On host Bamboo, integration with jira in cloud.

We have test stage with bamboo(self-hosted), currently we use ip address(we don't have domain name for server yet) for access to bamboo server. And we have jira in atlassian cloud. We need to use Jira use database in our bamboo server. We try to connect it as it in docs, but it don't work for us.(( How we can configure that?

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Are you using public ip space (i.e IP addresses routed on the internet) for bamboo, or internal (10.x.x.x/192.x.x.x/172.x.x.x) addresses? If external you should be able to just enter the public IP as hostname when setting up application links.

 

If you use internal IP's however, you will have to do port forwardning in your router/dsl-modem, stating that port 0.0.0.0:8085 -> <internal ip goes here>:8085

 

Describe your setup in more details, and i might be able to help you further.

There is 2 things to watch out for when integrating with Atlassian Cloud:

  1. Ensure that your instance is accessible via a public ip as mentioned.
  2. Ensure that your Bamboo instance is accessible via standard ports HTTP (80) or HTTPS (443): https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/Cloud/Restricted+functions+in+Atlassian+Cloud+apps

 

 

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