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Unable to import repository from self hosted Gitea

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I have self hosted Gitea server, from where cloning repositories on my local machine is working fine. But while importing Gitea repository to Bitbucket I am getting below error message.


"fatal: unable to access 'https:***.git/': Received HTTP code 403 from proxy after CONNECT
07:07:23 Remote Git clone failed: <class 'bitbucket.apps.asyncx.tasks.ImportException'>: Command failed. Return value: 128Screenshot_3.png

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Your local machine is using ssh to connect to the git repositories, but Bitbucket uses HTTPS, and the proxy between Bitbucket and the git server is not configured to allow that, or Gitea is not configured to support it.

Thank you Nic,

On local machine I am using HTTPS to clone repository.

Also I have imported my Gitea repository to https://try.gitea.io site and it's perfectly imported.

Can you please let me know what proxy need to configure and where this need to be done.

I don't know where your proxy is, or even if there is one.  All I can tell you is that the error message says there is one between you and Gitea and it's not configured to allow you through from Bitbucket Cloud.  The message you are getting may not be from a proxy, it may be Gitea itself.  Either way, the proxy or Gitea are configured not to allow Bitbucket Cloud in.  It could well be as simple as the wrong credentials for the proxy or Gitea 

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