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Re: CVS and Port Forwarding

From: Joi Ellis
Subject: Re: CVS and Port Forwarding
Date: Thu, 9 May 2002 11:10:35 -0500 (CDT)

On Wed, 8 May 2002, Steve P wrote:

> Here's a problem I'm facing...hopefully you can help
> I have CVS sitting on an NT machine that sits behind a firewall for which I
> have set up port forwarding.  The specified port is 1000.  The cvs root is
> c:\cvsroot
> what would be the correct string to access this?
> In other words:  address@hidden:1000:c:/cvsroot doesn't work.  Again,
> what would be correct?
> Many thanks,
> Steve

What version of cvs client are  you using?  What I've found is that
cvs 1.11 accepts the port format, but fails to use it.  It actually uses it 
in 1.11p1 and 1.11.2.

Joi Ellis                    Software Engineer
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