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RE: Port 81 setup with svnserve

From: Andrew Connell <newsbin_at_andrewconnell.com>
Date: 2005-07-25 15:58:48 CEST

I did read them and that's why I was asking if there were any other options.
This does look to be the case... I had someone at the office try the telnet
and it worked. Then I tried over my VPN connection to work (which goes
through a different location and which has a proxy setup) and that was being
blocked.

-AC

-----Original Message-----
From: Leon Zandman [mailto:lzandman@lode.nl]
Sent: Monday, July 25, 2005 9:31 AM
To: Andrew Connell
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: RE: Port 81 setup with svnserve

> Well, I had a few clients outside my network try the telnet
> option and it worked just fine. Then I tried from my work
> and I can't connect. Just says that the connection failed (timeout).

If it works for others then the problem must lie at your work. Did you
read my previous e-mail? As I've said before it is possible that they
have installed a proxy server that controls the internet connection. You
can configure proxy servers, so they only allow standard HTTP commands,
like GET/POST/HEAD. Subversion uses WebDAV, which utilizes special HTTP
commands like PROPFIND, REPORT, MERGE, MKACTIVITY, CHECKOUT. It could be
that those are blocked.

Greetings,

Leon Zandman

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