We are accessing application from India location. Though there are many edge servers in India location, our requests are served from Europe and UK regions mostly. Due to which, we are seeing requests taking more time than usual. Can anyone help why it is happening so?
I suspect that the India edge servers are
very busy, so higher-tiered plans here have priority and free plans are frequently re-routed. It can also be due to the following:
Why don’t I reach the closest datacenter to me?
Cloudflare is an anycast network, so where you are routed is determined by peering with ISPs. The shortest path geographically isn’t always possible due to peering agreements.
If you request a site hosted on Cloudflare from home:
The domain resolves to a Cloudflare IP
Your browser sends an HTTP request to that IP
Your ISP’s routers consult their routing table and route the packets upstream to their transit provider ( COSTS MONEY )
The packets …
Thanks for prompt response. If we upgrade our plan to cloudflare pro, can we say that our requests will be routed through datacenters in India.
If you’re in India, give this test a try:
It seems only enterprise customers are routed from India Datacenters. Please refer screenshot.
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