I have an installation of Jira and Confluence:
1. JIRA - http://192.168.0.36:8080/jira
2. Confluence - http://192.168.0.36:8090/conf
Instead of typing the long addresses above, I'd like my users to have shortcuts to these applications:
1. JIRA - http://esijira (or just esijira)
2. Confluence - http://esiconf (or just esiconf)
ow do I achieve that?
Hi, you will need to change JIRA and Confluence's context path to "/" instead of "/jira" and "/conf".
Next you will need to change the port that JIRA and Confluence runs on to 80 instead of 8080 and 8090.
What you will need to do is get the person managing the DNS to map the IP addresses you've specified above to the domains you've specified.
The last thing you need to do is to change the base URL in JIRA and Confluence to your new set of URLs.
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