Advanced CDN Options. HTTPS/SSL,NGINX Settings,Video Streaming and more
Log into your https://accounts.cartika.com
Manage your Cartika CDN service and choose the "hostname" you wish to work with
Click on the advanced settings icon
- Granular Country Access allow/deny
- Hotlink policy with advanced allow/deny capabilities
- Origin Policy (HTTP, HTTPS,AUTO)
- Advanced IP access allow/deny capabilities
- Secondary CDN Hostname Management
- Enable CDN Password control
- Psuedo Streaming - Our CDN supports pseudo-streaming MP4 and FLV videos. With this feature, your viewers can seek around a video even if it has not finished downloading. It requires a Flash player and a video prepared for pseudo-streaming
- Ignore Set Cookie Options - CDNs set cookies for session tracking. Our CDN does not cache any content with Set-Cookie response headers, including static content like JPEG files. If you experience 0% cache hits due to this, enable this setting so that such responses are cached.
- Block Search Engine Crawlers
- Advanced NGINX Settings - advanced rate limit settings, proxy read and connect timeout settings, proxy cache keys
nginx general information
By default it installs to /usr/local/nginx, so to start the server run the following command: $ sudo /usr/local/nginx/sbin/nginx And to test to make sure nginx is running, point your browser to http://<your server ip>/ and you should get the "Welcome ...
CPanel URL Tweak Settings
Note: When a user accesses cPanel, WHM, or Webmail on an SSL/TLS port with the HTTP protocol, the web server redirects the user to the URL of the server's hostname with the HTTPS protocol. For example, if the server's hostname ...
How to Configure the Cartika CDN Service
There are several ways to configure and manage your Cartika CDN service. Advanced users can setup all sorts of custom configurations, choose which folders to fetch, utilize custom DNS zones (ie CDN.domain.com) This guide is for the average user ...
Install SSL Certificate inside SolidCP
Login to your SolidCP Control Panel 2. Click on Web Sites under your plan. 3.Click on the website to which you wish to install the SSL. 4. Choose SSL from the tabs on the next window. 5. If you already have the SSL click on Upload Certificate, ...
Wildcard Certificates use Subject Alternative Names (SANs) to secure a domain and all of its first-level subdomains. For example, a certificate for *.example.com secures www.example.com, mail.example.com, blog.example.com etc. A standard SSL ...