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IPv4 Whitelisting

I have been trying to clone a repository but I am getting this error:

fatal: unable to access '***REPO***': Failed to connect to port 443: Connection refused

I think the problem is with the corporate firewall; I have tried adding IPv4 address ranges to my hosts file on my machine however I still have the same result. Any help would be appreciated

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Syahrul Atlassian Team Jan 06, 2022

Hey @Elgiz Abbasov 


The error message indicates that your local connection is failing to connect to on port 443 which is an HTTPS port.

This issue is caused by a firewall/proxy configuration on your local network which prevents the connection.

If you have a corporate firewall then you'll have to inform your team to whitelist all of the following IPs to allow your connection with Bitbucket:

Hope this helps


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