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October 16, 2008, 12:09 am
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I have to reach a cluster of linux machines protected by a firewall.
The usual way to reach them is to SSH from inside the network, but i
need to do it from outside.
I have the credentials and everything, but the cluster belong to a
university so the admin is lazy and i need to minimize the requests to
My idea was to use a squid proxy that is open to outsiders (there's a
Here's the ezproxy:
Here's .pac config for two different squid proxy:
As i said I have full credentials to get inside the net, is just that
i don't know how to do and that the admin don't have time to help me.
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