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I am a college student. Frequently, I find myself needing to ssh into my computer from outside of the school network. Unfortunately, the school network is behind a restrictive firewall, ...
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    College Network Problem


    I am a college student. Frequently, I find myself needing to ssh into my computer from outside of the school network. Unfortunately, the school network is behind a restrictive firewall, and I canít log in. I know there are some open ports, but I donít know what they are. Is there any way of determining what these open ports are so I can successfully log into my computer? Thanks for any help.

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    I think your computer at colleague doesn't have its own external IP, and to SSH to it, you first have to SSH to your gateway at colleague and then to your computer, so firewall restriction is not the only thing on your way.

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