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Re: Checkout hangs when run remotely over VPN

From: Chris <dy20lqh02_at_sneakemail.com>
Date: 2007-04-20 14:19:37 CEST

Chris dy20lqh02-at-sneakemail.com |TracMailingList| wrote:
> I am running subversion 1.4.3 on Windows server 2003. I am using
> svnserve for access (svn://server/repos), running as a windows service.
> This is a small installation -- there is no apache, there is no SSL.
> The clients are running winxp and win2k.
>
> When on the local network, everything runs fine.
>
> But I have problems when I try to do some things remotely, over a VPN
> connection. Using tortoiseSVN, I can browse the repository without
> problems. If I ask to view a file (directly from the repos-browser), it
> gets the file and opens it in the viewer without problems. However, when
> I checkout, it gets 1 or 2 files, then everything seems to hang. All
> traffic across the VPN seems to stop.

For anyone else with this problem, I fixed it by changing the "TunnelMTU" setting on the client. In my case I had to set it to 1250. 1270 was too large, and that was as fine a resolution as I was willing to go to considering that you have to reboot after each change.

The Microsoft knowledge base article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/826159 describes how to change this. A caution -- various articles on the internet describe how to use the ping command to determine what the correct MTU setting is. Doing this gave me an optimum MTU setting of 1300, but that was too large for the TunnelMTU.

Chris

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