i know i could use a web proxy app and ssh on a PC on my own LAN to do it and just have that accessible over the internet, but i was wondering if it's possible to take the PC out of the equation altogether and just use my tomato router instead? basically, i'm currently working at multiple client sites with each of them having all sorts of different web proxy configurations to block their users from accessing this or that website but from time to time i have the problem that some of the blocked sites are ones that I need to get to like support forums (just because they're forums) or sites with drivers and patches etc. so getting to them to get the solutions to various problems is often difficult particularly if the solution is a large download of some sort. at the moment, if all else fails i'm using a 3G dongle with my laptop, but it's not exactly free unless you have a huge data plan and i'd rather try and keep down (or eliminate) costs if at all possible. i know i can access tomato remotely via https (and i do from time to time) and i know i could use SSH to do that if i wanted, but is it possible to set up tomato as some kind of web proxy via SSH or something like that so that I can create a tunnel from a customer site to the router and then set my browser to use the tunnel for web access via the port that ssh is running on and just have tomato redirect all the web traffic? its either that or leave a PC on and set it all up on that, but i'd rather not have to if at all possible. what about that neorouter mod i've seen, would that be able to do that or is there something else that would do the job?