How can I check from which location do you serve my traffic?

Use any of these tools:

  • Just Ping your CDN Hostname from the command prompt for Windows, and Ping your website from SSH for Linux. You will receive an IP address from where the static content is being fetched.
  • For example, Open your Command prompt and type "ping cdn.accuwebhosting.com". The IP address displayed will be of the nearest edge location from where the content is served.
  • You can compare the above ping command with new ping command "ping www.accuwebhosting.com" to see the difference in latency. www.accuwebhosting.com is our non CDN version of the website.

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