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Location based IP Address routing

We have a number of subsidiaries in other countries that connect over the corporate network to use the HQ business resources. Our only internet exit point is from our head office. The subsidiaries complain that web sites such as Google default to the head offices country and language and would like these sites to use their location rather than us.

The only way I can think of to do this is to ask our local ISP for a localization IP address for our subsidiary, place that IP onto a new router at our HQ then VPN that router connection back to our regional subsidiary as their separate exit point onto the internet. Would this work? Any thoughts or better ideas on how to achieve this? Anyone else had this issue?

Thank you for your help


Hello.Per my understanding


Per my understanding there is no fully baked solution for the case.

The only way is to have Internet access locally per country.

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