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Multiple web servers behind a single firewall

I have multiple web servers behind a single firewall (SVN, Exchange, etc.). I want to be able to access all of the various servers remotely, but since they are All using the same port (the standard ...
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1answer
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SSH, SVN and firewalls

I have a typical set up where by my SVN server is on a machine behind the firewall and I have a gateway machine which I can SSH into. When outside the network if I want to checkout the repository I ...
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4answers
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Windows 7 is blocking ports

I am trying to open port 80 and 3690 for HTTP and svnserve respectively (inbound for both). I have Windows Firewall off, and have tried temporarily disabling Mcafee VirusScan Enterprise, to no avail. ...
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1answer
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What is the simplest way to use svn repository through firewall without compromizing the security?

I have a multiple Win xp/7 PCs in a network that have no Internet access. All traffic is routed through a firewall PC (latest ubuntu LTS, without admin). This firewall has limited ports open to ...
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2answers
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Issue with China's Great Firewall (or other odd networking issue)

We periodically deploy an application to a computer located in China (from Canada). We deploy the changes using Subversion - we're talking a ~100Mb diff. We've noticed that the speeds are good until ...
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3answers
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Safe access to my home network subversion repository

I have a subversion server setup on my home network (windows). I'd like to open a port in my router/firewall and allow access to it from the net. What do I need to do to make sure I don't put both ...