I have enabled KeyCDN again and support was very helpful. One issue was resolved. But there are 3 issues remaining that they have no answer to:What did support say was/is the issue?
That's normal i had cancel several cdn accounts. If your usage is low might as well switch to cloudflare for free cdn like performanceI appear to be using very very few credits (less than 4 over 4 months), despite having fairly decent traffic. Now my credits are expiring but adding $50 every few months when I'm using so few is not reasonable. Is this normal? Or is my forum using an oddly small amount? It appears to be configured for /data and /js
I'm just curious. Why do you not use free SSL certificates like Let's Encrypt? Is there something wrong with using them?I do not use free certificates.
KeyCDN minimum usage is $49 per annum, and credits last 1 year. If your traffic/credit is low, then I don't understand why you're topping up every few months?Now my credits are expiring but adding $50 every few months when I'm using so few is not reasonable. Is this normal?
I have made my complaint about this at KeyCDN and demanded that I first prepare my credits before I transfer more money.KeyCDN minimum usage is $49 per annum, and credits last 1 year. If your traffic/credit is low, then I don't understand why you're topping up every few months?
Cloudflare doesn't use Australian data center for free or pro plans. You need to be on Cloudflare business $200+/month or Enterprise $5k/month to get access to Australian data center in your CDN mix. But Cloudflare staff said some portion might be served for lower tier plans https://community.cloudflare.com/t/routing-wrong-country/6292/10?u=eva2000I use Pingdom for testing from a server in Australia it takes 4-5 seconds for it to complete according to Pingdom. That seems to be regardless of whether I use MaxCDN or CloudFlare.
Aussie bandwidth is expensive is not uncommon for cdns to restrict Australian pop access or charge higher or separately for such access.Well some portion of traffic may be served from the Sydney DC (I believe last estimate I saw was about 50% of ISPs) for lower tier plans may be served local. But this could change depending on load and capacity. So it’s not a $200 or nothing question for all of OZ, but for the question you asked that was the reason.
Sorry I know that might sound defensive, I’m not actually trying to be it’s just a bit complicated to describe something that can be as dynamic as our network some days.