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Does the third party "s3 endpoint" automatically serve files from the CDN ?

Hi,

I’m using imgproxy to resize images coming from a DO space, there you can specify an IMGPROXY_S3_ENDPOINT which refers to the “Endpoint” of form “region.digitaloceanspaces.com” we can find in the settings.

I was wondering if with this endpoint files were automatically served from the CDN (if activated ofc) or if it was using the origin as default, of course using region.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com fails. My guess is no since I haven’t noticed any speed improvement.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi @ffoot2k2k,

I believe it’s using the origin as default. Having said that, I might be wrong!!

A question though. When you say you’ve tried using the cdn option but have you properly enabled the CDN? If you, please try to follow this DOCS and see if it works properly:

https://docs.digitalocean.com/products/spaces/how-to/enable-cdn/