Running JIRA with Firewall on Linux
This documentation describes how to allow JIRA to run behind a Firewall (Iptables) on Linux.
Verifying the Firewall rules
1- To make sure your firewall is enable, run the following command (will also show the active rules):
2 - Allowing the JIRA's port to be reached behind the firewall:
3 - Add these lines if you are running JIRA on port 8443:
4 - Allowing the forward connections:
5 - To save the current rules, run the following command
6 - The last thing to do is restart the iptables service
If you are running Centos 7, the management of firewall has changed. To disable the firewall follow the steps below:
To disable firewalld, run the following command as root:
To stop firewalld, run the following command as root:
Check the Status of Firewalld
To check the status of firewalld, run the following command as root:
If you prefer to keep Firewalld active, there are a few more steps to be taken:
1- Allowing ports and make the change permanent with the following commands:
2- Add the services:
3- To finish, the following commands are required to configure the forwarding:
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