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Running Bitbucket, Confluence, Jira with a reverse proxy configuration (IIS10) without any problems.
Now I added FishEye and Crucible in the same manner. Fisheye Service is reachable and working via https.
But now I'm unable to Configure Application Links (java.net.SocketException: Connection reset) to bitbucket or jira. It seemed that fisheye cannot resolve https addresses.
What do I need to configure to get it work?
This SocketException occurs on the server side when the client closed the socket connection before the response could be returned over the socket. For example, by quitting the browser before the repsonse was retrieved. Connection reset simply means that a TCP RST was received. This happens when your peer receives data that it can't process, and there can be various reasons for that. The simplest is when you close the socket, and then write more data on the output stream. By closing the socket, you told your peer that you are done talking, and it can forget about your connection. When you send more data on that stream anyway, the peer rejects it with an RST to let you know it isn't listening.