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> Routing Via An Ipaq
post Jul 31 2005, 10:13 PM
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Hey, just wondering if its possible to 'route' Internet access to my box over USB via my iPAQ RX3715 which is connected to a WiFi network.

At the moment I can sync my iPAQ with my box and access the Internet on my iPAQ via my box (connected to ethernet). So; router -> linux box -> iPAQ.

I'm wondering if I can use my iPAQ as a modem... WiFi -> iPAQ -> linux box.

Would this need a few IPTABLE rules or will the actual iPAQ have to support forwarding (not sure if it does, doubt it), iPAQs running MSPPC 2003.

Thanks! biggrin.gif
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