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Ron Peterson <ron.peterson at> suggested:
>Have you tried ssh's -P option?

Yes, but in answering your e-mail, I tried something else and am now
even happier than I was.  Thanks.

It turns out I can use both "-P" and "-p" when firing up ssh.  The
"-P" gets me past my work firewall, and a "-p" to an open port gets me
past whatever filter (aka has put upstream of
me and can't find.

One of these days I will pester them to find the extra firewalland
open it, but in the meantime, I am happy to have ssh working, and I
can even kill the high numbered sshd I had launched.  


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