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Re: Can not authenticate to Subversion server while at work

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-10-17 23:27:17 CEST

On Oct 17, 2006, at 12:59, Shawn Molloy wrote:

> I am working off a SVN database hosted on a deticated server.
> Apache is the web server software we use to access our code
> repository. I can access the repository fine from my home pc, as
> can everyone else, but when I get to my office computer I attempt
> to connect, it hooks into our web server, but It will not let me
> authenticate. I have a feeling its some kind of port blockage
> through my companies firewall that subversion uses to recieve the
> creditinals, but I am not sure. Any help would be greatly appricated.

When served using Apache, Subversion uses whatever port Apache is
configured to use, which would usually be 80, which is usually great
at getting through firewalls because people usually like to be able
to browse the web. But you can change your Apache server to serve on
whatever port you'd like.

If you were instead serving with svnserve, the default port is 3690,
but you can change that too.

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