>> ssh -p 222 <your external ip> -l <user>
>>>> Similarly for web access try https://<your external ip>:441/
>>> Have been trying this, but no avail.
>>>From the manual you should only need to set remote access via ssh and set
Are you going through a proxy or firewall to access the internet?
You may well have to force ssh to listen on another port.
i.e.: edit your /etc/ssh/sshd_config and make sshd listen to more than
just port 22. Then restart sshd.
I suggest port 8080 but if this is not accessible then try 443. That will
You then need to use "corkscrew", edit your .ssh/config and add the
following line to one of your login accounts for ssh use.
OK I thought I had an example on a box here, google for corkscrew and you
will get it.
Then connect as follows:
ssh -p443 ipadress-of-server
Thats it. Done & dusted.
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