Getting error while trying to push to Heroku

When I type in “git push heroku master” I get an error that says:

ssh: Could not resolve hostname heroku.com: nodename nor servname provided, or not known

I am on my computer at work and I believe this problem has to do with proxies/firewall. Does anybody know of a way around this error in the command line? Or any other type of fix? Thanks.

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  • 3 Solutions collect form web for “Getting error while trying to push to Heroku”

    try ssh’ing directly to heroku from your command line

     ssh git@heroku.com -T
    

    if you don’t get a response

     !  You can only access Heroku by ssh via git push and pull commands.
    

    then it’s connectivety issue or a firewall in the way that’s blocking your requests.

    please make an entry in your ~/.ssh/config to get around this issue. No idea why your network is having issues. You may be behind a proxy and git has to be configured for that outside of your OS settings.

    Hope this helps.

    I had a heap of trouble when accessing internet via my Zyxel PLA4215. When switching to wireless everything worked fine.

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.