Michael P. Cosby
michael at crosscode.org
Fri Jul 4 17:20:00 CEST 2008
Well.... that's not really "easy". Remember, this is a mobile phone. So it's either completely closed or closed enough to make a project like that exceedingly difficult. So unless you happen to have a truly open phone (say, one running openmoko?) it's close enough to impossible that the carriers don't worry about it. And it'll probably take a lot of openmoko-based phones doing this before it becomes worth their time to try to plug the "hole".
From: "arne anka" <openmoko at ginguppin.de>
Date: Friday, Jul 4, 2008 4:19 am
Subject: Re: GSM Carrier
To: "List for Openmoko community discussion" <community at lists.openmoko.org>Reply-To: List for Openmoko community discussion <community at lists.openmoko.org>
> 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.
i'm sure, if it was that easy to circumvent the restrictions imposed on a
5$ plan, t-mobile would have dropped it already.
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