In general, a mirror's SSH URL is very similar to a primary Bitbucket instance's default SSH base URL, and is not configurable.
The easiest way to find out the SSH URL for your mirror is to go to a mirrored repository on your primary server and look at the clone dialog.
If the repository is mirrored, you should see a dropdown menu that lets you pick the mirror, and show you the SSH or HTTPS clone URL for the current repository.
Your mirror's SSH Clone URL structure would look something like this:
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