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Internal bitbucket ssh acces issue

We have an internal install of bitbucket and we have been having issues connecting to repository using ssh.

Please find attached error message. If you can guide us with a resolution it will be very helpful.




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This message does mean what it says - your Bitbucket is protected by SSL and you have not given the connection the certificate or credentials that tell it that you have the right to clone the repository.  Or the repository does not exist.

Thanks Nic

I am using ssh key pair to clone the repository here and verified that the repository exists.

Ive also verified that the account has access to the respository.

Any update on this would be helpful

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