How to integrate JIRA with IIS ARR without subdomain


I am trying to integrate JIRA and IIS with ARR, but am failing.

Did a lot of reading about the subject but I must be doing something wrong.

In my config if access to JIRA is working, my default web server on IIS is unreachable and vice versa. I don't want to create subdomains (and most of the examples are how to setup them), I want a simple access.

I should mention that this is not an internal server and it is setup to serve access only thru SSL. My intention is to have SSL terminated at IIS and then a normal (non SSL) connection on port 8080 to JIRA. I have already changed my server.xml to include the proxyname and port.

Thanks in advance.

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It seems that I have missed one crucial info for the setup, I entered a wrong pattern in the URL rewrite, it should be (jira.*) instead of (.*).

So in my case every entered URL would go to JIRA.

Case solved.

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