Accessing repository via ssh if stash is behind a reverse proxy

Currently my stash instance runs on a local computer and http requests to my stash url is handled on another server using apache ProxyPass,

Example:

stash.website.com -> Apache Server -> ProxyPass -> 192.168.0.10:7990

How would I enable SSH access to the stash url if my system is set up this way?

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Hi Clifford,

Does this SSH documentation help?

Regards,

Tom.

Hi Tom,

Yes I have, but the local server doesnt have a url, just a local IP address. I set up the stash settings for ssh to port 8888 and forwarded that port in the firewall directly to the local server that runs stash.

Nevermind, I found the issue, my friend was the one who was supposed to open port 8888 and point it to the internal server, turns out, he hasn't yet. connecting when on the internal network is fine, just got to wait for him to set it up haha.

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