July 10th, 2002, 10:41 PM
Hey, how do you tunnel an ssh connection through port 80?
assuming the firewall only lets inside connections go out to view the web.
July 10th, 2002, 11:53 PM
Typically using something httptunnel. Windows based version can be downloaded at http://www.htthost.com/httport_3_download_page.htm
I blieve that the package would be known as httptunnel for most *nix systems.
I have not dissected any of the code as of yet so I don't know how it is being done thrugh these apps. I've merely started watching for the traiffic on our network that allows this to happen.
Hope this helps some.
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July 11th, 2002, 01:02 PM
If you're not using a web server that's tied to port 80, you could have sshd start up using port 80 instead of 22. I believe it's sshd -p 80 or something similar.
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July 11th, 2002, 01:27 PM
You could also do some crazy port mapping crap with your router, depending on where the firewall sits.
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July 11th, 2002, 02:29 PM
what kind of web server are u using? if u are not using any that directs to port 80, as the default, then sshd can be set to the port80.
July 11th, 2002, 09:47 PM
This can be done, but I don't have the time or energy to explain it right now, so I will just point you toward this link:
I will post more on this when I get a chance, but it is actually very cool because you can tunnel anything over SSH. (without having to reconfigure SSH to listem on a different port). I would recommend using openSSH, and if you go to their website, you will find more good information about SSH tunneling.