I need help getting JIRA and Confluence talking to each other via SSL. When I connect to either of the sites, I get the usual Untrusted Identity warnings because they are not from a CA. I think the piece that I am missing here is a root-level or a faked trust.
Background/Information: JIRA, Confluence, (and eventually Fisheye) are all behind our corporate firewall. I will be sanitizing the URLS for the purposes of this post:
JIRA'S Base URL is: https://dev-server:8443/jira
Confluence's Base URL is: https://dev-server:8444/confluence
The keystore was generated using Portecle and is located in the JIRA home directory. I am not using the java home keystore to do this.
The keystore looks like this:
Keypair #1: Alias Name: JIRA CN: https://dev-server:8443/jira
Keypair #2: Alias Name: Confluence CN: https://dev-server:8444/confluence
Trust cert: Alias: JIRA --- This was generated by basically saving the keypair cert in #1 and importing it as a trusted cert… I think this is where I went wrong.
I also tried to import a Trust Reply, but I think that was messed up as well.
Any ideas here? I’m sure I left some details out.
If JIRA and Confluence are running on different server, yes you can use the same port 443. But, if they are on the same server, we would recommend using web server as a workaround.
You may refer to the Workaround section in the bug to find more detail on it
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