Crucible SSL setup with proxy


I'm trying to setup Crucible with SSL using a proxy.

First, I'm a bit confused by the documentation. From here| I get Crucible *dos not* support SSL directly, but Fisheye does| .

From the first link above:


However, it is possible to setup a proxy web server to forward requests to Crucible. Please see the page on Integrating with Other Web Servers| .


If I follow the link in this quote, I get to Fisheye documentation...


Second, the setup I'd like to achieve is a proxy server (sitting in the DMZ) forwarding requests in 443 to the internal server in port 80. Ideally I'd prefer to use SSL only when accessing the server externally.

Can you help me with this or point me to the right documentation?


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The web server component is common to FishEye and Crucible so proxying SSL should work for Crucible by following the FishEye documentation.

Earlier versions of FishEye and Crucible did not directly support SSL but this capability was added. This is the reason for that FAQ entry and it is now out of date.

I assume you will be using Apache as the Proxy?

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