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Re: [PLUG] wifi in phillie
Now I came to the conclusion that port 22 is blocked because non of my ssh me@host attempts worked. The process would not end unless I did control-c. I did this to two separate servers in different geographic locations. Perhaps the upload speed was so slow that it would have taken a long time to connect before timeout. I tried four different AP's around Cosi and non-worked! Went to the apartment where I have my AP and no problems at all.
BTW, I did agree to Cosi's conditions and I was able to surf the web without a problem.
It would nice to have a website that lists which ports are available per public AP :-)
On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 3:19 PM, brent saner <email@example.com
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or set up a VPN, ideally. more secure AND it guarantees you'll get
Daniel W. Ottey wrote:
| Sad that they might be blocking outbound port 22. If this is a home
| server you're connecting to (or at least one you can hop through),
| you could try running your home SSH server on port 443 (or some
| other more common port?) as well. That is how I get around port 22
| outbound being blocked at my company.
| -- Dan
access to all your ports.
this isn't saying anything against you, ugarit, but i am skeptical
that port 22 was blocked as i've yet to find a SoHo-type AP that does
this. what sort of symptoms did you see that led you to think it is
blocked? did you try to telnet to it?
Bill Gates is to hacking as Sid Vicious was to the Sex Pistols: no
talent, everyone hates him, and he's just in it for the fame and money.
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