Hi @马永明 ,
Please read and follow the steps
Ensure that Stash server URL (or IP address) has been added to JIRA User Server or whitelist settings
Configure any proxy or firewall (rules blocking the access, NAT or PAT etc.) that might block such access. You might want to follow this method Configuring Web Proxy Support for Confluence ore review the rules in your firewall or even the logs to see if these packages are being dropped.
Try bypassing the proxy. For instance, if both JIRA and Stash are on the same server, use 127.0.0.1 to connect, instead. On JIRA User Server:
"Step 1: Set up JIRA to allow connections from Stash", item 5, configure the following IPs:
"Step 2: Set up Stash to connect to JIRA", item 4, configure http://127.0.0.1:8080/jira on the "Server URL" settings.
Alternatively, use the IPs of Stash and JIRA if they have direct connection to each other through the network.
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