My site consulted from

My site consulted from Colombia that our origin service, Cloudflare, is responding to the request from servers in Miami, to optimize latency and delivery times it should serve from Bogota or Medellin.

https://shingenieria.com/cdn-cgi/trace

fl=369f339
h=shingenieria.com
ip=186.155.159.189
ts=1695345793.066
visit_scheme=https
uag=Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_15_7) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/116.0.0.0 Safari/537.36
colo=MIA
sliver=none
http=http/2
loc=CO
tls=TLSv1.3
sni=plaintext
warp=off
gateway=off
rbi=off
kex=X25519

It looks like AS19429 Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Bogota does not share any locations to peer with Cloudflare at, but are a customer of AS52320 GlobeNet Cabos Submarinos Colombia, S.A.S..

AS52320 GlobeNet Cabos Submarinos Colombia, S.A.S. shares some locations with Cloudflare, but none of them are within Colombia. The only country in South America, where they are together, is Brazil.

South America is, to my experience, an expensive market compared to e.g. North America regarding Internet connectivity.

Therefore, AS52320 GlobeNet Cabos Submarinos Colombia, S.A.S. is very likely to decide to take some apparent silly - but “cheap” decisions for them, by taking the traffic all the way to North America to pass over to Cloudflare there.

If you are looking to make some changes to this, I suggest that you contact your own ISP, AS19429 Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Bogota and get them to find a solution to the issue.

A potential way to improve could maybe be by getting them to ask their provider, AS52320 GlobeNet Cabos Submarinos Colombia, S.A.S., to establish a peering with Cloudflare at their locations in São Paulo, Brazil.

(Are you and @richardheredia the same person? re. Cloudflare does not serve requests from Colombia data centers (Bogota, Medellin))

My site consulted from Colombia that our origin service, Cloudflare, is responding to the request from servers in Miami, to optimize latency and delivery times it should serve from Bogota or Medellin.

https://shingenieria.com/cdn-cgi/trace

fl=369f339
h=shingenieria.com
ip=186.155.159.189
ts=1695345793.066
visit_scheme=https
uag=Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_15_7) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/116.0.0.0 Safari/537.36
colo=MIA
sliver=none
http=http/2
loc=CO
tls=TLSv1.3
sni=plaintext
warp=off
gateway=off
rbi=off
kex=X25519

It looks like AS19429 Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Bogota does not share any locations to peer with Cloudflare at, but are a customer of AS52320 GlobeNet Cabos Submarinos Colombia, S.A.S..

AS52320 GlobeNet Cabos Submarinos Colombia, S.A.S. shares some locations with Cloudflare, but none of them are within Colombia. The only country in South America, where they are together, is Brazil.

South America is, to my experience, an expensive market compared to e.g. North America regarding Internet connectivity.

Therefore, AS52320 GlobeNet Cabos Submarinos Colombia, S.A.S. is very likely to decide to take some apparent silly - but “cheap” decisions for them, by taking the traffic all the way to North America to pass over to Cloudflare there.

If you are looking to make some changes to this, I suggest that you contact your own ISP, AS19429 Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Bogota and get them to find a solution to the issue.

A potential way to improve could maybe be by getting them to ask their provider, AS52320 GlobeNet Cabos Submarinos Colombia, S.A.S., to establish a peering with Cloudflare at their locations in São Paulo, Brazil.

(Are you and @gerencia10 the same person? re. My site consulted from)

@richardheredia @gerencia10 no need for duplicate posts nor accounts.

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