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In Salesforce orgs we have nodes based closeness from geographic locations, like if I register for org from India it will put me on Asia-Pacific(ex. AP1), same happens for other locations like North America (NA1, NA9 etc).

I am curious about, as its nodes are having very different naming convention, for ex:

Because of this, I am not too sure about closeness of a given node to a geographic location. Would it make difference from network latency standpoint in API calls, if my mobile app will access APIs across the world, for ex. some one in India, UK and US etc.

Attribution to: Abhinav Gupta

Possible Suggestion/Solution #1 uses the same infrastructure as the rest of The URLs are tailored for the product, but the orgs are still located in the same place as the orgs.

To find which node your org is on, start with the host name. For instance mine is:

Go to the trust web site's system status page and look for the "What instance am I using" link in the upper right corner. Click on that.

In the "My Domain Lookup" pop-up, enter in only the third-level domain information off of your org URL. For instance mine would be:


Once I have that entered in, I get back EU2. Presumably, if you were to register for an org in the AP region, you would find yourself on an AP node...but as stated in the comments, not necessarily.

Attribution to: pchittum
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