We are very happy to use your service, and thank you so much about block DDOS and attacks.
Here we have question about protecting farm.
Actually we have plan to move our server to Korea, and there only can access from Korea IP.
So current we have 3~4 domain, can not use CF because, it’s farm is located in US.
( Yes I heard that from hosting company. )
Is there anyway move the protecting farm to Korea, Seoul or whatever Korean area?
Then we can use your CF with our server very safetly
Please reply to us how change this.
I am not entirely sure about your question.
But if you are saying your webhost blocks IP addresses, then you won’t be able to use a standard Cloudflare setup, as you’d need to make sure all addresses from
IP Ranges have full access to your server.
One alternative, you could employ, would be Tunnel →
Cloudflare Tunnel · Cloudflare Zero Trust docs
In that way you would not need to unblock addresses, but your server would connect to Cloudflare. However that still requires outbound connections, as well as the installation of the daemon on your server.
Thank you for reply.
What I saying is, currently our domain routing to Japan Tokyo area and arrive to our server.
So it recog this is came from abroad.
Can we change this route server to Korean area?
Heard from another guy that it could be from your setting via our request.
The datacenter is chosen via Anycast and by your ISP.
If your ISP does not route you to the closest datacenter, I am afraid you need to contact 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 …
Also, make sure you are rewriting IP addresses →
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