jira confluence server use same ssl port

I've ran through the documentation on setting up JIRA and confluence to use ssl:



At this point it is working BUT we have JIRA on 8444 and confluence on 8443 ports.

How can we set them both up to run on port 443?

Thank you



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You'll need to put them behind a proxy - a lot of us use Apache or Nginx to do that.  It listens on 443, and then can forward https://yourserver/jira to JIRA and https://yourserver/confluence (or other urls of course)

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