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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnykewell1 View Post
    locally i get a connection in no problem but if i put in the external ip address i get connection refused, I have changed the SSHD_config file to allow to 443, so from work i assume i enter the external ip address and port 443 not 22 to get the connection through to my router
    You'll need to set your firewall at work up to port-forward a port to port 22 of your SSH server. You don't actually have to use port 22 on the firewall itself - you could tell your firewall to forward say, port 1500 to port 22 of your SSH server, then from home you would connect to port 1500 of the external IP address at work and your SSH connection should get forwaded on to your SSH server.

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    Would it not be cheaper to order your own broadband line and connect that into your local setup and then you have redundancy if your internet link goes down?

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    If its just for you to access the server why not use logmein. No ports need to be open

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    https://secure.logmein.com/UK/

    and if its just for you, you could use the free version. https://secure.logmein.com/UK/products/free/

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    Thank you for you reply

    Hi guys,

    thanks for all replies, its not just so I can control the pc's its so we can use my connection from home through tunnelling as our service provider block everything at work.

    i know 443 is open so i could route the ssh through that couldn't i and then link to port 22?

    cheers.

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