Hey all, I am just setting up a Jira project, bought the 10 user license for a small project I am starting, though I am fairly unfamiliar with how these systems work. I got the download version and it is all set up on my local machine (http://localhost:8080) but I want others to be able to download it and access the project using certain user accounts I create, as people cycle in and out of our projects every month. I can't seem to get access to the server from another machine and I am thinking its because I set it up as local? This is my first time dealing with something like this so I was wondering if anyone could help me get this ship in the water.
Try amending the base url of your jira instance via general configuration under the administration tab.
Say you amend it to jiraxxx.yyy.com
You will then need to ask your IT administrator in your organisation to make a DNS entry mapping your new url with the IP address of the system on which the jira is hosted.
Hope this helps.
This is due to the base url of your JIRA instance is using the localhost.
To correct this problem, you can set the base URL in your JIRA General Configuration to an ip address example : http://184.108.40.206:4321 (this is just a sample ip address and port number for reference)
1. Log in as a user with the JIRA Administrators global permission.
2. Choose Administration at the top right of your screen. Then choose System > General Configuration to open the 'Administration' page.
3. Under Settings > Base URL
4. Change your Base URL to : http://220.127.116.11:4321
That's all you need to do.
So now you can access your JIRA instance from any other local machine via this ip address : http://18.104.22.168:4321
Still having issues, changing the URL isn't allowing access and I am stumped. My access to the IT department here is severely hindered as I have to get my message through various lines of communication, which is troublesome. For the time being, I have own website thats being hosted which has and SQL database, is it possible to run my server from there? Currently I am using the server for the small team I am working with, though I will be leaving it with the organization I am currently with in 3 months when I am done here, at that point it will be on them to actually get anything done.
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