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Re: Connect from different networks

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Connect from different networks
Date: Sat, 23 Aug 2003 13:50:38 -0400 (EDT)

Matthias Teege writes:
> I have a CVS repository on my home network. In normal case I connect
> only from my internal lan.  But if I work at a customers office I
> want to connect via a dyndns name. Is it possible to make a working
> copy if I were at home (cvs.mynet.dom) on my notebook, go to the
> customers office and do checkins to (home.dyndns.adr)?

You should be able to use your dyndns name even when connecting on your
home network, in which case it would just work reguardless of whether
you're at home or on the road.  Otherwise, you can just use the -d
global option to override the stored local network CVSROOT with the
correct dyndsn CVSROOT.

-Larry Jones

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-- Calvin

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