how to use Let's encrypt with JIRA HTTPS

How to use the let's encrypt with JIRA for HTTPS certificate?

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A detailed instruction on how to use this is documented here by @Ivan Tichý.

http://blog.ivantichy.cz/blogpost/view/74

  • This is How to use Let’s encrypt HTTS certificates primarily for JIRA or any Tomcat application server. There is a Bash script that will do it for you. You can put it into your Cron jobs to update your certificate every three months.

 

This doesn't work if you're using nginx subdomain via reverse proxy.  Isn't it still connecting to the service using http like before?

Hi all,

any updates about setting up it on IIS? Many thanks, 

Jarda

But this doesn't work if you're using Nginx as the webserver.  I have reverse proxy set up for jira, and now the whole thing is hosed. At least http was working. 

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