Confluence and Jira single server over SSL

Hi Everyone,

 

My configuration:

Server with two network cards and installed Jira and Confluence
Jira running on port 8443 with self signed certificate 
DNAT redirects jira.domain.local to first 192.168.1.20
Confluence running on port 8443 with self signed certificate
DNAT redirects conf.domain.local to first 192.168.1.21

Now.. each time I enter domain name redirects me to proper IP but all the time confluence take over and I'm not able to access JIRA
Even when I have changed Jira port to 8444 I still have that same result and confluence loads first.  I have implemented this solution but also no luck

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFSERVER-32589

Does anyone know how to fix that ?

Help will be much appreciated

Raf

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You must run the services on different ports, both the connector and control ports. 

I'm with Nic.  Just because the server has two network cards, I don't think it's worth trying to place each application on the same port on different IPs.   I doubt the OS would let you do that anyways.  Instead you likely want a guide like this one:  Proxying Atlassian server applications with Apache HTTP Server (mod_proxy_http).

It explains how you can use a reverse proxy in front of these applications, and then use the context path for each application in order to make it appear that they are serving content to the same host url, but each of them with a different context path, such as http://example.com/jira and http://example.com/confluence

You can have no network cards at all, and still have port conflicts...

YAY loopback addresses...

different ports worked as well as pointing by dns to specific IP

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