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From: Samvel Avanesov <seavan_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-09 08:24:31 CEST

Hello, Eric.



Maybe your work firewall is doing that "filters" on some WEBDAV http extensions.

You don't need to setup svn + ssh. Just setup a ssh server at your home and try to estabilish a connection from your work to your home. If you can do that, setup a tunnel from your home 80 to another local port at work.

Another *killer* tip. Most of the firewalls thinks that ssh is https when it's configured in 443 port, and don't filter the packages. Setup your home ssh server in 443 (if your provider let you do that, 'cause here in Brazil, ADSL home links have all ports behind 1024 blocked). You have access to everything you need outside your working LAN.


I've finally made it working. There definately were filters, btw, firewall is hardware CISCO. Setting up a simple Apache SSL configuration helped. Luckily, no firewall at this time can decipher SSL traffic yet =). 

Btw, i tried rerouting to FTP port, and though that worked at home, it hasn't worked outdoors. Maybe some misconfiguration of my Apache server, I don't know.

Anyway, all is good that ends good =). 


Best regards,




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