Justin

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  • Justin commented,

    Hi Pooranan By default, the cache key includes the value of the Host header, so this means that the apex and subdomains will be cached separately. This means you shouldn't have to make any change t...

  • Justin commented,

    OK, it sounds like that would be possible. Feel free to try the logging and see what is available before building the backend application.

  • Justin commented,

    Hi Gonçalo I don't think you'll be able to achieve what you're looking for. There are a few reasons for this: The HTTP portion of the request happens after the TLS handshake. This means you can't ...

  • Justin commented,

    Hi Manickam SP Fastly-Client-IP will only have the IP of the client that connected to us. If there were previous hosts to be tracked they would need to be added to X-Forwarded-For, but whether they...

  • Justin commented,

    Hi Briana In order for the geolocation restriction to work as expected, you need to be using the correct value for `client.geo.region`. Looking at the documentation for `client.geo.region` it says ...

  • Justin commented,

    Quick update for you! We also have a native substring function you can use for this: https://docs.fastly.com/vcl/functions/substr/ `substr("abcdefg", -4, -3)` is "de"

  • Justin commented,

    Hi The closest we have is to use a regular expression to capture the characters. Check this fiddle for an example of how you can accomplish what you've described. Run it to see the output based on ...

  • Justin commented,

    Hi Suraj There are a few things that need to be in place to get Image Optimization working. It would be better if you sent in a ticket to our Support Team at support@fastly.com and we'll follow it...

  • Justin commented,

    Hi Cherian We don't currently have image optimization capabilities but we know some companies that do. You can check out imgix or cloudinary who are providers we know and rate.

  • Justin commented,

    Hi Yes, you can use req.http.fastly-ff to test if the node is in a shield POP. If it's set the request has passed through another POP already. See https://docs.fastly.com/guides/performance-tuni...