If you uses Small Zone of the Medianova services, you can manage your zone settings as follow.
- The left side of your screen, you will see dashboard. Click on Zones.
2. You will see the accounts list you have opened before on the screen .
3. When you over the manage button right of the screen, you can view the settings for managing accounts.
Click on the Overview tab, you can view your account information and update it by changing the information you want to change.
Settings tab, let you control how you use your account. Take a quick look and make sure all of your settings are correct.
Custom Domain Settings
A Custom Domain, also known as a origin URL, is a way to create links to CDN services including custom link, Forms, Landing Pages, Images and Files, using a domain name owned by your organization. For Example: images.nameroth.com.
Cache Settings tab, You can examine how much time and how to manage the content cache settings.
- Edge Cache Time: Defines the TTL (TimeToLive) for your content which is cached on our CDN platform.
- Override Browser Cache Control: Modifies the “Cache-Control” header sent out from the CDN to your end users.
- Query String:If enabled, files with query string parameters such as examplefile.css?v=22 in their URLs will be treated as separate cacheable files. This technique is frequently used by developers to automatically invalidate cache and force CDNs to re-cache files when they are updated. If you disable this option all parameters will be ignored, and invalidation wont be possible, leading to a higher cache hit ratio.
If you want to delete your account, you can use the button.
Manage cache system is an easy way to improve the performance of your site. You can set the cache times for your content and you can purge your old content with new content.
Purge Operation is the process of deleting the contents of the cache servers located on the MedianovaCDN architecture.
If you need any update in your contents or you would like to delete any content use purge operation.
This feature allows you use your zone in HTTPS mode, without having to purchase your own SSL certificate. Instead you will use our own SSL certificate on our platform.
Server Name Indication (SNI) is an extension to the TLS computer networking protocol by which a client indicates which hostname it is attempting to connect to at the start of the handshaking process. This allows a server to present multiple certificates on the same IP address and TCP port number and hence allows multiple secure (HTTPS) websites (or any other Service over TLS) to be served off the same IP address without requiring all those sites to use the same certificate.
HTTP/2 is a major revision of the Web’s protocol and the main focus of this protocol is on performance. With HTTP/1, browsers open between four and eight connections per origin. Since many sites use multiple origins, this could mean that a single page load can open more than thirty connections.
HTTP/2 is binary instead of textual, fully multiplexed and can use one connection for parallelism, uses header compression to reduce overhead.
HTTP/2 is supported by the major browser releases of Edge, Safari, Firefox, Chrome and others.
Note: When you choose shared ssl (*.mncdn.com) mode, http2 service has been activated automatically.
HTTP Referred Whitelist
Enter a list of domains here (hit the enter after every domain). Only the domains in the list will be treated as valid referrers. Invalid referrers will throw a 403 error. Clear list to allow all referrers. Use this tool with caution, some instances may require you to add your CDN URL and custom domain into the referrer list to resolve internal referring issues.
Token authentication ensures that a URL is only accessible during a defined time. You can define the time frame with an exact expiration time. Once a token has expired, it is not possible anymore to access the content. A 403 Forbidden will be return if the token is not valid and expired.
You must use this token value in order to generate signed URLs. Please check the token documentation for more details.
A robots.txt file provides search engines with the necessary information to properly crawl and index a cdn url. You may allow the index by choosing the Index Enable or not allow with Index Disable. Or select custom for your specific settings. you should create your own robots.txt file and copy to the root of your service.