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Putty troubles

From: Bob McGwier N4HY <n4hy_at_idaccr.org>
Date: 2006-02-27 19:29:47 CET

I am attempting to use TortoiseSVN behind the firewall at my workplace.
We allow ssh tunneling. The ssh tunneling is working perfectly as I can
use putty to open a console/session on the remote server with the key
exchange, so the putty key is correct and ssh is functional. So I
pageant.exe the key.

When I attempt to do a repository browse I get Putty internal error,
"Invalid port number". This key, putty, svn works perfectly at my
home where my firewall is not quite as aggressive as it is here at
work. Putty is working as the ssh works. I have tried not doing
pageant but entering the passphrase manually when challenged. No joy.

cvs and svn both work absolutely perfectly when this machine (dual
booted) is in Linux so the ssh tunneling for cvs/svn is working through
the firewall.

Is it in any way conceivable that you could be doing ANY exchange
whatsoever outside of the ssh tunnel? In that event, our firewall
would block it completely.

Thank you,
Bob McGwier

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Received on Mon Feb 27 21:06:04 2006

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