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Re: CVS access through a firewall

From: Rob
Subject: Re: CVS access through a firewall
Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2000 12:22:11 -0800
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Just configure SSH to use the nonstandard port in it's config
file. This can also be done on SSH's command line:

ssh -p <port>

I am not sure if you can say

CVS_RSH=ssh -p <port>

but you could try it.

CVS does not care what port SSH uses. 

On Fri, Nov 24, 2000 at 11:55:15AM -0800, Stephen Rasku wrote:
> Eric Siegerman wrote:
> >
> >On Fri, Nov 24, 2000 at 10:21:08AM -0800, Stephen Rasku wrote:
> >> Is it possible to configure the CVS client to talk to a
> >> different port than the default ssh port (e.g. possibly through
> >> a CVSROOT variable.)?
> >
> >It's SSH that needs to be configured.  In /etc/ssh_config (or
> >whatever it's called on your system), put a "Port" directive in
> >the entry for the CVS server.
> >
> But how do I configure the client to talk on that port?  Can I use 
> CVSROOT or CVS_RSH (or something else?) to specify what port to use?
> -- 
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