Most examples for reverse tethering are for Ubuntu. They go something along these lines:
- Attach smartphone
- Configure usb0
- Start reverse tethering on the smartphone
- Use the PC network via USB from your smartphone
Now I do not want to use Ubuntu. I want to use CentOS 5. I've got the CentOS 5 Plus XEN Kernel active, so some features should be available there, too.
So far I found that I will probably have to:
- Actiate the kernel-module
rndis_host, that will enable
usbnetand that should make
usb0appear as network device
The latter does not happen,
lsusb shows the correct tags for my attached smartphone.
What am I missing here?
There has been a similar question, but the question is not that "on the mark" and also doesn't have any answers yet either.