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Not having to use ports 2082 and 2095

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by imagic, Sep 12, 2003.

  1. imagic

    imagic Well-Known Member

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    We've just had another complaint from a client that they can't get to their cpanel and webmail at work. Apparently, more and more businesses are blocking ports and 2082 and 2095 get blocked.

    Is there a way to get access to cpanel and to webmail without using these ports?

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    jphilipson Well-Known Member

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    hello,
    This thread explains the only way you can do it that I know of. Its really a hassle, becuase most good sysadmin at companies only let common (http, mail etc) ports through... so even if you change it, you still may not be able to access it.

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    Setting up stunnel on a diffrent port to reply that port to the one the services is running on is one way..

    You could setup a webmail.yourhost.com or somthing, and install a webmail client on it so that people could just go to webmail.yourhost.com.

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    I am interested in doing just this.. installing a webmail client, or preferably just installing HOrde on it's own subdomain with port 80. Has anyone done this?

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