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Bypassing 8443

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  1. Djoppa

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    Is there a way to bypass port 8443? I'm not able to install httport on this computer so I have to find another way. :confused:
     
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    Anybody ? ? ? :(
     
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    Is it really that difficult :confused:
     
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    Not sure what you are using that port for but I think this might solve your problems.

    http://www.jmarshall.com/tools/cgiproxy/

    The above link is a cgi proxy that will let you connect to the webserver on port 80 then get redirected to the WHM/Cpanel ports.
     
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    I want to use it to logon to Plesk 6.5. I need an online version, just like the one I just visited but it's a limited version. :(
     
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    Just download it onto your server and use it from there. There are plenty of anonomyzing websites online but most limit port access. You might try anonymizer.com or I would suggest just downloading and using the above link on your server.
     
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    The thing is, I'm not able to download anything from this computer :mad: and I really need access so I'm looking for alternative ideas... And anonymizer.com is blocked by the firewall I'm behind :(

    Oh, I've found the source but I'm not that good with cgi :eek:
     
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    Can you get on ssh, you can wget the file and install it from there. If not you might try and ask somebody else to install it.
     
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    I'm not sure what you mean :confused:
     
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    Are you a client or are you the server owner/admin. This is the cpanel support forums in the first place ;)

    SSH is basically like dos in that it is a text based prompt you can control the system via. It is sort of complex and not the easiest to explain.
     
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    Why on earth are you asking about Plesk issues on the cPanel forums?
     
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    Yeah, I know, maybe I must consider using cpanel instead of plesk ;)

    Right now I'm behind a workstation with a huge firewall behind it. I can only access the server from this place via https://<ip>:8443 but this port is blocked :mad: I can ftp to the server with www.net2ftp.com though.

    Hey, I've found something: http://www.mannerud.org/cgiproxy/nph-procksy.cgi

    But it only runs http and not https :mad:
     
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    Any other tips for me :confused:
     

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