Why my new server shows numbers in the URL address

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I had to create a new AWS Server because the current server will be disabled, and I'm having some trouble about the domain/subdomain.

The current server has this domain: http://agile.tecomat.com.br

I already created a new server and inserted a subdomain, called: http://teste.tecomat.com.br

But, in the URL address, the current server shows this: enter image description here

And the new server, shows this in the URL address: enter image description here

What do I need to do so that the new server be like the current one in the URL address?

Edit: By the way, another problem that I'm having is that my DNS only works if I insert the port 3000. Like: http://54.89.39.213:3000 If I tried to open the website only with http://54.89.39.213, it doesn't work, anyone knows why is that? And what I have to do to "fix" that?

Feb 16, 2023 in AWS by sarit
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It looks like the URLs for your old and new servers are different because they are using different ports. The old server is using the default HTTP port 80, while the new server is using port 3000.

To make your new server use the same URL format as your old server, you need to configure it to use port 80. This can typically be done in your server's configuration settings or by setting up a reverse proxy.

As for your second question, it sounds like your application is running on port 3000. To make it accessible without specifying the port number in the URL, you need to configure your server to listen on port 80 instead of port 3000. This can typically be done by modifying your application's settings or using a reverse proxy to forward traffic from port 80 to port 3000. Additionally, you may need to update your DNS settings to point to the correct IP address for your server.

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answered Feb 17, 2023 by anonymous

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