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Re: Putty Error after new port on host

From: Milen A. Radev <milen_at_radev.net>
Date: 2006-08-13 16:48:23 CEST

On 13/08/06, Jens Strobel <kelloggz@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> i can't find a solution in the web for this.
>
> On the server my svn is based, the port is moved from 22 to
> 24. When i am doing a update now i get:
> "PuTTY Fatal Error": Network error: Connection refused.
>
> I tried serveral thing:
> - Use SVN-Relocate to
> svn+ssh://username@hostname:24/svn/root/...
> - New checkout from url:
> svn+ssh://username@hostname:24/svn/root/...
>
> I can't get it work. In my settings no ssh-client is entered, i
> use the "buildin".
>
> Under linux i use a file: .ssh/config with:
> Host HOSTNAME
> Port 24
> and i works, but i cannot get it work under windows.
>
> I think something is cached, but i cannot find it.
>
> Is there a solution or is there something i don't understand correct?

There are workarounds:

1. Open TSVN's "Settings", go to "Network" and append to "SSH client"
command line "-P 24". The problem is this setting would be active for
every "svn+ssh://" connection.

2. Create a session in PuTTY pointing to the host and port in
question. Use that session name on checkout instead of the host name.
(more info here - http://tortoisesvn.net/node/5)

-- 
Milen A. Radev
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