Once we enable CF on our website; we noticed uploading files (images/videos) very slow comparing to the performance when CF disabled. It was working fine but like week ago till now we are facing this issue.
Any clue or help?
You didn’t specify how you’re uploading files to your website, but if it’s with a web interface, check your browser’s console log for any possible errors. Server logs might also show something.
Also try visiting
https://example.com/cdn-cgi/trace to see which datacenter you’re using. (change example.com to your own domain name). It’s possible your connection is being rerouted.
Thank you for your reply. We are uploading from mobile app (iOS) using https.
checking cdn-cgi/trace we are getting this results:
h=api. **.***.217 . .com
uag=Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_14_6) AppleWebKit/605.1.15 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/12.1.2 Safari/605.1.15
Comparing with CF testing it show colo=DXB … which might been there is any issue in connection routing.
Wow, there’s a huge difference between LHR (England) and DXB (Dubai). There may be a routing issue with your ISP:
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 …
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