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On Tue, Jun 12, 2001 at 01:13:55PM -0000, Kent Borg wrote:
> Slight problem, at my work the firewall isn't letting my
> ssh sessions out.  I can't ssh to my box or to the World, but I can
> ssh from the World to my box.  This leads me to believe the firewall
> is at fault, however, our sys admin-type says he managed to ssh out
> and back in to ourselves (we have two external connections at the
> moment as we wonder whether Winstar will go under or not we haven't
> shut down our old RCN wire).
> Any ideas what might be wrong?

Try ssh -P ... If it works you can make this option permanent by
adding the line "UsePrivilegedPort no" in ~/.ssh/config. See man ssh.
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