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Which ports need to be open on a personal firewall to allow outbound ssh connections?

asked Dec 29 '10 at 21:20

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If a personal firewall is used (usually on the client side) to control outbound traffic, typically the SSH Client processes (such as ssh-broker-cli or ssh-broker-gui) have to be separately allowed outbound connections to port 22.

If certificate authentication is used and LDAP is part of the PKI setup, secure shell needs access also to an LDAP server (by default port 389).

In server certificate authentication outbound connections to port 389 have to be allowed on the client side. (Similarly for incoming SSH connections: In user certificate authentication outbound connections to port 389 have to be allowed on the server side for the ssh-servant-g3.exe.)

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