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Plumbing svn over https and mod_proxy_html

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I have Intranet access to SVN/DAV over HTTPS and it works fine.

Now I need to open it up to external access, using mod_proxy_html to forward requests to the /repos/ path to the SVN server from our corporate server (which is where we port-forward 80 and 443 from the outside).

I've been playing with this a couple of hours, but can't get it to work.

In particular, the mod_proxy_html doesn't seem to know what to do with methods like OPTIONS from what I can decipher.

Anyone does this before? Or have any ideas how to do it?

posted Jul 25, 2013 by Sonu Jindal

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On most platforms you have to set some kind of client-side specifics to tell it what port, name, and repo you are using.

answer Jul 25, 2013 by Sudheendra
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Surely you mean mod_proxy_http instead of mod_proxy_html? Is there something in the error log at the time of the problem symptom? Can you share configuration here?

answer Jul 25, 2013 by Sumit Pokharna
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