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adrian876
Feb 2, 2012, 10:18 AM
Hey everyone!

I made a simple Mac Applescript application to create and set up an Ad-Hoc SOCKS Proxy network to tether your iPhone. It's really basic and I've included the source code. Feel free to check it out, make modifications, comment, ask questions, or correct any bugs. Here's the code:

--modify the following lines and script as much as needed, NetworkPassword must be at least 10 digits.

--this is the name of the network
property NetworkName : "Tethering"
--this is the WEP password for the network
property NetworkPassword : "1234567890"
--this is the SOCKS Proxy Server IP Address
property SocksIP : "13.37.13.37"
--this is the SOCKS Proxy Server Port
property SocksPort : "20000"

-- create ad-hoc network
tell application "System Events"
tell process "SystemUIServer"
tell menu bar 1
-- find Wi-Fi Menu
set menu_extras to value of attribute "AXDescription" of menu bar items
repeat with the_menu from 1 to the count of menu_extras
if item the_menu of menu_extras contains "Wi-Fi" then exit repeat
end repeat

-- turn on Airport then create ad-hoc network
tell menu bar item the_menu
perform action "AXPress"

-- if Airport is off, turn it on
if title of menu item 2 of menu 1 is "Turn Wi-Fi On" then
perform action "AXPress" of menu item "Turn Wi-Fi On" of menu 1
perform action "AXPress"
end if

--if Airport is on, create the ad-hoc network
perform action "AXPress" of menu item "Create Network…" of menu 1
end tell
end tell

-- Enter information into Create Network dialog box
tell window 1

-- require password
click pop up button 2

-- set to 40-bit WEP
click menu item "40-Bit WEP" of menu 1 of pop up button 2

--change channel
click pop up button 1

--set to channel 6
click menu item "6" of menu 1 of pop up button 1

--fill in information
set value of text field 2 to NetworkPassword
set value of text field 3 to NetworkPassword

--set name of the network
set value of text field 1 to NetworkName

--the okay button doesn't show up unless you delete a character and re-enter it
click text field 3
keystroke (ASCII character 8)
keystroke "0"

-- click OK
click button 1

try
repeat while value of static text 3 is "Creating network…"
delay 0.5
end repeat
end try
end tell
end tell
end tell

tell application "System Preferences"
activate
set current pane to pane "com.apple.preference.network"
end tell

tell application "System Events"
get properties
tell process "System Preferences"
tell window "Network"
-- Selects the active network connection
tell table 1 of scroll area 1
click row 1
end tell
tell group 1
if not (exists button "Turn Wi-Fi Off") then
display dialog "Please Click The Wi-Fi Row"
repeat while not (exists button "Turn Wi-Fi Off")
delay 0.3
end repeat
end if
end tell

--Select the Advanced button
click button "Advanced…"
--Select the Proxies tab
tell tab group 1 of sheet 1
-- delay 1
click radio button 6
tell group 1
tell table 1 of scroll area 1
set selected of row 6 to true
if value of (checkbox 1 of row 6) is 0 then
display dialog "SOCKS Proxy OFF"
click checkbox of row 6
end if
end tell
tell group 1
set value of text field 1 to SocksIP
set value of text field 2 to SocksPort
end tell

end tell

end tell
tell sheet 1
click button "OK"
end tell
end tell
tell window "Network"
click button "Apply"
end tell
end tell
end tell
tell application "System Preferences"
quit
end tell

This script was designed for use with the application "iRandomizer Numbers" an iOS tethering app that's still in the App Store (Get it while it lasts).

While you still have to connect to the network, enter the WEP Password, and set up the static IP address on the iPhone, this script saves a lot of time setting up the Mac side.

To use:
1. Run the script
2. Connect to the "Tethering" Wi-Fi network on your iPhone/iPad
3. Enter the passcode: 1234567890
4. Set the static IP Address on your iPhone to 13.37.13.37 with the subnet mask 255.255.255.0
5. Finally, run iRandomizer Numbers (or your tethering app of choice)
6. Enjoy!

Thanks!



coder12
Feb 4, 2012, 09:12 AM
Thanks for the script! I'm having some troubles though...

I can get the two devices to talk using the Web Proxy (HTTP) in my Mac side with the Proxy IP supplied by iRandomizer, but I can't seem to get my SOCKS proxy working! I'm just using the Proxy ID from iRandomizer for the Mac side, but iRandomizer just says "Unsupported SOCKS protocol"...

Any help? I'd really like to get this to work...!

Edit: Got it to work!!! :D
The other guides showed the HTTP proxy usage... but after further research, you don't need to use it!

So for all the other fellas and ladies out there, you don't need http, just use SOCKS! :)

Tweakage
Apr 26, 2012, 07:35 AM
Hey sorry to bother I bought handylight pro and have followed many detailed tutorials getting close to tethering (airport status was green and connected) but always all browsers I tried read proxy error. Is it possible to explain to a complete newb with no code experience how to get this ball rolling please or am I no chance at grasping this? Dam Optus pre Paid restrictions ! I have iPhone 4s latest update cheers

Tweakage
Apr 26, 2012, 08:16 AM
Ok so I googled it a bit and see it's built into Mac osx! So is it a simple matter of copy and paste into app window by any chance or a bit more to it? Cheers