From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-09-03 11:11:06
[2003-09-03] jurko_jamboost wrote:
> Hi Rene.
> Thanks for the information. I managed to get the file from boost-
> However related to this I have (or will have - once
>boost-consulting stops maintaining that mirror) a little problem. I
>can not access the boost CVS server using a normal CVS client and
>pserver protocol because my machine is located behind a firewall with
>atm untouchable security settings. So is there any way to access the
>CVS using some other port (like ssh) and not pservers 2401?
> As an example, the CppUnit project has a dummy address set up that
>forwards all traffic from ports 80 or 443 (both allowed through my
>firewall) to their pserver CVS port.
SF said they would have the anoncvs problems resolve probably this week
(finally after months of waiting). So the problem with CVSweb access to SF
will go away soon.
Other than that it would be up to someone like Dave to set something like a
port forwardning/tunnelling service. Or you (not just you personally but
others like you) could raise the issues with the SF team and see if they can
do something about it.
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