "Desire Z" (the keyboard variant) or the Desire HD.

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    Unrevoked should do the trick

    unrevoked

    That'll give you root- allow you to flash the rom etc.

    If you want full HBOOT s-off (change system partition tables, etc) you'll need to use alpharev AlphaRev 1.8 afterwards

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    Stop being a pansy then

    are you a geek or a mouse?
    Ok :shame:

    I'll do it this weekend

    Si

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