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We are having issues getting our pipeline setup. It appears to be because our webservers firewall blocks port 22 by default.
When I opened the port to all inbound traffic it was able to successfully fetch the fingerprint. However we cannot leave our host exposed on port 22 to the world as that is too risky.
I added ALL the known Outgoing Connections IP ranges from this list here:
However even after doing that it still is not allowing BitBucket to Fetch the host fingerprint OR setup Pipelines. We get this error after setup.
ssh: connect to host 220.127.116.11 port 22: Connection timed out
Are there more IP addresses that are not on the list, or is there a way to identify what IP BitBucket is using to establish the Pipelines?
You can find the IPs used by Bitbucket Pipelines environments on this page, section Valid IP addresses for Bitbucket Pipelines build environments:
You need to whitelist these IP ranges for a successful SSH connection from Pipelines.
Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions!
You can't access the terminal. My understanding is that you are trying to access this server via the pipelines? If that is the case you put the command in your pipeline script.