Case: I have set up a Mac mini (Snow Leopard, not server edition) with the Atlassian suite (JIRA, Confluence, etc. running on port 8080, 8090...) at home. At work I cannot access web-sites running on these ports. The browser just hangs and time out, so I guess they are blocked by the company's firewall. I can access the server from any other network I've tried, so I am pretty sure the server is set up correctly.
I can't configure the company's network, but I still need access to my server. I have full access to the Mac mini. What options do I have (preferably free ones)? Site5 seems to have solved this in their web-hosting solution. From what I know, cpanel runs on port 2082. However, the URL says "https://proxy-netadmin-12064.backstage.site5.com", making it available from anywhere on port 80. Is this a solution I can use in my case? If so, I appreciate links to tutorials for setting up such a solution, better alternatives, etc.