A while back I posted that I was looking for a crazy way to get internet at the school my church rents. Well, the school flip-flopped and gave us access to their LAN. One thing we wanted to do was experiment with streaming live internet. This I know how to do as I have done it before with QTSS and QuickTime Broadcaster. I set up a Mac at home on my DSL line with Dawrin QTSS and got it working great, including streaming to it from outside my home network. I went to try it at the school. The school has a proxy server for all web access and apparently has most ports locked down. I couldn't get Broadcaster to talk to my home QTSS, but I did have access to the web admin for the QTSS. (error 5420 which I have found means it can't find the server). Is there a way to build a tunnel through an open port to my QTSS via SSH or something and have Broadcaster find the server that way? Home box is running 10.4.11 and Darwin QTSS 5.5.5 (6 only runs on Leopard), Broadcaster is on my MacBook running Leopard. I am going to try and work with the IT people at the school district to see if they can open something up and work for us even more. Any ideas?