how to setup confluence, jira, bitbucket server with subdomain on IIS server

Hello there

I do have the 3 instances of JIRA + confluence + Bitbucket Server up and running on their own ports. I did setup the dns routing in our network to link the requests to the same ip address. I would like to have those 3 great applications serving using their own sub-domain. i.e. 

JIRA ==> http://jira.inernal.account

confluence ==> http://confluence.inernal.account

Bitbucket server ==> http://git.inernal.account

I did try to follow the existing how-to available on your web site, but I was noty successful doing that.

I did try both the Apache connector 1.2 and the ARR, I do have them both installed but not of them is doing the reverse proxy.

Regards.

 

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Steven Behnke Community Champion Feb 23, 2016

You'd really need to provide more details, like logs of errors or posting your apache/iis configuration. This is a fairly normal procedure but it's completely non-specific to Atlassian products.

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