I sit on a corporate network which routes all the traffic through a proxy. This proxy routing happens after the computer is connected to the network, because no setup is needed on the computers that connect to the network. I include this in case it makes a difference when it comes to setting up my own proxy server.
The problem is that this proxy server blocks TeamViewer, a program I need. I've talked to the network administrators, but they told me the block is placed on someone even higher than them, so they told me to make a proxy server.
I have a computer at home running Windows 8. How can I set up a proxy server on this computer and connect to it from inside the corporate network to be able to use TeamViewer? I suppose it has to run on port 80 or something like that, so that it doesn't get cut off by the firewall/proxy on the corporate network?
(I'm talking about two proxies here, 1 on the corporate network which all the traffic is routed through, and the one I want to set up on the personal computer at home.)