At home I have an Ubuntu 10.10 Server which is my fileserver and squeezebox server for my home LAN.
My home internet connection is a 10/10Gbit fiber (soon to be upgraded to 25/25, I was told by my ISP).
How hard is it for me (I'm not too technical) to make my home server a proxy for surfing through when I am abroad?
The thing is: our national broadcaster (www.nrk.no) broadcasts live streaming TV, but only to IP addresses in Norway. When I am travelling abroad, I would like to use my home server as a proxy in order to be able to receive these streams as if I was on my home IP address (more or less like the services offered from the US in order to make it possible for non-US people to watch hulu.com etc.)
I would prefer a proxy setup, instead of slingbox or similar.
I tried searching the forums, but if there are solutions I missed I apologize.