Configuring Jira Webhook
For enabling reports and notifications in Slack, you need to set up Troopr webhook in your Jira account. Webhooks are automatically set up when connecting to Jira Server with an admin account. It is recommended approach to set up your Jira Server connection with an admin account.
If Troopr webhook is not set up in your Jira Server, follow the instructions below to set it up.
Before you get started, ensure that Troopr Servers are reachable from your Jira Server host. You will likely have to whitelist our IP address to get started.
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For Inbound from Troopr Server(s)
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54.212.48.54
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For outbound to Troopr Servers (for webhook)
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44.230.224.252 443
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13.127.66.168 443
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Manually setting up webhook

If you are not already on the connection page, go to "Troopr Assistant" Home in Slack and click on the "manage" link beside your Jira domain name in the footer section.
You will be redirected to the "Connection" page. Alternatively, you can get there by navigating to Troopr web app and then to "Jira Bot" in the top menu.
Click on the "Configure" button in the Webhook section to open the "Enabling Jira Webhook" instructions page.
The following stepwise instruction page will open. Please note only a Jira admin can connect the Webhook. If you are not the Jira admin, please copy the link and send the request to the admin to finish the Webhook configuration.
As a Jira admin, you have to follow the following 5 simple steps to enable the Webhook.
Step 1 - Click on the link to go to Jira Webhook page and click on the create Webhook button.
Step 2 - Enter Webhook name as "Troopr Assistant".
Step 3 - Copy the provided URL in this step and paste in the URL field.
Step 4 - Select the issue events when you want notifications.
Step 5 - Click "Create" button.
This process typically takes a couple of minutes to complete.
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