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I can use TeamViewer's VPN to establish a VPN between me and my home PC, it works fine. Now I'd like to transform my home PC in a proxy so I can use my home connection too, the scheme would then be:

me-->home pc-->destination
destination-->home pc --> me

I guess I'll have to install a proxy server on my home PC, as I can't see any proxy function on TeamViewer right? Mind, that I want to use EVERY protocol, so an HTTP proxy server like squid would not work. I also want it to be very efficient, so no packet checking, no authentication (TeamViewer already performs it), just plain take packet/send packet, but through the TeamViewer VPN.

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As a teamviewer user you always wait for the next release to incorporate a turnkey solution. – Holy Sheet Oct 7 '12 at 11:34
Err...ok, but before next release I'm stuck!:D – user1610075 Oct 7 '12 at 11:48

You might want to setup OpenVPN server at home.
It's faster because you don't have to connect through Team Viewer server.

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