HTTP, FTP, REMOTE, or VNC through a Http Proxy?
Posted on 2004-10-26
We have thirty computers running in our school, all running on WindowsXp pro machines which are all networked together. Our network is firewalled and site-checked. I found out that by manually inputting a http proxy (hostname: borderman04 port: 8080) in aim, putty, and some other utilities, it will work through the firewall. Is there a way I can use that trick to setup a http, winvnc, remote desktop, or ftp server that can get past the firewall? I do alot of work at home and would like to save my work and still work off our server computer, which runs windows xp pro. Currently, only computers within the network can access the shared files and http server on the computer. I'm willing to install whatever it takes to do so. Could anyone help? Thanks. I'm asking points to be refunded too if this isn't possible. Thanks