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From: D.J. Heap <dj_at_shadyvale.net>
Date: 2003-12-19 17:15:02 CET

It could be a buggy firewall which newer versions of neon do not like.
Neon-0.24.2 works fine with ours, but when I tried to upgrade to
neon-0.24.4 it broke with this same error because the firewall is
returning a bad result on a connect. Try downgrading to neon-0.24.2 and
see if that works. Joe Orton said he'd try to get it fixed for 0.25.


stavares@thecityside.com wrote:
> stavares@mail.thecityside.com wrote ..
> <snip>
>>Could it be that the firewall is checking the http/dav header HTTP_USER_AGENT
>>prop and seeing that it is not a browser and rejecting the connection?
>>And if it is, is there a way to configure svn or dav to use a different
>>value for the HTTP_USER_AGENT prop.?
> Thanks for all your replies, If I do find away around this I'll post it here.

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