I have the galaxy nexus, rooted and with the stock Ice Cream Sandwich ROM. I really don't want to install a custom ROM at this point if I can avoid it.
Currently hotspot traffic (when the phone becomes a wireless access point for other devices) does not travel across the VPN. I have a working OpenVPN and a PPTP VPN that I can use, if either will work better. Preferably the fix would be VPN agnostic.
I'm thinking/hoping I can configure iptables to route the traffic properly, but I never really learned more than how to block or open ports and don't really understand what I'm doing in this arena.
something that will work? Why, exactly, if you want to take the time to explain it to me? And will it fix traffic over both VPNs, or just OpenVPN? If not, what is a better way?
Bonus: I believe I'll have to install iptables. This
is one guide I found. I'd be interested in actually compiling it for the device myself, if that's not too much of a recipe for disaster. Unfortunately I really don't have time to do too much actual research and head banging, as I'm way too busy with other stuff right now in my life. So a walkthrough would be welcome. This is pretty much the opposite of me reading TFM, but really. It would be nice.