DISCLAIMER: All the solutions on this answer, can lead you to be fired for violating your organization security policy. If there is a
Network Administrator that is constantly checking for abnormal traffic
peaks and patterns, you could be caught. If you don't want to follow
the path of making a technical kludge to get the access, i suggest you
to follow vonbrand's answer and request the access in a legal
As the one that is asking shown at the comments it's intention to
avoid security policies using affirmatives like "i have no root
access" and "this port is blocked at my company" at the comments, the same way it is
using a throwaway account, I took the liberty to remove technical
details that would facilitate the process of creating the "solutions"
from my answer. However, the idea remains cause that is the principle
of the hacker way of think, a skill that anyone working with IT
Option 1: Put ssh to listen on a different port.
Option 2: Redirect the traffic incoming from another port to tcp/22(ssh)
Option 3: Use
shellinabox to make a remote web terminal.AVOID USING HTTP. Use a certificate as explained at the
shellinabox manpages, even if it is self-signed.
Option 4(non-root solution): Pay for a simple server at a cloud provider(one that costs 5-10US$ month) to have a ssh jumpbox.