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Old 12-05-2005, 03:43 AM   #1
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Proxy tunneling SSH over HTTP


I got a "small" problem.

I need to be able to access a SSH server from a restrictive site that in worse case scenario only allows outgoing on port 80 (maybe 443 or 8080)

The SSHd is running in a box which already has apache listening on port 80 - so running SSHd on :80 is out.

What kind of possibilities are there - without using hts.

I already "toyed" with Apache's Proxy function but can not seem to get it to work properly.


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