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(Client) <--> (https proxy) <--> (https svn)

From: <Patrick.LOGE_at_cec.eu.int>
Date: 2003-09-24 09:59:38 CEST

(Client) <--> (https proxy) <--> (https svn)

Does anybody use this architecture ?

I can browse my repositories without problem with mozilla but if I try
checkout I get :

D:\Temp\crotte>svn co https://xxx.yyyy.com/svn/svn_test
Error validating server certificate: Unknown certificate issuer, Hostname
mismatch. Accept? (y/N): y
svn: RA layer request failed
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/svn_test'
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn_test': Could not read response body: Secure
connection truncated (https://xxx.yyyy.com)

I'm using self signed certificates on both machines

https svn ---> Mandrake 9.1 : svn 0.29 + httpd-2.0.47 + compiled from sratch
https proxy ---> Mandrake 9.1 : apache installed from rpms on the proxy
Certificates are generated using
http://www.corserv.com/freebsd/apache-ssl-howto.html

I'm using https because of proxies (http don't go through)

Thanks

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