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Wrong fingerprint fetched


I'm trying to fetch my server fingerprint using the Bitbucket admin panel

But it fetches different fingerprints each time I try.
The one starting by 42 is the right one though.

When I do, in local as a user with no ssh config set, a ssh -o FingerprintHash=md5 -p PORT MY_SERVER_IP I get the right fingerprint.

I use the IP address of the server instead of the hostname as I use Cloudflare proxy and a special port.

In the input field I use XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:PORT

I have tried to remove the host keys and regenerate it, just in case. But it didn't change anything.

Someone has any idea why it returns different fingerprints? What am I doing wrong?



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