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Hi all I use my mac's internet sharing to create wireless network for my ipod touch. I have a linux server and I use socks proxy. I wanna use this proxy on my ipod but i don't know how. I put my shared network connection behind the proxy with localhost ip but my ipod isn't behind the proxy. any ideas?

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You can set up a proxy in the advanced properties of your Wi-Fi connection on the iPod. In the Wi-Fi selection tap the arrow-button next to your Wi-Fi network and scroll to the bottom to set up the proxy.

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what ip and port should I put there? – AliBZ Apr 12 '10 at 19:21
the one of your proxy. Sorry, this configuration is different for each proxy, so I can't really help you. – bastibe Apr 15 '10 at 20:03

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