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- Adrian Gluchow
February 24, 2004, 9:51 am
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Re: SSH over WWW
But that's sure not what you said. If your firewall "doesn't allow [you] to
get [a] connection to a ssh-server" then moving one to a new port won't make
a difference; it's still going to be an ssh-server. If the firewall only
passes HTTP on port 80, you're hosed.
If you just want a TCP proxy, socat (among many others) will do.
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