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Re: Port 81 setup with svnserve

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-07-24 01:33:00 CEST

Andrew Connell wrote:
> I've installed Subversion on my Windows 2003 server @ home, specifying it
> to
> run on port 81 and as a Windows service using SVNService. This server is
> always on. I also have a broadband router setup to provide DHCP and NAT
> for
> my home network. I configured it to do port forwarding of port 81 -> my
> server. Finally, I have a dynamic DNS client installed I use to get to my
> network from outside (for the sake of this email it's: ac.mydomain.com).
> I also have a client on the same network that has no problem getting into
> Subversion using TortiseSVN using the address: svn://ac.mydomain.com:81
> (my
> client has an entry in the hosts file pointing to the internal IP of my
> Win2003 server)
> However, when I'm outside my network (like at work), I can't connect to my
> Subversion installation using the same address/config info (never prompted
> for authentication). I know my company has 81 wide open as I've used it
> before. My router is forwarding 81 -> the server as 81, so what else
> would
> I need to do?

It sounds like whatever the problem is, it is entirely to do with your
networking setup, and nothing to do with Subversion.
Do some generic TCP/IP testing and troubleshooting.

On an unrelated note, it's a little bizarre to be running svnserve on an
'http-ish' port like 81. It seems like inviting confusion in the future.


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