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John, > > Your router should be able to do this for you. > > I'm curious what you mean. > My router just sees incoming traffic on different ports. It doesn't > know about what repository is being accessed via those ports. > > (Probably I misunderstand your statement) In context: > exposed to the 'net which only allows :sserver: or :ssh: Your router should be able to do this for you. In other words: your router can ensure that only some protocols are exposed to the net (by allocating those protocols to certain ports). Limiting a protocol to a set of repositories is not difficult to code. You can do it yourself (since CVSNT is open source) or if you purchased CVS Suite licenses for all users and send it in as a feature request we would add it for you (how long it would take would be directly proportionate to your support level: bronze, silver, gold, platinum; and the number of licenses you hold and the priority you assign to it when you lodge it as a commercial feature request), and you'd also then get all the other benefits of the commercial version (including knowing that you are supporting the open source project). Regards, Arthur Barrett