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Failed connect

Hi,

when i do this:

$ git push -u origin --all

i get

fatal: unable to access 'https://xxxxx@bitbucket.org/xxxxxx/proves.git/': Failed connect to bitbucket.org:443; No error

What is the problem?

thanks

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AgentSmith Atlassian Team Oct 27, 2013

It looks like your client side may be blocking you. Are you able to access the bitbucket.org website?

You can try to tcptraceroute us on port 443 to be sure.

Additionally, you can run the same push command with the following syntax to see what error is actually coming from http:

GIT_CURL_VERBOSE=1 git push origin --all

Hope this helps!

Hello @Albert Ga

When I used Git Bash to push a new project to remote,I met the same problem with you today.

The problem is proxy limit.

git config -global http.proxy http://username:password@IP:port
git config -get -global http.proxy
git config --system (or --global or --local) --unset http.proxy

Hope this helps you.

 

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