Kevin venit, vidit, dixit 28.01.2013 09:06:
> This is not really a git problem, but more of an ssh problem.
> Are you in the position to change the port where the SSH daemon
> listens on? Then you could use a different port which isn't blocked
> (443 perhaps?).
> On Sat, Jan 26, 2013 at 7:56 PM, Craig Christensen <cwcra...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am currently a student at Brigham Young University - Idaho and we are use
>> Pagoda Box and Git for our Mobile Apps class. However, the school's network
>> has blocked incoming trafic on port 22. I have been searching through all
>> the tutorials and documents provided by Pagoda Box and Git but have not been
>> able to find a solution to solve this problem. We can use sftp but we then
>> have to manually deploy the latest using the admin panel. Can you help
>> provide a simple solution?
So how is your setup:
- Pagoda Box instance at BYU
- sftp uploads allowed, but not ssh
- drive Git on the box using the admin interface
Or do you use a Pagoda server? Do you have read access to the git repo
on the box?
ssh allows to restrict commands to only a subset, such as ssh only. If
the port were blocked for incoming traffic you wouldn't be able to use
(ssh at all thus) sftp either.
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