On 12/30/06, Jeroen Massar <jeroen at unfix.org> wrote:
> The only thing is that they block a lot of ports, the same ones that
> they block on IPv4, as such ports like 110, 993 etc are open. 80, 22 are
> closed though, thus simply set up a SOCKS proxy somewhere on the outside
> and you are done. Which also avoids having them being able to track what
> you do on the internet, which is none of their business.
That hit me once I hit Send :) I meant to say that indeed DNS and some
other services perfectly work fine between TCD and the outside world.
The rant I had was mostly about SSH and especially wilde in the CS
I stand corrected Jeroen :)
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