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I've been trying to configure squid to work like this thread* suggested but have been unsuccessful. Teamviewer's vpn is something like and it has its own adapter (not part of the local network). How can I get squid to allow/recognize teamviewer through its default http port 3128?

*How to route internet connection through teamviewer's VPN?

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Configuring Squid is quite tricky, but I got the same results using Redirproxy. Try using VPN's assigned IP address instead of "hostname" when configuring the proxy server on the "client" computer. – Jonas Dec 2 '13 at 13:22

If by "use the internet at home" you mean simply using the home's external IP as a proxy, you'd be better off using Window's built-in VPN connection. That way you need no extra software.

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