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Anyone experienced that setup during Cloud move?
We possibly need to setup an additional proxy server to make it work but I still do not find a suitable plugin for Confluence (and Jira).
I got the same question for Jira.
THX Marc I have seen those but the question goes more into how do we setup the environment to make it work when we still want to use our GitHub (self-hosted, not accessible through internet). The plugins will not work like that since they cannot access our network.
Hi @Pit Fischer
How would you see this. To use Github on-prem with a Cloud application (web accessible only)
This would require your company to open up your github to the internet via firewall.
You could just use the Atlassian provided ip-ranges, to make sure this is the only connection that is allowed towards you on-prem gitlab.
Information can be found here
We have done some as well, as it's also needed to migrate our on-prem Jira to Cloud.
You could check with app vendors as well if they have specific used ip-ranges that you can whitelist