The best answer is to export the Jira gadgets to Confluence one by one. Sorry but there is no quick way to do this
Then you can create a Confluence page and add the Jira gadgets in locally. This wil use the application link between Confluence & jira. It's the "best practice" approach.
the quick & dirty way, would be to use an iframe in a confluence page and embed the whole jira page using the URL
I'm not quite sure, but you may try using JIRA Portlet Macro. For fruther details, please use the following link as your guide:
Anyway, you always have the opportunities to add multiples JIRA gadgets. So you may "reproduce" the JIRA's dashboard.
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