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Old 11-20-2007, 07:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

I want to connect to a remote server by ssh with my blackberry.

I have BIS option and most BlackBerries are not configured to make data connections from third party applications.

The BIS option by default blocks all ports under 1024 except for 80 and 443.

How can I open ports 22 or 23 in my Blackberry?

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Old 11-20-2007, 07:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I believe that there is a third party application for this. Check the after market software sub forum
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Hi,

I have installed mobileSSH application that supports BIS-transport. but it doesn't work.

The error in ssh connection is: "Connection error: Connection refused" I think that this error is caused for ports closed...

Can I open ports in the Blackberry or it's problem of the operator internet service RIM?

Can you help me?
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Beyond my level of knowledge Juan. Wish I could help more.
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BlackBerrys will certainly allow connections from third party applications. Most apps ask for permission upon installation, though I've never used that particular app on my 8310. I would suggest going into Options, Advanced, Applications and looking at the specific permissions for your application. There are a couple more things you can do, which you may already have checked - make sure the firewall on the BB isn't preventing outgoing connections and also take a look at any firewall/ssh server rules and make sure there are n restrictions on incoming connections. I'm also wondering what type of authentication you have configured on the ssh server and whether the BB app is configured appropriately.

Good luck.

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