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            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 who simply wishes to utilize the
            CDN as easily as possible and make the process as seamless as possible
            in order to serve static/streaming content from their website across our
            CDN network

            1) sign up for a Cartika CDN account here - https://accounts.car...rt/cartika-cdn/

            2) manage the service in your accounts.cartika.com portal

            3) Add a new CDN resource

            4) Enter in the following


            (To set up ALL traffic to www.yourdomain.com to utilize Cartika CDN)

            CDN Hostname = www.yourdomain.com (please use www)

             

            Origin = IP Address of your website (shared or dedicated)

             

            Edge Groups - Select the Continets you wish to serve content from

             

            (see attached)

             

             

            5) once the resource is created, create the custom cname record for
            your www.domain.com record as per below (ensure you remove any existing
            www.domain.com DNS record)

             

             

             

            6) add a redirect or .htaccess file to your site so that all traffic
            to your domain is forced over www.domain.com (ie any requests for http://domain.com/ will be redirected to http://www.domain.com/

             

             

             

            7) that's it, you're all set - you can log into your
            accounts.cartika.com portal, Cartika CDN Service , check your usage
            hourly as it updates.

             

            after giving some time for everything to resolve, you can test if the CDN is enabled with a simple ping test

             

            ping domain.com - note the IP address (should be your websites IP address)

             

            ping www.domain.com - note the IP address (will be the IP address of the CDN POP closest to the location you are pinging from)

             

            see example ping's and outputs below

             

             

            Updated: 19 Jun 2018 03:50 PM
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