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Windows PC is connected to internet via ethernet and shares connection via wi-fi hotspot. All traffic shared by hotspot should be routed through Tor.
This is needed to enable connection to Tor network from device which has no Tor apps (Blackberry Playbook tablet).

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  • Could you expand your question a bit? It's not clear what you're trying to do, what you want to achieve etc. This helps to give you a better answer. – Jens Kubieziel Nov 2 '13 at 8:15
  • @JensKubieziel OK, I've updated it to be more clear – janot Nov 2 '13 at 8:32
  • Do you want to do this for circumvention or anonymity? Due to protocol level leaks (transparent) torification of arbitrary devices and applications might get your a Tor IP, but not be anonymous. – adrelanos Nov 2 '13 at 17:15
  • @adrelanos I want this only for circumvention – janot Nov 3 '13 at 6:39
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You can make the SOCKS proxy (which is what applications use to send traffic through Tor) useable by the local network.

However,

  • I don't know whether you can easily configure the tablet to use the proxy.
  • The applications on the tablet can selectively disregard the proxy settings.
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There is a tutorial how to use Raspberry Pi to make your own torified Wi-Fi.

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