we are actually working with JIRA with a private url


but I want to have a public link that will allow external users to connect

how can i do this ?

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You should install JIRA on a Server in a DMZ or on a Webserver. There you must use port 80 (http). Otherwise you can configure your firewall to transfer all data transparent to your JIRA instance.

But I would prefer solution one.

Hi, if you find that this answer was useful please mark it as ok.


if you are asking about how to expose your private Jira to internet, you can use a reverse proxy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reverse_proxy)

This link explains how to do it https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Configuring+Apache+Reverse+Proxy+Using+the+AJP+Protocol

Hope this helps!!

i will try to explain that to our network administrator

thanks a lot for your help

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