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- Jeffrey J. Kosowsky
March 4, 2004, 3:37 pm
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through corporate firewalls since this port is almost always kept
Recently, I ran into a firewall that appears to inspect the packets
and blocks my ssh connections since it realizes that they are not
Is there any way to "tunnel" SSH over SSL so that I can fool such
routers and still get out through port 443?
Are there any other suggested alternatives?
(Note I am a relative ssh newbie so I am not sure if I am making
perfect sense, but hopefully the gist makes sense)
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