2009/4/6 Chris Withers <ch...@simplistix.co.uk>:
> Laurence Rowe wrote:
>>> Previously Marius Gedminas wrote:
>>>> BTW I've yet to see a firewall that blocks SSH. Am I lucky?
>>> Yes. Blocking ssh is very common in larger companies in me experience.
>> An ssh server running on port 443 (HTTPS) can come in very handy. ssh -D
>> gives you a socks proxy, tsocks makes using this transparent (e.g. tsocks
>> bin/buildout). Failing that, 3G modems are quite reasonable nowdays.
> I'd like to see you do either of these two tricks on a big corporate's
> network, particularly the latter, for any length of time and keep your
Nah, this would only be a problem if you worked with the IT
department, everyone else prefers that you get more work done.
Obviously with the 3G card my laptop was not connected to the network.
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