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Old 30th January 2005, 09:21 AM
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ssh workaround?

i am hosting a test site at from my home machine. the problem that i am having is that my isp shuts down access to all ports below 1024..

i mapped port 8022 through my router to hit port 22 inside (tcp)...

what i need to do is allow web developers to hit the site through dreamweaver..

is there any way they can do this? i can't seem to figure out how to hit port 8022 using dreamweaver (sftp)..

in order for them to hit port 80.. i used dyndns.org webhot to point to the correct port..

is there any way i can do the same thing with the ssh port?

thanks!
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Old 30th January 2005, 09:23 AM
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just have your sshd listen on a different/higher port?
sshd -p 10022
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Old 30th January 2005, 05:06 PM
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DOH!

thanks!

i am constantly amazed at how dense i can be at the simplest things sometimes..

thanks again!
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