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"Derek D. Martin" <ddm at> wrote:
>Do you mean to say that you can't ssh from your machine to machines
>outside your network?

I mean I wasn't clear.

My employer has a network that can't ssh to the outside world, but in
one experiment (the details of which I don't know) our sys admin says
he managed to ssh out and back into our network here at work.

Seeing as this is a personal request of mine, and he doesn't know what
is wrong, I need to come up with the next idea.

My own machine at home has its own problems, mostly that my ISP
( seems to be blocking some ports on my DSL wire and doesn't
know where or why, so I am running ssh on port 19 instead of 22.  That
seems to work, judging from my ability to ssh to and from the World.

-kb, the Kent who wonders whether he needs to roll up his sleaves next
and dig through a strace, or maybe start dumping network packets.
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