Hello All, I am trying to install and run a proxy server on my Linksys router WRTSL54GS running Tomato Firmware v1.27.8742 ND USB Ext. The router is directly connected via the WAN port to a DSL modem (which is in bridged-mode). The local IP address is 192.168.1.2. The DynDNS.com services gives and refreshes the domain name assigned to my router. So whenever I type its domain name (without any port) I arrive at the main page of my router settings. My purpose is to be able to use my home proxy from the internet at work/office in case any particular site is blocked/restricted. Another reason is that usually at the office the internet is accessed via proxy server. With a proxy server my usual email service configured in Microsoft Outlook for POP3 (110) and SMTP (25) does not work, for reasons beyond my understanding. Can someone suggest how to make it work. Reading the guides I am able to install Polipo proxy server from Optware Ipkg command. I need help in following: 1. How to autostart Polipo with router boot. (no script in /opt/etc/init.d. The polipo binary file is in /opt/bin/) 2. How to edit and set basic settings in config file. The config file is missing and not installed in the usual place (/opt/etc) 3. How to enable the access to this proxy server from Internet (WAN) and LAN. The IPTables command. 4.Do i need to enter any port forwarding in router for accessing this proxy. 5. I guess its only an HTTP server, so even with it in place the Outlook email (send/receive POP3/SMTP) will not work. If yes, that is it any solution for it. I understand that even with this home proxy in place , I will be accessing it via a parent proxy at my office. So how to circumvent the office proxy to get it working. Any other suggestions are welcome if there are better ways of having this setup. One thing I want to avoid is to have a connected machine running the proxy server software up all the time, hence trying to get it working on the router itself. (So no squid/PHPproxy for me). Thanks for reading and contributing, maybe it would be of greater help to the larger tomato community. Cheers.