After migrating Confluence Server to Confluence DataCenter, I ran a series of tests to check that the application is working properly.
During these tests, I checked that the "Table of Contents" macro was not working. The macro did not appear when I selected it, it prevented me from saving the page I was editing...
I reported this problem to Atlassian support. After two weeks of investigation, we verified that the error was about the proxy configuration since, if we accessed Confluence by IP, there was no problem with the macro.
Because Atlassian support cannot help me with network configurations, I have been told to ask the Atlassian community.
Server 1: Load Balancer -> Apache
Server 2: Confluence Node 1
Server 3: Confluence Node 2
Confluence nodes have the same configuration as Tomcat. Basically, I have added to the server.xml the parameters "proxyName", "proxyPort" and "scheme".
In the Apache configuration, I have followed this guide:
Can you help me understand what's wrong?
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