> My firewall has been letting me know that the TortoiseProc process
> keeps trying to connect to various IP addresses when I try to performs
> actions such as updates, check outs, etc.
> For example, I have a server on my internal work network. Trying to
> update or check out code from that repository causes TortoiseProc.exe
> to try to connect to, for example, 22.214.171.124 (which is NOT the IP
> of my code server). The IP resolves to cds453.iad.llnw.net, a server
> on the Limelight Networks.
> What's going on??
Certificate checks - your repository most likely uses a certificate
(either signed or self signed) and TSVN (more precise, the neon library
used by the svn library) tries to verify that certificate and asks the
servers listed in your windows certificate chain.
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Received on 2008-10-27 19:16:22 CET