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What You Need to Know About Cloudflare Is Here!
How Can I Enable CloudFlare?
ServerFreak is an official hosting provider of CloudFlare. As a result, we have implemented a module right in cPanel to allow one click activation of CloudFlare with any domain on our servers. To active CloudFlare on any ServerFreak cPanel shared hosting account: Login to your cPanel account and type 'CloudFlare' into the top left finder. If this is the first time accessing the CloudFlare interface, you will be asked to create an account. Provide your email addr
How Does Cloudflare's Technology Work?
CloudFlare is a CDN (content delivery network) with a security layer. Once a website is part of the CloudFlare community, its web traffic is routed through CloudFlare’s global network. CloudFlare’s network stores copy of static fil
What is the Association Between ServerFreak and CloudFlare?
CloudFlare is a third-party vendor that is offering the CloudFlare service to ServerFreak customers through a partnership.
What is CloudFlare?
CloudFlare is a performance and security service that we provide to our customers. On average, a website on CloudFlare loads twice as fast, uses 60% less bandwidth, has 65% fewer requests and is way more secure.
Is Cloudflare available in cPanel or Directadmin?
Cloudflare only available in cPanel currently. However, you can manually setup if you are using Directadmin.
What Types of Websites Can Use CloudFlare?
Almost all websites can use CloudFlare. CloudFlare works for both static and dynamic websites. CloudFlare is not suitable for websites that stream video or audio directly from their origin server. If a website uses YouTube or Vimeo for the videos embedded on your website, then that is compatible with CloudFlare.
Where Are CloudFlare’s Data Centers Located?
CloudFlare’s network currently has 12 locations where it does caching and traffic filtering: Six in the US: San Jose, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, New Jersey, Dallas Three in Europe: Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt Three in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo
Will CloudFlare accelerate and protect my root domain?
CloudFlare can only accelerate and protect CNAMES. Since your root domain is an A record, we recommend that you forward your traffic to ‘www’ through your .htaccess file. If you do not forward the traffic, then any traffic to www.mydomain.com will be accelerated and protected by CloudFlare (and shown in the statistics) and any traffic to mydomain.com will not be served by CloudFlare.