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Configure sub domain

I installed jira software server version in Ec2 windows OS. Now my jira is running in localhost:8340 port. I want to configure this with subdomain. 

I would like to access it in jirabb.domain.com or jirabb.domain.com:8340

I added A record in route 53 and enter jirabb as sub domain and entered public ip address of that EC2 instance. 

still subdomian is not loading jira. says site can't be reached. 

I did not configure jira in iis. 

what i am missing here.

1 answer

Hi @vidhyakk 

You will need to configure a proxy such as Apache or nginx to point from localhost:8340 to jirabb.domain.com on your EC2 windows os. EC2 has a dynamic ip by default, so you might need to use the Elastic IP to make it static and then use a CNAME to make it public on the web. 

I added new in bound rule in server firewall with specific port and now i can access jira with subdomain. I did not do proxy or nginx. Thanks

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