Jira and Confluence behind NGINX reverse proxy


I have Jira and Confluence behind a reverse proxy with SSL enabled on the reverse proxy. Everything seems to work fine except for the ability to link Confluence and Jira together.


When I enable Integration, it provides the following error:


"The remote certificate can't be trusted.

Confluence may be using a self signed SSL certificate or a certificate that was issued by a certificate authority that isn't known locally."


The certificates are signed by an authorized CA and chrome shows the certs for both sites as valid.


Any Suggestions?




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Mizan Community Champion Oct 17, 2017

What you see in the logs ?

I suspect this is because of SSL handshake failed, however, we should first check the tomcat logs and application logs. 

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