We are going to install JIRA. This will be a pure intranet application. Have the following questions.
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Oops, I forgot - on point 3, you're going to need to fiddle with permissions to enable Tomcat to listen on a port below 1024 if you're on Linux
Yes, if you use Apache in front of JIRA, it makes things easier, and it's a recommended setup as well. Ideally, you run JIRA on 8080 without SSL, and firewall it off from the network. Then you run Apache, with SSL enabled, and a reverse proxy to the local JIRA. Apache does all the encryption work and Tomcat can get on with running JIRA for you.
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