Set local DNS for Jira and Confluence

I have a local domain. There is a server for "active directory" and another one for "jira and confluence". Now I access them using localIP:portNumber. I want to use a url like "jira.domain.com" without port number. First I tried to setup an IIS service and add jira and confluence index to it. Unfortunately it doesn's work because of multi service running at same time error.

Any Idea?

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Basic answer is you need some proxy or rewrite to take http://yourserver/jiraand http://yourserver/confluence(or whatever) and present them to the outside world while actually talking to the ip-address:port

You probably need to work through https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Integrating+JIRA+with+IISif you're wedded to IIS as a front end (Or use Apache, which is more simple, more powerful and faster than IIS. Or nginx or lightppd for really simple configs)

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