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Old 22nd September 2010, 07:50 PM
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Unhappy Http port forwarding

Hello all...

Okay... My school's IT admins are being $#@% and they've been tightening up rules... since I don't even know when. Things are getting worse and I can't even get on sites like fedora-forum/rb computing !!

Well, I tried tons of proxies, SSH-forwarding (my home computer as a server), (and now even sites like great-windmill doesn't work)..

A friend of mine suggested me of HTTP forwarding.. I am a real noob in networking.. Can anyone please help and explain to me how it works appx.? Thanks

(Please note - I think he blocked port scans too.. no matter how I use nmap and zenmap all ports are filtered...!@#$)

-Please ignore the penguin lol... I am running opera 10 fedora 13

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Old 23rd September 2010, 06:55 PM
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Re: Http port forwarding

Can you try to appeal to either the IT guys or failing that, the administration? Mind you, if they've already fingered you as the guy/gal who nmapped their box, they may no be too amenable to your pleas.

It's their system and your internet hobbies may have to wait till you get home.
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Old 25th September 2010, 09:03 PM
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Re: Http port forwarding

Hi,

One of the most ingenious setups I have recently seen from a friend in a similar position (very tight security, he works for a mobile carrier): an OpenVPN server on a jump point and two OpenVPN clients - one in his office, one at his home where the proxy lives plus UDP-only transport... it did the job :-)

WWell,
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