Connecting fisheye/crucible on port 80 with JIRA on demand

I have a copy of JIRA On Demand, as well as a copy of Fisheye & Crucible on a local server.

I am trying to have JIRA link with fisheye & crucible, but am having trouble getting it to work because of the ports.

I need to get fisheye & crucible on port 80, correct?

I looked in the confluence article below, but am having trouble understanding what settings I need to specify for this to work.

HTTP Bind should be ":80"

Web context should be "fisheye" (does this directory (/var/www/html/fisheye) need to be the same as the fisheye home directory, or does it have to be blank)

Proxy Scheme: "http"

Proxy Port: "8060"

Site URL: ""

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There is an article available which provides details on linking Fisheye to a JIRA OnDemand instance. The jump to start working in this can be find here and contains links to all relevant documentation you require to set this up.

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