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Re: please don't top-post

On 23/08/2010 12:00, Thomas Goirand wrote:

I normally reply to each person doing it and keep such recommendation
quiet. But as it's becoming recurring problem that many ignore of fail
to understand, I have to write it for everyone. This isn't your average
marketing person that you are addressing a mail here, but a debian-*
list with other IT persons. Respect others and do not top post: it's
unreadable if you do.

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
A: Top-posting.
Q: What is the most annoying thing in e-mail?

Thanks for considering the above,

Thomas Goirand (zigo)

Dominique Görsch wrote:
Hello Gerhard,

that's not true. If the (transparent) proxy do not accept the
CONNECT-Method (as needed for https) but only the GET-Method you cannot
ssh through it, never the less on which port it listens.

Best regards
Dominique Görsch

Am 22.08.2010 22:42, schrieb Gerhard Venter:
80 is just a port number like any other.
So if the server you need to connect to isn't a web server (fat chance I
guess), you could run an ssh daemon on port 80.
That would be very easy, and meet all your requirements but you can't do
it if the server is already running something on port 80

On 22 August 2010 01:11, Boris Pavlov<edi@elib.minfin.bg
<mailto:edi@elib.minfin.bg>>  wrote:

     lemme ask you: 1) user 2) proxy 3) target sshd?
     if so:

     a) can you access the proxy directly as proxy server pointing
     address and port?

     b)ask (or try, see below) if it supports CONNECT. usually, if you
     can make httpS - yes;

     c)if yes - on which ports.

     bind sshd at the target on this port (for example 443); just make
     sure the port is unused, and add another line with another one Port
     command, like this:
     # What ports, IPs and protocols we listen for
     Port 22
     Port 443
     reload or restart sshd and :
     netstat -lnp|grep sshd
     tcp        0      0<>* LISTEN      14379/sshd
     tcp        0      0<>* LISTEN      14379/sshd

     use client which supports this (putty for example)

     PS tested, works with plain proxy (squid) and putty.
     PS/2 sorry for the yelling, but: IT IS MANAGEMENT PROBLEM. don't try
     too hard to solve management problems with technical solutions. if
     you succeed, it may become nasty management's habit. sorry for the
     poor english.

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that is a very good email Thomas! thank you!

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