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Re: Remote access problem

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-21 19:18:03 CET

On 12/21/06, mike009 <mike.forums@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi
> i'm new to subversion.
> I setuped subversion on my pcn did all the steps and it works and i can have
> access within my network
>
> But how can my colleges access this from thier home?
> info :
> - i run behind adsl router
> - I have Dynamic ip address , i use no-ip.com
> so my url to my router ex : teamwork.no-ip.com
> - the computer wich has subversion on it ip = 192.168.2.2 , name : tim
> - svn repository used within the network = svn://tim/project
>
> Is it possible for my colleges to connect to this project , if yes what will
> be the url:
>
> note : i didn't use the apache (too complicated)

The Apache setup isn't that hard, but it's your choice.

This has nothing to do with Subversion and everything to do with your
router. You need to configure your router to forward requests made to
your external IP on a particular port to your internal server & port
where Subversion runs (probably easiest to use 3690, the default
Subversion protocol port, across the board). Then point your
colleagues at the external IP/hostname and they should be able to get
in.

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