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Hi, I've got a BIG problem connecting to my server. The root of the issue is that I'm stuck with Hughesnet (I'm using it right now. It sucks.) and I ...
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    Hughesnet, anyone?


    Hi, I've got a BIG problem connecting to my server. The root of the issue is that I'm stuck with Hughesnet (I'm using it right now. It sucks.) and I need to get in from the outside world. I've got a Hughesnet modem feeding a Linksys VPN router with feeds several computers, one of which is a Fedora Core 4 server.

    The company says the connection should have a static IP, but that seems questionable. When I look in the modem, it tells me it has one IP address, but when I query google with "what's my ip", I get something else. So there must be a proxy. Could there be any way to ssh through this crap? Might I have luck with a VPN tunnel?

    This really has me stumped.

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    vpns don't work well on Hughs net this site won't let me put in ulr's so put an http in fornt of this link.
    //kb.hughesnet.com/display/2n/index.asp?c=12&cpc=dt2wJiVUQ8s0WMPyKTgW6Jd18xTb14q A4cNfr5EdxY0IfnR2&cid=3&cat=&catURL=&r=0.8858606

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