Add-on Zendesk for JIRA is not responding.

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  • Maxime
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    Hi Arnold

    Did you whitelist Zendesk IPs on your JIRA server?

    Thanks

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  • Arnold Ok
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    Hi Maxime,

    Thanks for your tip, so I should add all these IP numbers:
    https://support.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203660846-Zendesk-Public-IP-addresses

    using the JIRA Security tab? Could you kindly explain, in the pattern "174.137.46.0/24", what exactly means the "24" number is it a port number? My server opens only 443 port for the outside traffic.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Arnold

    In addition, here is the stage where configuration of this plugin just hangs, no message on the page or in the logs what is the problem:

    UPDATE 2:

    Now, I've added temporary a regular expression to allow all IPs (see te image below) but the result is still the same

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  • Scott Williamson
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    Hi Arnold, 

    Thanks for your time with regards to your configuration question. To help you further we require more specific info, so we will be in touch via a ticket. 

    Thanks

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  • Steven Wang
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    so how exactly this issue is resolved??? i have the exact same issue. I added wildcard domain to Jira whitelist but issue remains.

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  • Frankie Truong
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    Hello, I'm also receiving the same issue. Was anybody able to resolve this?

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  • Peter Fisher-Duke
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    Potential Solution

    Make sure the JIRA Base URL matches the URL you are accessing a JIRA issue from, including the port and/or https:// prefix. This can be updated in JIRA Administration > System > General Configuration > Base URL 

    Note that if you want to access it with HTTPS then the Base URL must have HTTPS defined in it (eg https://jira.domain.com versus jira.domain.com ) and I believe the same would probably apply to ports.

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    Explanation

    For us this message would appear if the domain used to access JIRA differed from what was configured as our JIRA Base URL. For example:

    • Base URL defined as: jira2.domain.com
    • But accessing a JIRA issue from: jira.domain.com

    This was introduced after a JIRA upgrade where we wanted to test the new JIRA while still keeping the old one online, thus the JIRA Base URL had the number 2 in it so we knew which instance was which.

     

     

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