Re: Sneaking past firewalls: ssh on port 23 or 80?
On Mon, 29 Dec 2003 11:42:11 -0700, Monique Y. Herman wrote:
> On Mon, 29 Dec 2003 at 17:15 GMT, Paul Morgan penned:
>> Even with huge internet links, radio is a problem. My corp has
>> upwards of 50,000 PCs, you can imagine the problem and associated cost
>> if rules weren't strict and the penalties non-trivial ("not excluding
>> If you're at work, and you're stealing your company resources (or your
>> time for which your company has paid you) for personal reasons, you're
>> a thief, no two ways about it.
> I wonder if a company could get brownie points with its employees and
> save bandwidth at the same time by proxying/caching some internet radio
> stations for their use? Only one "user" for as many internal users as
> wanted it?
> I have no idea of the technical feasibility of that, nor of the
> legalities. Just a thought.
It's a good thought. Most companies are pretty lenient about checking CNN
for news headlines, for instance, but the streaming thing is a real
problem. I might even suggest your idea :)
It's working as coded.