One suggestion that hasn't been covered is bringing your infrastructure to Red Hat. Red Hat has tools like Insights, Performance Co-Pilot, and Identity Management built into the operating system. You can have access to our support engineers and work with Red Hat to influence the future of the upstream projects you depend upon.
As one commenter mentioned, if ...
According @Chris Woods answer - i made one line script (nano version 5.9)
$ sudo yum install gcc ncurses-devel && mkdir /opt/apps/nano && curl https://www.nano-editor.org/dist/v5/nano-5.9.tar.gz -o /opt/apps/nano/nano-5.9.tar.gz && cd /opt/apps/nano && tar -xvf nano-5.9.tar.gz && cd nano-5.9 && ./configure &...
If you don't use a proxy, just remove the proxy= line from your yum.conf.
Alternatively, start your proxy server.
3142 is the default port of apt-cacher, which is used for Debian based distributions, but can also be used to cache RPM packages.
Your config indicates that it used to run on master0 (or you skipped steps you deemed irrelevant when following a ...
Routing does not work at the port level, it only looks at the IP address.
What you can do is use iptables to mark packets and then use policy based routing to pick a different routing table.
# iptables -A OUTPUT -t udp --dport 5160 -d 10.10.10.1 -t mangle -j MARK --set-mark 1
# echo 201 sip.out >> /etc/iproute2/rt_tables
# ip rule add ...
The website you configured have no SSL certificate, then it can't deliver a HTTPS connexion and do HTTP over HTTPS, which produce and error.
You have to configure your website with SSL certificates by following the documentation