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@Gibbot5000 @goldienestmakng @MrKRudd This is literally how i make my living, because idiots like you don't realize there are providers out there that literally have free tier hosting. Netlify, github pages, vercel, + cloudflare for an edge network.
@wheeliedealer Lost patience entirely a few months ago. Not only is it unusably slow* at busier times but I’ve seen it missing RNSs completely (and only realised when I saw a market reaction but no RNS - so checked a diff news site). *probably when they started using cloudflare.
@kimyeo @edublogs I’ve been having cloudflare problems in Melbourne with my Edublogs blog, but leave for a while and working again.
@Cloudflare 5 lines of code just solved a lot of difficult problems. Didn't break anything.
This one WP plugin developer didn't include **any** documentation with the plugin, but the docs website has been down cos it's using cloudflare
Cloudflare Tunnels have a ton of useful functionality beyond simple local dev proxying, too: 🤫 Assign local servers in your home network to custom domains/subdomains (e.g. Home Assistant, Plex, etc.) 🧠 Simple ingress access to services like databases and APIs
@Cloudflare About to deploy this on the hour. It's either going to be a brilliant fix to a spectacular problem, or it's going to break a lot of things. 🍀
@jimaek @Cloudflare Would you be able to give our association working contact to the network team @Cloudflare? I’m trying to reach them for more than a month via all channels. We can wait few more days though…
@ethereumdegen @slayervault @artblocks_io lol os is down for me - was on cloudflare
@shantanugoel @prohack @airtelindia Yes, It's likely exactly that. Are you using Full or Full(strict) in your cloudflare TLS configuration? I suspect you are using Full. Cloudflare's upstream network here in India is Airtel(among others) is blocking sites it shouldn't be blocking.
@BateWorld Pages were taking a long time to load and some pages turned into “Network issues” from Cloudflare. It appears to have resolved by Monday morning though. These had been ongoing for me through Sunday afternoon.
@davisshaver Nah, all good. We're using Cloudflare which is great but it's lack of pre-rendering has broken social embeds, so trying to figure out a service that can help with just that, hopefully economically.
@onemedical figured out the root cause I think—it looks like you block connections from cloudflare's vpn (18.104.22.168 /warp+ on iOS) on the app but not on the web app. So I can sign in to the site, but not the app with the vpn on, but into both when I am not on VPN. Can you forward to tech team?
@ukutaht @dpihac @PlausibleHQ What CDN service are you using? Cloudflare or something else?
When I anticipate such traffic, I deploy to Cloudflare Pages. Although deploying NextJS is a bit difficult, unlimited bandwidth is something I can't do without sometimes. If you use some other service to deploy, reply with why you like it.
Cloudflare blocks or challenges bad requests from hitting my website. #cloudflare
@chrisboard_ @Cloudflare Makes sense. Unfortunately this particular service needs to be DNS-only in order to do its job :/
I have DNS for Elite Ionic proxied through Cloudflare, with a CNAME pointing to a Netlify site (which works). I've updated the CNAME to point to a new Netlify site, but the old one is still being served up. Am I missing something here or is Cloudflare just being slow?
These are the largest traffic sources in our network: 1. Akamai CDN 2. Netflix 3. Google 4. Amazon 5. Fastly CDN 6. Facebook 7. Lumen CDN 8. Cloudflare CDN 9. Verizon CDN 10. Twitch 11. Apple 12. StackPath CDN 13. Valve 14. LimeLight CDN Sorted by inbound traffic from the top.
@shubhan3009 @Cloudflare Same problem on act fibernet also
@waldojaquith Nope. Use BunnyCDN or Cloudflare. Both support rate limiting of various kinds. To me, the two wildest things about AWS are egress bandwidth costs and the lack of simple bandwidth limits for CloudFront, S3, and load balancers.
@sterophonick @Cloudflare Well, obviously there's dirt in their history, they help protect literal scum.
@sterophonick I'm sure there's a lot of dirt in @Cloudflare's history, but I'm not sure I even want to know all of it, like things they help keep online, how they respond to public backlash, etc.
Cloudflare, self-hosted (ex: BIND9) or other service
Wonder how much oomph you need in droplets before the poor load balancer is going at line rate And at that point I kinda just want a cloudflare style waiting room
@perdjurner Fail2Ban on server and Fail2Ban plugin if using WordPress. Apache has a Fail2Ban module that might help. Lastly Cloudflare, you can block countries that are not a necessary audience.
@SMPOrange at this point shouldn't you guys be considering a host that actually protects you from attacks or a service such as cloudflare?
@Petco your website is down. Maybe it’s a @Cloudflare issue.
@z3dster @munin Ahhh! So the main problem is is “The site is obviously going against the real hosting provider’s TOS but Cloudflare is masking who that is so nobody can send abuse reports, and Cloudflare doesn’t care?”
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