I wasn't sure if I should copy this reply to the list or not. But since
I cannot access the website, and the problem appears to be on the server
and not on the client side, I thought I will copy the list, just in case
a kind soul that administers the subversion website can get my IP
unlocked, if that is indeed what is wrong.
Thanks Paul for your suggestions,
Are you in control, or have access to the firewall info on the
Paul Koning wrote:
>>>>>> "Urs" == Urs Rau <email@example.com> writes:
> Urs> For the past two months, or possibly longer, I have not been
> Urs> able to browse the subversion.tigris.org website. At first I
> Urs> thought it might have been a misconfiguration of the webserver,
> Urs> but by now I have tried it from other IP numbers and it works
> Urs> fine from those.
> You might check if it's a filter at your side. Companies often set up
> outbound filtering as a security measure.
I am in full control of the firewall. I have not setup such a filter.
Also it used to work fine in the past. The only thing I could think of
is ident daemon responses, and I have tried it both ways with the identd
working or with ident repsonses suppressed, it appears to make no
> I've had to remind local IT
> people to leave port 3690 open for outbound traffic.
Not sure what protocol or program uses port 3690. Is that a port that is
relevant to being able to browse the subversion website? Or is it an
example of the sort fo things that can be wrong at sites? With it being
higher than port number 1024, I am not sure what you mean here, could
you please explain? Thanks.
> There are also clueless ISPs that like to block traffic.
No, mine does not.
> You may be
> able to reason with them, though some of these people are too dumb for
> that to work, in which case shifting your business elsewhere is the
> only option.
The thing is, if I set up any other proxy from somewhere on the
internet, then browsing subversion site works fine. So it isn't a port
that is being blocked. It genuinely looks as if the
subversion.tigris.org webserver doesn't like my IP. Maybe there is an
abuser near my IP number and they blocked a whole block.
Thanks for your suggestions,
PS: Below is what I get from a wget -S
wget -v --cache=off --proxy=off -S http://subversion.tigris.org/
Resolving subversion.tigris.org... 22.214.171.124
Connecting to subversion.tigris.org[126.96.36.199]:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response...
1 HTTP/1.0 403 Forbidden
2 Date: Fri, 09 Dec 2005 09:14:44 GMT
3 Server: Apache/2.0.50 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.0.50 OpenSSL/0.9.7a DAV/2
mod_choke/0.1 mod_auth_mda/2.0 mod_jk/1.2.0 SVN/1.1.1 mod_auth_svn/0.1
4 Content-Length: 416
5 Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1
6 X-Cache: MISS from netgate
7 Connection: keep-alive
09:14:52 ERROR 403: Forbidden.
PPS: As before I am lurking as BigBear on the #svn irc at
irc://freenode.net/svn in case some admin of the website wants to do
real-time tests and logging.
Thanks for any help with this. If there is an email address of a person
that I should direct this email to, and then, if appropriate, only send
a summary with a description of the resolution to the list, please let
me know who that individual is. Thanks.
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