I'm trying to get SiriProxy to work whenever I'm connected to my home network by setting up dnsmasq on my router running the Tomato firmware to send all requests to the Apple Siri server to my local machine running SiriProxy.
The problem is, of course, that the machine running SiriProxy needs to access the "real" Apple Siri server. I don't know how often it changes IP addresses, so the simple solution would just be to point it at the IP address...
However, is there a way to configure DNSMasq so it will only obey the "address" configuration option when the request is (or is not) coming from certain clients?
Alternatively.. does anyone have a better solution?