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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
How does CDN billing works?
If you have created your CDN pull zones, they are usually being billed after use. This article will help you to understand how the billing is calculated. Pay as you go Billing CDN instances follow a PAYG billing contract, which means you will be billed after usage. Every second of the month, you will get an invoice for the usage based on your previous month. For example, on April 2nd, you will get an invoice for the usage since March 2nd - April 1st How do I check my bill up to now? The
How to add my custom SSL certificate to CDN hostname?
If you need to set up an SSL certificate for your custom CDN hostname, this article will help you with that. To add your SSL certificate with your custom hostname. Click on Manage button next to your pull zone Navigate to the SSL section of the left navigation tabs There you will see one textbox for your SSL enabled hostname and two text areas, one for the SSL PEM
How to add my IP as the origin for Pull Zones?
Our CDN allows you to add IP addresses as origin URLs (where our CDN pulls data) this article will help you to add your IP address to the origin. Click on the green Add pull zone button On the modal select AUTO as the Origin URL selector Enter your IP address in the following text box Select AUTO and type in the IP address Click Add to create your Pul
Use a custom hostname for my CDN URL
Use a Custom Hostname as the CDN domain If you wish to create a custom hostname to serve your CDN files from like cdn.cloudcone.com, click on Manage button next to your pull zone Navigate to the Hostnames section on the left navigation tabs Click on the green Add Hostname button Add Custom Hostname Finally, make sure you add a CNAME to your unique gen
How to deal with Secondary hostnames must differ from primary CDN hostname error?
If you receive an error similar to the below error, this article will help you in resolving it. Secondary hostnames must differ error This error means that the hostname that you are trying to add the SSL is already under your custom hostname list. To fix that error, we will need to 1. Click on Manage button next to your pull zone 2. Navigate to the Hostnames secti
How to remove custom hostname?
Removing custom hostnames is easy, follow these steps to have your custom hostnames removed. Click on Manage button next to your pull zone Navigate to the Hostnames section on the left navigation tabs Click remove next to the hostname Remove hostname