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How to find the internal IP address of a machine for an external user

From: Adriano Nassi <adriano_at_historicalengineering.com>
Date: 2007-10-10 13:12:02 CEST

Dear All,

I am using SVN serve release 1.2.3 on Mac OsX machine.

The folder where I am putting the projects is as follow:

If I use the svn protocol.


Inside the same machine we have Apache server and I can reach the
same folder with this path:


Our environment has a router with a static IP address (e.g. as external IP) and inside our LAN the machine's IP is
for instance

The question is:

How can I reach the folder outside my office?

I tried to use the http protocol but I dunno witch IP address I have
to use because the for instance is he IP of the router and
I dunno in which way I can find the IP address of my local machine
where within there is the svn serve.

Any suggestions,

Thanks a lot.

Adriano Nassi
Received on Wed Oct 10 13:12:17 2007

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