We are happy to announce SSH git access over port 443 (HTTPS). If you have trouble accessing your repositories hosted on git.rhohub.com over port 22 (the default ssh port) due to a firewall or proxy limitation, you can now clone and push using firewall.git.rhohub.com on port 443 instead.
To test connectivity, run the following command:
$ ssh -T -p 443 firstname.lastname@example.org
Empty git command...
Use port 443 by default
To make the changes permanent, create or edit the file
~/.ssh/config and add the following:
For more information about using SSH over port 443 and the rationale behind this setup, please see the excellent GitHub guide.