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You will need some kind of geo-aware DNS service, so that DNS requests coming from Asia get the IP address of the Asia-based server and then connect directly to that, and likewise for the European users. You may be able to do this in your DNS server - is your DNS hosted by you or others?


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Changing the webserver port also requires changing the SELinux policy for the webserver which is well documented : Run the semanage port -a -t http_port_t -p tcp 82 command as the root user to add the port to SELinux policy configuration. Run the semanage port -l | grep -w http_port_t command as the root user to confirm the port is added... ...


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Any small vm acting as reverse proxy sould do. Just use nginx with GEOIP module. Here a nice tutorial https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-nginx-as-a-global-traffic-director-on-debian-or-ubuntu Then you point your dns to this vm and thia vm will then act as traffic director


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Nginx will choose the first server in the config if no default server is specifically defined. Install a dummy default server. # This just prevents Nginx picking a random default server if it doesn't know which # server block to send a request to server { listen 80 default_server; server_name _; return 444; access_log off; log_not_found off; } ...


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You have to define your virtual hosts in server.xml. Reference: Bug 48674


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Your IP address is 204.197.240.85, I got this by looking up your hostname in the DNS. dig www.drpradeepjain.org ... ;; ANSWER SECTION: www.drpradeepjain.org. 600 IN A 204.197.240.85 A reverse lookup on that IP address shows dig -x 204.197.240.85 ; ANSWER SECTION: 85.240.197.204.in-addr.arpa. 21599 IN PTR da.datameter.net. Using ...



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