I'm sorry to hear that you're not able to access JIRA after setting up SSL. I see that you're using jira.local. Is that correct?
The first thing I would do is see if you can get to JIRA on a standard/default port by bypassing SSL.
Next, tell me what the logs say?
If this is a recent version perhaps check for entries such as the following:
09-Jan-2018 18:57:03.843 WARNING [main] org.apache.tomcat.util.net.SSLUtilBase.getEnabled Some of the specified [protocols] are not supported by the SSL engine and have been skipped: [[TLSv1.3]]
If you see a line such as that you'll need to make the necessary changes and try to restart.
I would take a look at After configuring JIRA with SSL, application won't start and provide us with the log snippet you find and we'll go from there.
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