On 21 Apr 2007, at 00:53, Conor Daly wrote:
> Any chance your isp is firewalling off port 22? You could try
> port 80 on your router to port 22 within the LAN.
That'd be unusual, to say the least. I certainly have used ssh with
BT broadband to do exactly what Darragh is trying to do. TBH I'd say
the problem is either a misconfigured or malfunctioning router.
> Then try to connect from outside with
>> ssh -P80 your.machine.example.org
>> If that works, you have your router config correct.
And you also have a special version of ssh. For the rest of us, ssh
-p 80 would be more useful.
> Now change the router port to 22 and see if it works as normal...
But he's already said that that doesn't work, so . . .
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