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I have 2 servers, one that connects to SSH via port 22, and the other connects on port 9450. Now my only issue is I can SSH to neither of them from school (I am using puTTy and FileZilla)!

This prevents me from showing my professors what I am up to in source code and I cannot edit my site in case of a major bug (it has caused crashes before). My professors have no issue if I can find a way to SSH but I have been trying to find a solution, I can find nothing.

I could use an online client but there are 2 issues with that:

  1. They go for very short sessions and you have to keep filling out captchas.
  2. I cannot use Ctrl+ because my school uses Windows as their OS, not Mac OS.

What can I do? Can I do anything to get past the firewall - that is, without getting into trouble? Can I setup a proxy at home and then... what? How would I connect?

Thanks!

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    Sounds like you need to talk to the admins that run your school's network.
    – HostBits
    Dec 8 '12 at 23:48
  • @Cheekaleak they cannot do anything, I have talked to them, its the overall school board which is state wide... not sure if I can get in touch with them
    – user115422
    Dec 9 '12 at 0:14
  • Is the problem that YOU cannot connect, or that your PROFESSORS cannot connect to have a look? Why not "show" them via an HTTPS web site with login requirements for access?
    – Skaperen
    Dec 9 '12 at 0:17
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It sounds like port 22 is blocked. If you own the server, you can change it to listen on a port you know is open (such as port 80, 443) for ssh and then connect that way. This will also work if you want to use your home computer as a proxy instead.

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  • He already pointed out that he has set up SSH on a non-standard port on his second server.
    – Theuni
    Dec 8 '12 at 23:53
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    So??? Port 9450 is probably blocked. I said to use 80 because we already know port 80 is open (as he already confirmed he can use an online client, meaning http).
    – Peter
    Dec 8 '12 at 23:59
  • Ugh, sorry. Must have had a lazy eye here. You're right that could work. Can you edit your post so I can remove my -1, please?
    – Theuni
    Dec 9 '12 at 0:00
  • @ryan so how would I change the port? Plus I have a HTTP server... so shall I use port443?
    – user115422
    Dec 9 '12 at 0:12
  • 80 MAY be open to non-HTTP traffic. A proxy server intercepting port 80 may limit it to HTTP-like traffic (there is a program to carry a data stream over HTTP but needs code at both ends). Try 443 (which MAY be open). Some other common ports MAY be open.
    – Skaperen
    Dec 9 '12 at 0:21

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