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Re: remote connection from LAN

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: remote connection from LAN
Date: Wed, 04 Oct 2000 09:18:57 -0400

As long as your firewall lets port 2401 through to the CVS server
machine, things should work fine.  Of course, if your place is that
secure, you may have to work overtime assuring your sysadmins that your
CVS server isn't going to give root away to some script kitty on the net.


Derek Price                      CVS Solutions Architect ( )
mailto:address@hidden     OpenAvenue ( )
"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution

                        -- John F. Kennedy

address@hidden wrote:

> Hi,
> If we put our CVS repository to Internet (I mean the machine will get
> a public address), is it possible to connect there from our LAN? Our
> LAN doesn't use public Internet addresses and is connected to Internet
> via some gateway which has a public address. I am not a networking
> expert. But for instance telnet from my local machine doesn't connect
> to the outer world. Will CVS work and how? A competetive product
> StarTeam works from our local machines to Internet, so it might be
> possible to get CVS working this way as well. Does anybody know how?
> And if it is not possible, can anybody (or better some networking
> expert) explain me why? Is there still any workaround (e.g. some
> module to the kernel of our gateway)?
> Many thanks for your ideas
> Ondra K.

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