We're trying to use a locally hosted instance of Bamboo with BitBucket. When I attempt to configure Bamboo to connect to BitBucket & load a list of repositories I get this error:
Failed to load data from Bitbucket.[500 Server Error]
We have opened up HTTP & HTTPS from the Bamboo server to bitbucket.org. Other than that the Bamboo server does not have any access to the internet. I believe it still has something to do with our firewall rules because I installed Bamboo on a PC at home and configured it the same as the one at work and it was able to connect to BitBucket with no problems.
I’ve searched for specification on what firewall rules are required but I’ve not been able to find anything. Is someone able to assist?
A http 500 error would indicate your Bamboo instance can access bitbucket.org. Please email email@example.com and provide some more information, such as the repository involved, and we might be able to look up the internal error.
bitbucket.org has address 184.108.40.206 bitbucket.org has address 220.127.116.11 api.bitbucket.org has address 18.104.22.168
Currently I am also facing the same problem though I have opened port 80,443 in bamboo server to allow bitbucket. Also I have added the below host names and IP in host key file as the bamboo is running in windows servrer.
bitbucket.orghas address 22.214.171.124
bitbucket.orghas address 126.96.36.199
api.bitbucket.orghas address 188.8.131.52
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