I’ve read that for people using the Spark ISP in New Zealand, who access a website that uses Cloudflare CDN, they are offered files all the way from Japan and not Cloudflare’s NZ or Aus servers.
I’m not a network tech guy but I understand it’s something to do with Spark not peering and something to do with Cloudflare not having ‘nodes’ (whatever that is) with Spark.
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Is this still an issue? The reason why I’m asking is, I’m a web designer, one of my clients will get more international traffic soon but most traffic will still be NZ based. So what I need to avoid is, if I sign them up with Cloudflare, I can’t have the NZ Spark users being served website resources from Japan.
If a Pro plan resolves this, that’s fine with me.