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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cat3y3, Oct 3, 2003.

  1. cat3y3

    cat3y3 Member

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    At work i can't access cpanel and WHM because there is a firewall which is blocking all ports except 80.

    Is there enyway to install cpanel on port 80 or an other sollution for this problem.

    At least i want to be able to check my email with webmail. Can i install horde on port 80?


    [this is my first post on this forum, i like this forum, there is really usefull information, tnx!]

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  2. xcpointx

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    Id like to know this as well.

    It would also be cool if I could get SSH to run on port 80 as well? Isnt there a way to do this?
     
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    Hmm, my work has just done the same!

    Seems to be a growing trend in companies to cut internet access these days.

    I really need to access webmail via port 80, looks like the only way is to install your own version of horde or whatever.
     
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    Search through the forum for proxy and you'll find two or three different proxy services you can run to get by this issue.
     
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    AWESOME! Now how can I get SSH to run on Port 80? or is that not a good idea?
     
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    HTTPD runs on port 80 !

    For webmail use something rather then horde.
    Download a php mail system.
     
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