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I was wondering if this was posible? I made a wifi media remote using tcp and my t-mobile sda IE isn't going to the IP, it just says it can't find it when its connected to my network. other computers can control the music but my phone cant. So I'm guessing it's because it doesnt like the server.


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not sure what you mean but i think some kind of logging dns proxy...

check out 'Privoxy' its a spam blocker proxy.

I'm pretty sure you can configure it to block nothing and log dns requests.

the dns protocol is pretty tricky so doing that yourself is a pain in the ass.

but decide yourself and google for 'dns protocol' or 'rfc dns protocol'...


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I was wondering if this was posible? I made a wifi media remote using tcp and my t-mobile sda IE isn't going to the IP, it just says it can't find it when its connected to my network. other computers can control the music but my phone cant. So I'm guessing it's because it doesnt like the server.

can you provide a better problem description?


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