RabbitMQ and SSH behind firewall

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Diego Bernardes, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. I have some computers behind a firewall, the only ports i can use is 80
    and 443, http and https.

    Ive made a script using RabbitMQ that uses port 5673 i thin and SSH that
    use port 22.

    But how can i use them behind the firewall?

    Have any way to tunneling all over the https or http?

    Thanks!
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    Diego Bernardes, Mar 11, 2010
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