I think you'll confuse people down the track putting stash into /var/www mainly because generally you see static or php websites etc.. in there.
Stash can happily sit whereever, and you should just setup Apache webserver (or nginix) as a ProxyPass to your stash instance. So Apache will server stash.ourdomain.com on port 80 and forward requests to Stash running on it's default port
Details for that setup should be here - https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH/Integrating+Stash+with+Apache+HTTP+Server
Hi, if you can access it via localhost but not via the IP address, it sounds like a network / firewall issues? Are ports blocked? Is the public IP routable?
To get it to stash.ourdomain.com you need to add an A record to your DNS and wait for it to resolve.
You don't need Apache, but can have it. It can serve as a reverse proxy if required. If you download the zipped version of Stash, it comes with Tomcat.
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