[cvsnt] Re: How do I configure CVSNT to accept SSPI connections from remote machines?

Gerhard Fiedler lists at connectionbrazil.com
Tue Oct 25 12:59:13 BST 2005

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Gunter Nagel wrote:

> I figured out how to import directories and files on the cvsnt-server
> into cvsnt with using tortoisecvs. Now I tried the same with a directory
> and files on a remote machine. How can I configure the CVSNT server in
> that way that it accepts remote network connections?

cvsnt itself accepts any connection. Your firewall/routing needs to
allow/forward remote TCP connections on port 2401 to the server with cvsnt
on it. This will allow remote cvsnt clients to connect to the server.


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