1-) Canonical Name (CNAME) is the nickname given to URL records. Instead of the CDN URL provided to you by Medianova, you can find out how to set a URL that is to be determined by you from the Medianova panel.

Login to the Medianova panel with your username and password.

  • Enter the Zones section from the Dashboard.

  • In the Zone you want to operate from the registered zones, click on the Manage button to select the Overview section.

  • Here you can see the CDN URL defined for your site.

2-)In the Dashboard> Zones> Settings section, you can add a desired URL for CNAME domain registration and add it with the right + Add button.

Example: cdn.yourdomain.com

3) As seen in the image, ” cdn.yourdomain.com ” has been added as a CNAME URL.

To use CNAME; If you are using SSL, you need to add information in the SSL / HTTP2 tab through the Medianova panel.

Please enter the SSL Certificate and SSL Key for the SSL installation.


For the CDN configuration process, you must replace the source code that contains your Origin URL with the CDN URL.

Examples of HTML code illustrating how to configure a CDN URL with the Origin URL:

Origin URL

<img src=”http://yourdomain.com/images/logos/logo.jpg” alt=”” />


<img src=”/images/logos/logo.jpg” alt=”” />


<img src=”yourzonename.mncdn.com/images/logos/logo.jpg” alt=”” />

Source codes are replaced with the CDN URL instead of the Origin URL as mentioned above.

Thus, our CDN service becomes active on your site.

Was this post helpful?