What is blocking jira on Ubuntu?

I have installed JIRA 7.0.9 on Ubuntu server 14.04.3 with a remote MySQL database server.  At one point I was able to access the app server via http://IP:8080, but cannot now after trying to resolve some db and app server connectivity.  I have tried changing the shutdown and operating port for the app, and shutting down the Ubuntu FW (sudo ufw disable).  The VM is an Azure VM so ping is not enabled.  I am unable to telnet to the operating port which leads me to believe its a FW or networking issue.  Azure endpoints are open for the TCP protocol from my network to the VM.  I tested with config.sh and there is connectivity between the db and application server. 

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>after trying to resolve some db and app server connectivity.  

Right, so you probably need to undo whatever you did there.  Or at least work out what broke your access

>I am unable to telnet to the operating port which leads me to believe its a FW or networking issue.

 Yes, it is, telnet is a good test here.

thanks Nic....yes naturally I would undo what I did, but that work was on another server.

Er, then why mention it?  It makes it sound like the debugging you were doing broke it.

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