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Theres a handy trick with SSH. If you are inside a network with an anally retentive firewall, but you need *inbound* ssh support from a given box ( for something like git+ssh ), you can do a bit of magic by forwarding your ssh port to the remote box.
ssh -R 32123:127.0.0.1:22 $remotebox
$remotebox:> git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:32123/path/on/your/machine.
its essentially, forwarding an ssh server over ssh, and then sshing back the other way.
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