Is there any limitation on cache everything page rule where even audio files are being cached and served via cloudflare? All are small mp3 files. Basically a ringtone website.
What’s the maximum bandwidth allowed in free plan? I know there’s no limitation in general but there must be a peqk point where cloudflare doesn’t allow or we have to purchase pro plan.
I will quickly quote that statement: Limit Bandwidth for Free Plan? - #2 by soldier_21
Since you mentioned
mp3, these do not belong to the tipical “web ressources” but even there I seldome saw Cloudflare stepping up and asking for an upgrade. But on the other hand, you are using a FREE service which should be used fair.
Also the one time I heard something like this it was about 20TB of Edge Cache or bandwith when Cloudflare did something. So if it’s a small site you really should not matter that much. But if you make money with and you have a lot of traffic I anyway would immediately switch to Pro right now, simply because of all the benefits you get there.
For a better understanding on what in general is allowed and what not, have a read here: Terms 2.8
Use of the Services for serving video or a disproportionate percentage of pictures, audio files, or other non-HTML content is prohibited, unless purchased separately as part of a Paid Service or expressly allowed under our Supplemental Terms for a specific Service.
This would apply to you since your have a ringtone website. But like I said, unless you are not abusing the service it all should be fine. There is no clear red line and I think that good! If you are unsure if you are within the ToS just purchase a Pro Plan and you should be fine.
Not sure about this, the same terms apply to all plans except Enterprise with a custom contract.
True, now as I read it again it states:
purchased separately as part of a Paid Service
Seems you are right @domjh. On the other hand I never saw Cloudflare banning small pages from using more
mp3 files then others.
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