I am using JIRA 5.2.10, and I am redirecting requests from HTTP to HTTPS. The problem is, that the URL shows the portnumber when running over HTTPS (jira.company.com:8443), which is not that beautiful. Is there a way to configure this in such a way that it is hidden? I am running a standalone version of JIRA.

Also: https:jira.company.com does not work

I hope someone can help.



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Colin Goudie Community Champion Apr 25, 2013

Change the 8443 referrences in conf/server.xml to 443

You need to however then run JIRA as an elevated user (root, Administrator etc..) as it will be using ports < 1024

Great that helped.



i'm facing the same probleme for the public link : https:jira.company.com that does not work

can i have some recommendations to follow ?

best regards

Hanae Ait Lacen,

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