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Sourcetree keeps giving me error 443 when I try to push up.

I'm trying to push up to an azure dev repo, however I immediately get an error 443 telling me that the connection timed out. I can push up on other repos fine but this one specific repo is not working with sourcetree very well.

If I click on 'Remote' it takes me to the azure dev ops git repository, which promptly also tells me the connection has timed out/been reset but If I reload the page it connects to azure just fine. I only get this issue when working on my home network, could it be an issue with the router's firewall or the DNS?

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