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How to host website over public ip in centos 6 server

I don't have router so i built the system as a router in CentOS 6.4 with the help of IPtables. I have a server which is connected to the Local LAN. suppose 192.168.1.1 Then i forwarded the public ip ...
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Virtual host - SVN - disable direct access from server ip

I have a debian with apache2 on board. Only port 443 is opened and I'm exposing a SVN with svn_dav. I want to disable access to my server using ip address only (ie //1.2.3.4) and I want to be able to ...
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accessing virtualhost svn server through ssh tunnel

I'm facing the following problem: I need to access a svn depot (https) from a machine which block port 443 output. I have a normal user shell access. I can successfully do a ssh tunnel like that: ...
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Apache SVN: Access to repository forbidden via client, HTTP is okay?

SVN on my webserver seems to have broken after I made some changes. It's configured to be part of one HTTPS virtual host, not universally accessible. My SVN clients give the error 'access to (repo) ...
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Setting up SVN Server on CentOS as a Virtual Host

So, I've followed every tutorial I can find on Google and still can't get this to work. Below is the subversion.conf file I have in my conf.d folder of my server. LoadModule dav_svn_module ...
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Setting up an SVN repository on a subdomain

I've found a few guides for setting up a subversion repository and making it available via a subdomain (using a virtual host in Apache), but for some reason can't get things working. Here's what I've ...
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Is it possible to setup and Svn repository on an existing hosted web server?

In this case I don't have full access to it. (hostgator) Can I install/use a svn repository for my code ? I'd like to kill two birds with one stone since I already run a website off of it.