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Re: Subversion problem

From: Jeff Mitchell <jeffrey.mitchell_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 11:35:32 -0500

> svn: PROPFIND of '/documents': could not connect to server
> (https://svn.penfieldmednetwork.com)

Make sure that you can open a connection to the server from the client
machine. E.g. open a command prompt and try "telnet
svn.penfieldmednetwork.com 443" and see what happens. Using the
Windows telnet client, if it cannot connect to the server you'll get a
message like this:

C:\>telnet bookcase 232

Connecting To bookcase...Could not open connection to the host, on
port 232: Connect failed

Whereas if you can connect to the server, the command prompt should
clear and you should just get a blinking cursor at the top.

If connect fails with telnet, then the problem is connectivity between
the two machines and isn't related to Subversion.

FWIW, I can connect to your server from my home machine.


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