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Installing Crucible/Fisheye on AWS EC2: Application links automajically use private IP, not public!! Edited

I installed Fisheye and Confluence on a trial licence on a Mac/Chrome Book and an EC2. I ran in to the same issue each time with application links. The link is determined automatically and it uses the private IP, not the internet facing one. 

How should I get around this? There is an option on the confluence install - advanced settings - that let's you overwrite the hostname, but that only sets up one crowd link to jira. When I add more links in either jira, confluence or bitbucket, there is no way to overwrite the private ip. The field is greyed out on link create and there is no advanced option. 

I tried setting the context in Crucible web server but that did not work. Is the answer to setup a reverse proxy? Is there a way to get the reverse proxy to fool the jira link creation in to using the internet facing address?

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