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remote emacspeak and IP masquerade

Try the ssh-<engine> servers; I've now almost entirely switched
to using these rather than starting a local server on 2222.

You need to make sure that the remote end can ssh to your local
end without prompting for a password (see the comments in
ssh-dtk-exp or ssh-outloud)

I'm not sure if the rpm releases bundled these; I seem to
remember adding them to the dist rule fairly recently. But you
should be able to grab them from CVS.

>>>>> "Peter" == Peter Rayner <peter.rayner@cea.fr> writes:
    Peter> versions: emacspeak 22.0 on emacs 21.3 with CENTOS-4
    Peter> (kernel 2.6.9) Ive been running a version of TVR's
    Peter> remote access procedures for years by: 1) start local
    Peter> speech server 2) log on to remote machine without
    Peter> sound 3) have an alias set up to start emacs using the
    Peter> emacspeak-remote-connect-to-server function This
    Peter> accesses port 2222 on my local machine, on which the
    Peter> speech-server listens.  Port 2222 is sometimes blocked
    Peter> and I've occasionally tunneled through with ssh
    Peter> although not reliably.  Now a new problem.  I'm behind
    Peter> a router that's using IP masquerade so the remote
    Peter> machine can't even see me.  X must solve this problem
    Peter> but no combination of port-forwarding I've tried seems
    Peter> to do it.  Anyone else had any more luck?  cheers
    Peter> Peter
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