Optimized Internet routing
This graphic shows how ETP Client sends requests to the ETP DNS server that is in the closest geographical region, even if the visited network has no local DNS Resolver. Regardless of network topology, ETP returns the IP address of the origin server that is in the geographical proximity to ETP Client.
For example, in this graphic, requests to the Internet are directed to the ETP DNS server that is in the closest geographical location to the Visited Network (Australia). ETP is then able to return an IP address of the origin that is local to this region, allowing ETP Client to connect to the closest origin server (for example, the Australian website).
Without ETP Client, requests would go to the resolver in the United States and return the US version of the website, resulting in the end user in Australia experiencing a slower and non-localized version of the website.