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RE: Running svnserve -d on a different port

From: Ivan Demkovitch <idemkovitch_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-03-24 23:16:44 CET

Could you give more details (links) on how I can run Apache "in front" of
IIS.

Would they be able to access my ASP pages?

Perhaps I can somehow redirect requests based on URL???

I'm just developer trying to set up work environment..

>
>That port looks like it is for Squid, a web proxy.
>
>You could run svn over http, via Apache 2.0, but since you already run IIS,
>that might pose a problem, unless you have Apache sit in front of IIS with
>a
>proxy module.
>
>-- Larry

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