I have set up a domain and think I have done all the steps necessary to access my home server from the web, except I cannot access jira. For example, 192.168.0.10:8080 works within my network at home, but when I try to use the domain I set up, example.com:8080, I cannot access JIRA, it returns "webpage unavailable" or "chrome could not connect". The strange thing is that I can access confluence at example.com:8090/confluence. I've checked the url settings in JIRA, I've forwarded the ports, etc. Any ideas?
It looks like you have your 8080 port was already configured for some other service at your remote network setup. I cannot give you more info without investigation of your network settings, but seems that change of the port from the default 8080 to 8081 helped.
I have setup a CNAME on my host to point to a dynamic dns account which forwards to my home public IP. This seems to all be working. I then forward the port 8080 to my server IP address just like I did with 8090 for confluence. example.com:8080/jira returns "chrome could not connect..." and example.com:8090/jira returns a blank page.
The strange thing is that you have set up /confluence context path - you should set up it additionally as it is not the part of default installation. How can you access to confluence using the ip address? does the 192.168.0.10:8090/confluence lead to the start confluence page?
Thanks for your help by the way. Yes it does. I added /confluence because I was following "Here be Dragons" tutuorial found here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/ATLAS/Dragons+Stage+3+-+Install+Confluence
There is no need in context for default installation. so you should be able to follow the simple installation guide and set up confluence https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Confluence+Installation+Guideand have access locally. You should get both apps accessed locally before you do some dns changes - to localize the problem.
If you have everything working - no need in new installation. We should check what is the problem with jira now. So you have jira accessed locally, but not remotely. Could you please give the info regarding the tools and steps you use to make jira accessed remotely.
As a temporary solution (just came into my head) try to change port from 8080 to 8081 for example and make proper forwarding. Please tell me if port change helped.
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