Managing/Modifying Atlassian Links to the Internet

I have JIRA Server, Confluence, Stash, Crucible/Fisheye installed on a company intranet without access to the Internet.  However, there are several links within these Atlassian tools that try to reach out to various Atlassian references on the internet.  I have downloaded Atlassian help documents and am trying to figure out how to repoint the internet links to a file folder where the help documents are stored.

Here are the specific tools and options I'm looking to edit:

Confluence 5.5.3
-Online Help link (also, how can I modify the dropdown menu items?) 

Stash 3.0.7
-Online Help link (also, how can I modify the dropdown menu items?) 
-Footer links to the internet 

Crucible/Fisheye 3.4.4
-Online Help link (also, how can I modify the dropdown menu items?) 
-Footer links to the internet 
-Atlassian Answers link for Fisheye
-Atlassian Answers link for Crucible
-Help link 

JIRA 6.2.1
-Online Help link (also, how can I modify the dropdown menu items?) 

 

Sorry, I don't have any screen shots.   Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Confluence

Use 'Custom HTML – At end of HEAD' feature.   Confluence uses JQuery internally so you can do things like

<script>AJS.toInit(function(){
AJS.$('ul[id="poweredby"] a[href="http://www.atlassian.com/about/connected.jsp?s_kwcid=Confluence-stayintouch"]').attr('href','/administrators.action')
});</script>

Stash and JIRA

These don't have Custom HTML feature (https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/STASH-5200 and https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-39823) so you would likely have to modify HTML and/or page templates.

Crucible

Modify JSP Source (download this from my.atlassian).

0 votes

Hi Christopher, 

I can think in two ways to do this. 

1 - Put these links in a whitelist allowing they be reached. As I could see, these links are only related to Atlassian domain, which would be safe (marketplace.atlassian.com, jira.atlassian.com), etc.

2 - If you still don't want to allow your servers reach the internet, then you can create an internal view into your DNS point the Atlassian domain to a internal address. However, I don't think this is the best solution, since some links might be necessary, like to install a plugin on Confluence by marketplace.

 

Regards, 

Renato Rudnicki

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