So here's my case: currently I'm behind a pretty restrictive firewall, which does not allow me to ssh to the outside. Usually I use a ssh tunnel to my Linksys WRT54GL, so that it acts as a proxy server. Works like a charm, with the only changes I've made activating ssh and set up port forwarding (for remote desktop to a local machine). So I've been looking into ways to circumvent the annoyingly restrictive firewall. What I want to do is set up a http tunnel to send my ssh traffic through, since https is allowed (I can reach the tomato remote admin page) So far I've been thinking of using the GNU httptunnel. The final question i guess, is it possible to make tomato (WRT54GL) act as a httptunnel "server" ? I somehow suppose it could be possible to compile the source for MIPS? Could someone by any chance get me in the right direction ? If this is possible, or perhaps other ways of doing it ?