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Re: webDAV - SVN port forwarding

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 09:21:36 +0100

2009/3/29 fabio codebue <fabio.codebue_at_gestionaleopen.org>:
> I wanna put my svn on internet only for my developer
> So I have a DMZ with two server: a linux centOS 5.2 server and a
> windows2003 sbs server.
> All it's protected by IPCop.
> Firewall have a static internet address.
> Into the firewall I forward some port to allow access from the web for
> some service:
> . customer support
> . remote desktop
> . svn
> . voIP
> which are exactly the port to port forward SVN service using webDAV?
> I only set 3690, is it enough?
> Probably I have to set 443 port too, but it's already use by customer
> support, i have to change it into webDAV settings?

3690 is the port used by svnserve for the svn:// protocol. webDAV uses
the standard ports for http://, i.e. 80 and 81, although I think you
can configure Apache to use different ports if required. In my company
we already have MS-IIS (bah! humbug!) on the http ports, so I set up
svnserve instead and it works fine. You can configure svnserve to use
its standard authentication mechanism, or you can use Cyrus SASL if
you want the data encrypted over the internet.


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