CloudFront distributions are region-specific, may be you just need to look into right region.
When you create a CloudFront distribution, you choose the region where you want to deploy it. The distribution will then use the CloudFront edge locations in that region to serve content to your users.
However, you can configure your distribution to use multiple regions by creating additional "origin" endpoints in different regions. Each origin represents a source of content that CloudFront can use to serve requests. By adding multiple origins in different regions, you can improve the performance and availability of your content delivery.
When a user requests content from your CloudFront distribution, CloudFront automatically selects the origin that is geographically closest to the user and serves the content from that origin. This helps to minimize latency and improve performance for your users.
It's important to note that each CloudFront distribution is associated with only one origin domain name. If you need to serve content from multiple domains or subdomains, you may need to create separate CloudFront distributions for each one.
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