Content not cached by CloudFlare

I just configured my second website on CloudFlare, but in this one the resources don’t seem to be cached by CloudFlare. There are no CloudFlare response headers in the cachable resources (E.g. In the images), in addition based on the response time the content is not using the CloudFlare server.

Please note what follows:

  • The CloudFlare administrative interface properly detect the website.
  • I’ve already checked the DNS with the support of HostGator and all seem to be ok.
  • It’s a WordPress website that uses the official CloudFlare plugin and the default settings of a free CloudFlare account.
  • My first website configured with CloudFlare was also a WordPress website with the same configuration and I had no issues.

Do you have any suggestions? Thank you for your support.

That would suggest the DNS records are not proxied.

As always, what’s the domain?

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Thank you Sandro, the domain is:

Proxied and cached

$ curl -I | grep status
cf-cache-status: HIT

Check if your DNS resolver is up to date and you actually resolve the proxy addresses.

I’m seeing HITs for css and images (I didn’t check everything). Are you sure you’re hitting Cloudflare IP addresses? It might be a DNS issue at your end.

If you don’t have these addresses you have aforementioned resolution issue and need to fix your resolver.


Non-authoritative answer:
Addresses:  2606:4700:3035::ac43:917b

It shouldn’t be a proxy or configuration issue at this point.

Thank you very much. I confirm that I still have different nslookup results for and I’m trying to fix the issue on my end.

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