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Getting started with CDN

Please refer the following to use our CDN (Beta).

CloudCone CDN is a PULL CDN where it pulls data from an origin URL provided by you and using our generated unique URL, you can retrieve your content from the closest edge location available to your user

Creating a CDN Pull Zone

Create a Pull Zone by adding your origin domain URL which will be used to pull and cache the original files in our CDN edge locations. Note that this has to be a valid URL that is working. We recommend setting the root domain (ex:

Generate Pull Zone from Origin domain

Our system will generate a unique CDN URL for you that will be used to serve the cached files over the network. The format will be like: *

That unique hostname is used to access data directly from the CDN locations

Add the CDN to WordPress

If you are using WordPress, you can make use of the CDN Enabler plugin to quickly and easily change all the links to refer the CDN. Other CMS platforms such as Joomla, Concrete5 etc. will have their own unique plugins for this.

Use a Custom Hostname as the CDN domain

If you wish to create a custom hostname to serve your CDN files from like, you can click on Manage > Hostname and add a custom hostname.

Add Custom Hostname

Finally, make sure you add a CNAME to your unique generated hostname IN CNAME <id>

Updated on: 12/28/2017

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