I was wondering if I could serve a proxy sever (CGI script like this one: CGI-Proxy) on the WRT54G. Because I have a computer at home, but it's not always on, but if I had the WRT54G, it's be always-on and I can serve files and maybe a proxy sever? That's what I have questions about, the proxy sever. I was thinking of something like OpenWRT (can it run on latest rev of WRT54G?) and adding the lighttpd add-on (is that how it works?) and serve the script with that. But since I am no expert in WRT54G, CGI and lighttpd, I was wondering if I can do this on the WRT54G. Would I need a GS to do this? Oh BTW, just to make things more complicated, I need port forwarding enabled for this sever (cause my ISP blocks port 80 and I can't access webpages NOT hosted on port 80) would I be able to run lighttpd on say... port 8080 and have the router forward it from port 80? Sorry, for the great amount of questions, but I am a noob :cry: , I'd apperciate any answer to any of the questions. Thank You.