[ROOT ACCESS REQUIRED]
(Please note that this application is in beta, it is incomplete and has bugs, however, it may already be useful to some users in it's current state.)
TTL Editor is a simple graphical frontend to a feature of the Linux iptables system that allows you to set up a network configuration rule that edits all IPv4 packets leaving over a given interface to a specified value. This is useful for hiding tethering or mobile hotspot usage if you aren't paying for it.
This application does not change any files and all configuration changes will reset upon reboot.
If you have any issues, please mail a logcat to the developer.
- A working 'iptables' binary. I may, at some point in the future, compile my own and include it with, or even just downloaded on an as-needed basis.
- Kernel support for Netfilter TTL packet mangling for your kernel (xt_HL.ko)
I can't help you with lack of xt_HL.ko driver.
- Network access permission is necessary to get a list of the various network interfaces on your device, and their associated IP addresses.
- Root access permission is necessary to actually perform the TTL packet editing.
- Start on boot is necessary for the upcoming "set at boot" function
Source code is available on GitHub.
TTL Editor on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/TTL-Editor/341503206004312