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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 my svn repo at risk and put at risk the rest of the network?

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  • Unix or Windows?
    – GeneQ
    Jul 26 '09 at 3:02
  • Pretty much the best thing to do is use encryption.
    – jtbandes
    Jul 26 '09 at 3:05
  • right, it's a windows box Jul 26 '09 at 3:16
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Have you looked at Visual SVN Server?

It's free and really nice. It sets up SSL access for you and everything.

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I've tried sharing out my SVN repository via svnserve+SSH (before moving to git). Works fine and it's secure. Svnserve is a lightweight stand-alone server which uses a custom protocol over an ordinary TCP/IP connection which ships every copy of Subversion.

Here's the Unix way, Appendix G. Securing Svnserve using SSH,

and here's the Windows way, Svnserve Based Server Chapter 3. The Repository

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  • I've not tried setting up svnserve on Windows so I can't verify if it works. I guess it should.
    – GeneQ
    Jul 26 '09 at 3:14
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GeneQ's answer is right.

But if you paranoic, then you create VPN/SSH connection to your home network.

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