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How do I move the subnet for Jira on Azure

Hi Folks -

So I have Jira installed on Azure using the Marketplace script built by Atlassian. All good so far. The problem is that the install defaulted to a particular subnet CIDR (10.0.0.0/16) and I need to move the entire install to a different subnet (say 10.5.0.0/16) because other things need that range and I can't "peer" the subnets in Azure when its occupied like that. I have the same problem with Confluence and BitBucket... they all assume 10.0.0.0/16 to install into and set up a dozen servers and interfaces. Hopefully someone can A) tell me how to do a "global change" for the Atlassian installs to get them to sit on the right subnets, B) suggest how to add an additional gateway to bridge/route between subnets, or C) how to update the Atlassian marketplace install script so that I can redeploy everything in the right place. It really seems dumb not to be able to pick a subnet to deploy into at the start of the script.

Thanks in advance

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Pramodh Community Leader Jan 25, 2021

Hi @Jason Soloff 

You can deploy the template from this link https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/atlassian-azure-deployment/src/master/jira/ and change the VNet Address Prefix values in the template when you are deploying Data Center (In here - https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/atlassian-azure-deployment/src/master/jira/nestedtemplates/azuredeploy-vpc.json)

Between Subnets Azure takes care of the connection, there's nothing we need to do for connection between subnets.

For VNet as you said peering connection should be established.

Thanks,
Pramodh

Thank you. Looks like you've pointed me in the right direction

Pramodh Community Leader Jan 25, 2021

@Jason Soloff 

Happy to help :-)

Please let me know if you have any queries.

Please accept the answer if I have answered your query.

Thanks,
Pramodh

Pramodh Community Leader Jan 25, 2021

FYI,

Plan the VNet Address Space so that, Application Gateway is deployed in Empty Subnet, Jumpbox in Separate Subnet and then Jira Nodes are deployed in Private Subnets.

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