Michael P. Cosby
michael at crosscode.org
Thu Jul 3 22:38:00 CEST 2008
Or with a little more work you can make the entire thing transparent by setting up a VPN on one of those ports and just directing linux to route all traffic over the VPN.
From: ian douglas <ian.douglas at iandouglas.com>
Date: Thursday, Jul 3, 2008 3:25 pm
Subject: Re: GSM Carrier
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Brad Pitcher wrote:
That is exactly right. I thought I read about some work around for the
port restriction, but I didn't dare to try it so I stuck with the add-on.
Well, in theory, if you're writing your own app and have a spare IP address, you could write the app to answer on port 12345 and configure that IP address via iptables to listen on port 80 but forward internally to your app on port 12345. Pretty simple redirection.
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