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Report the bug of the authentication process

From: Okabayashi, Hirotsugu <Hirotsugu.Okabayashi_at_jp.sony.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2013 10:52:55 +0900

Dear User Support,

TSVN definitely has a bug about the authentication process with IPv6.
After the authentication process, we can see the error message.
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/819124/en) See "WSANO_DATA (11004)".
* At first, we inferred DNS matter. We've already registered the A(AAAA)
  record to DNS but we've seen the unchanged error message.

There are two reasons.

1. There is no problem with a browser, but is a problem with TSVN.
  If we access to subversion with a browser, a browser can authenticate
  and show the contents or revision.
  If we access to subversion with a TSVN with IPv4, a TSVN can authenticate
  and show the contents or revision.
  If we use IPv6, however, TSVN display the error message.
  (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/819124/en) See "WSANO_DATA (11004)".
  * Now, we register the record to DNS. we've seen the unchanged error message.
  With IPv6, TSVN's dialog doesn't appear. Instead of that, we can see
  Windows' Security Window.(We use Windows. See below, Environment Information.)

2. There is no problem about the network or authentication's configuration.
  Another applications can be authenticated and a browser also can.
  Even if we input the incorrect ID or password, TSVN demands to re-input it.
  This means the authentication has no problem. There is a problem after the
  We can see the error massage after inputting your correct ID and password.
  LDAP or BasicAuth has the same trouble. Please try it under the Windows environment.
  It's very easy for you to confirm this operation.(if you have the IPv6's environment)
* I think Subversion has no problem. We can success it with a browser.

**** Environment Information ****
-TortoiseSVN 1.8.1
-Windows 7 Enterprise
-Use common company proxy server with SSL
-Authenticated with Active Directory Server(LDAP)
-Edit hosts file(Don't use DNS)
  We registered the host name of NAT64 as SVN server.
  * Even if you register the record to DNS, the error message appears.
-Use IPv6(Dual Stack)

-convert IPv4(Client Side) to IPv6(Server Side)
-convert IPv6(Server Side) to IPv4(Client Side)
-At first, not exist the host name in DNS
-We can tell you more information if you need.

[SVN Server]
-RedHat 5.3
-Apache 2.2 setting of Active Directory(LDAP)
-Subversion 1.7.5
-Use only IPv4
*With file authentication(AuthType is Basic), we can see the same error message.


Sony Global Solutions Inc.
Global Application Delivery Division
GADC Promotion Department
Technology Promotion Section
Hirotsugu Okabayashi
Tel: 03-5479-6566(ext: 9-337-6566)


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