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Additional HTTPS Port

Hello,

actually we use Bitbucket with HTTP access (e. g. http://servername:7990) which is working fine but we want to add an additional HTTPS port for external access.

How we can do that? In this article it's only described for HTTPS only:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/securing-bitbucket-server-with-tomcat-using-ssl-776640127.html#SecuringBitbucketServerwithTomcatusingSSL-configuretomcat

At the moment if I try to access bitbucket using https://servername:8443 I get an error message that the webiste not available.


Thank you in advance!

2 answers

You're going to have problems if you are trying to access Bitbucket via two URLs.  I would recommend not setting up your SSL in the method described in that doc either.  Rather, use HAproxy to terminate your SSL and proxy to Bitbucket. HAproxy can proxy TCP as well as HTTP, so you can use it to proxy your ssh connections, if you use that. You can also set up a redirect from http://servername:7990 -> https://servername in HAproxy.

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Try using HAproxy to terminate your SSL and proxy to Bitbucket.

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