gitlab access over ssh

I am just wondering if there is an access to gitlab repositories over ssh ?

As I see on my installation gitlab offers only two kinds of links to repositories: http and git. But, as I know the git protocol does not have authentication.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “gitlab access over ssh”

    Your GitLab authentication should offer https and ssh for accessing the git repos.


    The url above is an ssh url, accessing the server as user git.

    And the installation should take place with an account like ‘git‘, which should be the only one accessing the GitLab server (as executing directly commands through an interactive shell).
    All other users don’t have direct access, and are only registered as GitLab users in the GitLab database.

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