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Thread: how much can i tether before Verizon notices?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Se7enLC View Post
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    im loving those of you with the condescending attitudes toward those using a large amount of data while tethering...its f*cking illegal either way!!! get off the high horse
    Driving 5mph over the speed limit is illegal, too - and yet it's only the people driving 20+ over that are likely to get caught and ruin it for everyone else.
    keys words: "ruin it"
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    The first thing I do when I teather is to setup a VPN tunnel from my laptop to either work or home. As the droid has VPN native on it and it its not possible(with casual tools) to see what is in a VPN tunnel I figure it further disguises the traffic. My thinking is that it will be difficult to tell VPN traffic originating on the droid vs VPN traffic originating on my PC flowing through the droid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daevans315 View Post
    The first thing I do when I teather is to setup a VPN tunnel from my laptop to either work or home. As the droid has VPN native on it and it its not possible(with casual tools) to see what is in a VPN tunnel I figure it further disguises the traffic. My thinking is that it will be difficult to tell VPN traffic originating on the droid vs VPN traffic originating on my PC flowing through the droid.
    Good idea....how....underhanded...of you
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelman View Post
    I got a great use for tethering... iphones. Has anyone tried tethering a droid and an iphone together so that the poor iphone user can access data via the droid.. i was going to offer it as a service to a friend of mine who get's no 3g on their iphone at work.. hahahahahahahaha With wifi tethering that should work theoretically shouldn't it?
    it does i do
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