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I know this can be done on PC, but when there are more than 30 devices at home, I want to setup this in the modem/router.

I only require the HTTP traffics to go through an external proxy server.

How do you do this? Is this by default available in any $50 modem/router? If not, which specific brand/model has this function?

Simply answer no if there is no such product in the market and I will quietly setup proxies for my 30+ devices one by one.

Thank you

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I have done exactly this using the DD-WRT firmware, it might be possible with others as well. I would expect you could find a DD-WRT compatible router for USD 50.


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