Likely a firewall blocking the server's SVN port. You'll need to track down what port you're using and then make sure: [LIST=1] [*]the chosen/configured port does not conflict with other services (that might get started before it) [*]the firewall is enabling remote connection. [/LIST]
Can't connect to host.
My knowledge of Windows is stale but "netstat" is a Unix/Linux tool. Not sure what it does on Windows. On Linux I'd likely check the ports in use using "netstat -ant" and look for "LISTEN". Hope this helps.
Your router is acting as a NAT. You’ll have to setup a DMZ if you want to connect from the internet. Probably not a good idea since it sounds like your background is a bit “light” and it’s easy to get into trouble (exposing anything to the internet means you’ve got to do a LOT of IT continually).
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