When you use a CDN such as CloudFlare, this can save you a lot of bandwidth because the CDN does the heavy lifting. It’s easy to find out your total website bandwidth usage and the “saved bandwidth” if your site is behind CloudFlare.
Find Website Bandwidth Usage on CloudFlare
Please follow the steps below:
- Log in to your CloudFlare account.
- Click on the domain, Click on the *Analytics* tab, then the *Bandwidth* tab.
- Click on the dropdown menu in the upper right corner and select “Last month”.
- Scroll down to *Performance* and check the *Bandwidth saved* section. Under the icon, You’ll see “Total Bandwidth” and “x TB saved”.
Total Bandwidth is the amount of data transferred through your website in the selected period, a part of which CloudFlare’s CDN “saves” for you, meaning that their CDN automatically caches your static files at their edge nodes so these files are stored closer to your visitors while delivering your dynamic content directly from your web server.
If you are using a hosting provider with cPanel, make sure to also check out our tutorial on how to find cPanel bandwidth usage.
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