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RE: Connection forcibly closed problem

From: Mcgee, Mark <mark.mcgee_at_credit-suisse.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2008 08:23:53 +0100

Hi David

Thanks for your suggestions. I tried adding my (virtual) SVN server to
the DMZ, but I get the same results - I'm now suspicious of my work
network, which is where I'm testing from.

I can browse to the repository using Internet Explorer (the proxy is
configured with a PAC script here in the office), but any kind of
"tracert" or "ping" (I enabled the response on the router) ends up with
destination host unreachable error.

I turned on logging on the router, and when I browse from the web, I see
that the routing rule is being hit and the request is being forwarded on
to my server (when not in DMZ).

I have managed to connect to the rhino mocks public SVN repository
(https://rhino-tools.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/rhino-tools/trunk) by
putting a proxy from the PAC file in to the svn config file, but this
proxy doesn't seem to work for my home repository - a different route

I'm going to have to knock something up to run the javascript in the PAC
script with the URL of my repository, to see what it comes up with and
try that.


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