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Re: LAN SVN server setup

From: Matt Sickler <crazyfordynamite_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-19 06:14:38 CEST

first off, using the WAN ip from behind a NAT does not work (90 % of
the time). when behind the NAT you need to use the server's local IP
if you want computers outside the NAT to be able to access the svn
server, you need to set up port forwarding on the NAT device (see
portforward.com for details and instructions)

On 5/18/07, Louis Lu <louis.you.lu@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have set up the svn server in a home LAN network, it working well with the
> machines in the LAN network.
> However, the Wan IP seems dynamic, how can i let the machine does not within
> the LAN network connect to the svn server.
> I tried : svn://my wan ip address here/repository, and there is error said,
> can not find the host. seems port forwarding can solve this, can anyone help
> ? how should I set up ? by the way, I am running the server on windows xp.
> many thanks
> --
> Work hard, Play harder

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