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In this tutorial I will explain how to set up route53 dns service for two instances launched in different regions. Once instance in Oregon and other one in Singapore region.
I have two instances launched with same application in two different geographical regions. I want to route user traffic to the nearest server to reduce latency and increase performance. I can achieve this using rout53 dns service to route the user’s traffic based on the geographical information obtained from the ip address.
1. Login to aws management console and open the route53 console.
2. Click create hosted zone option at the top left.
6. I have two instances in two different aws regions. So i have to create seperate A records for different regions. Click create record set option , fill in the following details and create record set option.
There are four routing policies, simple , latency, weighted and failover.
7. Create another A record set for singapore region and save the record set. So , you will have two record sets with same domain name pointing to different ip addresses with latency based routing policy.
The DNS and record sets updation will take a while. Once it it updated , the user requests will be routed based on the network latency. For example, if a user from US tries to access www.yourdomain.com, the request will be routed to oregon region since the network latency from US to singapore is more compared to oregon region. If a user from india tries to access www.yourdomain.com, the request will be routed to singapore region.
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