If Anycast means I see only 1 IP address for a domain name distributed over many geographic regions

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How does anycast work?
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Based on Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) paths, Anycast routes packets to the geographically closest server. When a router near a client requests the path to an IP address, it receives a list of available routes and chooses the shortest one. When using anycast, the system always takes the quickest path.

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