Add a GIT remote as https instead of ssh
Using Bitbucket from a network that does not allow ssh (port 22) connections means that doing a git push or pull using the standard git ssh remote won’t work.
USERNAME is your user/login name and
REPOSITORY is the name of the repository you want to access.
If you don’t want to enter your password every time you connect to the remote you can include the password in the remote url:
But note that the remote URL, and thus your password, is shown on screen when you run git push etc.