What I have:
Here is the context.
I have an Windows XP Pro machine where I have installed the VisualSVN Server (which is using Apache behind).
I configured VisualSVN Server to use the secured port 8443.
(It doesn't really matter what port VisualSVN Server is using here.)
I can now access SVN by using this link: https://localhost:8443/svn/
On IIS, I have some websites that I access using the port 443.
I can access these websites using the https protocol like this: https://localhost/
What I need:
I would like to access the SVN server without using the port, like this
I think I need to redirect the traffic from the port 443 to the port 8443. ?!?
What I've tried:
What I thought I needed was a redirect proxy, so I tried to use SvnReverseProxy that I found here: http://gstoolkit.codeplex.com/
I tried with VisualSVN Server working on 8080 and 8443. In both cases, same result.
The SvnReverseProxy service is running successfully, but is adding the below code to httpd-custom.conf (located on C:\Program Files\VisualSVN Server\conf )
<Location /svn/> SVNIndexXSLT "/svn/svnindex.xsl" </Location>
and then VisualSVN Server stops working, not being able to locate the svnindex.xsl file.
So, is it possible to have VisualSVN Server working through IIS on 443?