Medianova Control Panel User Guide

Medianova CDN provides you Cloud Panel access for your CDN account management activities. You can safely manage your CDN account and user information on Medianova Cloud Panel.

When the user logs in with their username and password, the following Overview screen greets the user. (When logging into the panel for the first time, 2-Factor Authentication must be activated and the password must be changed.)‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏



The organization name and username are displayed in the upper right menu.

Clicking on the user name opens My Account, Organization Management, and Logout options.

My Account

Below are the personal settings that you can view and manage in this area.

  • Profile: Name, Last name, E-mail, Phone number, Profile photo, Time Zone settings
  • Account Security: Password, Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) settings, etc.
  • API Tokens

On the Overview and Analytics screens, when the “All resources” button on the top left of the page is clicked, the owned CDN Resources appear as a list. By selecting a specific CDN Resource from the list, the information of that resource is displayed on the panel.

From the navigation menu on the left of the page, there are Overview, Analytics, CDN, and Regular Plans tabs where you can make all the settings for your CDN Resource.‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏



You can view the statistics of the following information in the Overview section.

  • Total Traffic (as Day/Month/Last month)
  • Total Requests (as Day/Month/Last month)
  • Cache Percentage
  • API Usage
  • GPU Usage
  • Storage Usage
  • Active Traffic Histogram
  • Active Hit Statistics
  • Active Traffic Statistics
  • Error Data
  • Top 5 Services
  • Top 10 Visitor Countries List
  • Visitor Countries Map Display



Detailed statistical reports such as your resource usage, traffic, and hit information are displayed.

  • Traffic
  • Bandwidth
  • Requests
  • Status Codes
  • Error Logs

o    The error types supported in the reports are as follows.

  • 404 – Not Found Error
  • 403 – Forbidden Error
  • 500 – Internal Server Error
  • 502 – Bad Gateway Error
  • 422 – Unprocessable Entity Error


You can navigate to the CDN Resources field on the left pane to list your CDN Resources and view their settings by clicking on a resource.‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏



You can delete a CDN Resource or update its status for a certain period of time with active/passive options. The settings are categorized under the following headlines.

  • Overview
  • Caching
  • Optimization
  • Security
  • Headers
  • Purge
  • Prefetch
  • Page Rules
  • Integration

From the Create CDN Resource section, you can create a new CDN Resource according to your needs.

In this menu, there are the standard monthly packages of Static CDN, Aksela (Dynamic) and Webp & Image Optimization services. You can add these services to your existing payment/billing plan.‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏