[cvsnt] Re: accessing cvsnt behind a router

jim moore spam at spam.com
Fri Jun 27 18:24:27 BST 2003

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I'm quite a dope. I have Zone Alarm Pro running on the box hosting cvsnt and
forgot to allow port 2401 in it. doh!


"Bo Berglund" <bo.berglund at telia.com> wrote in message
news:rl4hfvoi50qg3g5jbnqh17tugnmnctb087 at 4ax.com...
> On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 12:13:23 -0400, "jim moore" <jim at scolamoore.com>
> wrote:
> >I'm running cvsnt on a machine that lives behind a linksys router. If I
> >access the server from another machine on the lan (also behind the
> >everything is fine. If I try to access it from the internet (outside the
> >router) though, I get a "Cannot connect to host" message (I am using
> >eclipse). I forwarded port 2401 from the router to the host machine, but
> >does not help (port forwarding is working fine for getting to the web
> >(port 80) also running on that machine).
> >
> >has anyone something similar to this setup and got it working? any advice
> >would be appreciated.
> >
> >--jim
> >
> I have a similar and working setup:
> - DLink router (ADSL 24/7 connection)
> - Port 2401 forwarding from the internal W2K server running CVSNT
> - Protocol in use: SSPI
> When connecting from Internet you have to point your CVSROOT towards
> the router IP, not the server.
> Also you must use the :sspi:user at router:/repo style of CVSROOT.
> Then you need to do cvs login too (once only).
> Give the NT password of the user and you are set.
> /Bo
> (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)

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