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I have used them before but I found issues with some ISP's connection through cloudflare to our servers.
Basically it worked well for most but there were enough with problems to cause us to stop using cloudflare for proxy/cache.
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Posted 17 October 2012 - 07:29
I find them great, specially for a free service.
The anti spam features and cloud based distribution is very handy.
However it does cause some issues when it comes to dealing with disruptive members who get past their challenges.
That been if a new member signs up on IP Board while you're behind cloudflare, all their ip addresses are actually cloudflares IP ranges
So you lose the ban by IP feature.
Posted 17 October 2012 - 08:19
Weirdest thing is i got more spam while i was using cloudflare. Which was weird.
and the spam has stopped since i set my nameservers back to my server.