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Re: Remote access...

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2007-01-09 01:09:55 CET

If you already have VPN access working, then by all means use it. Don't
go through the process of setting up a web server if you don't need to.

There are no pros or cons for or against either approach. It is up to
you as to which access method you wish to use and which access method is
available and working.

Brian Erickson wrote:
> Snippet from another recent post about configuration files...
>
>
>>> We ended up serving with
>>> apache2 because as web developers we're familiar with it,
>>>
>> and it let
>>
>>> us access the repository from outside the company securely using
>>> https, which was a bonus for those times when someone
>>>
>> needed to check
>>
>>> something out from home.
>>>
>
> Setting up a web server is something I have never done before. However,
> I do have some experience with VPN's. I was wondering if someone could
> post pros/cons about using apache2 vs. vpn for remote access to the
> repsitory. I tested the file:// access using the vpn and it seems to
> work fine.
>
> Thanks,
> Brian
>
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