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SBS 2003 behind a locked down (inbound) firewall

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marcpanton Posted: Fri, Jul 11 2008 6:23 PM

Hi all,

 

I have a client who has moved into serviced offices.  They have internet access as part of the rent but inbound access is highly restricted (all ports blocked).  The landlord has offered dedicated access (and thus we can have ports opened) for £120 per month....

 

Question: Can anyone think of a way round this?  They cannot have their own lines in, so they can't get their own connection that way.  3G would work but would be limited by download restrictions (eg 3Gb per month)....  Is there similar solution to DDNS?

nb, client wants the use of OWA, VPN, outlook on the move etc, hence the need for the various ports.... 

Cheers,

Marc

 

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