Bypass cache without cookie

We have a testing environment we don’t want the public to have direct access to, but want to be able to test out caching performance before going into our production environment. Today we have 2 options, bypass cache and let the origin handle it or turn cache on and let the public have access to our test environment.

It would be really nice to have the opposite of the existing “bypass cache on cookie” and name it “bypass cache without cookie”. This would give me the option of having a user login to our portal, give them a delicious auth cookie, then have the site be cached for them. If the user doesn’t have the cookie it would bypass and 403 on them.

TLDR: Create a new page rule setting opposite of “bypass cache on cookie”


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