In the meantime, the CVS server has been shared with several other groups.
To smooth the transition, I've proposed that we just run both ports for a week to give everybody time to switch.
My first thought on how to do this was good 'ol netcat. No such luck.
I was thinking along the lines of
nc -lp 2401 127.0.0.1 5222
when that didn't work, I tried
nc -lp 2401 | nc 127.0.0.1 5222
Still no dice.
The idea here was that I could have this just go on system startup if the box were rebooted for some reason.
I've gone with the old ssh port forwarding scheme but, it seems a bit of overkill.
ssh -gL 2401:127.0.0.1:5222 firstname.lastname@example.org
I know that I could write a little program to proxy the port but, I've already used more time on this than I think it deserves.
Just my $0.02, other solutions are always welcome.