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5 Nov 2019
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Why the free certificate of ArvanCloud lasts for 90 days?

ArvanCloud issues the certificates with the help of Let’s Encrypt company. The policy of Let’s Encrypt for 90 days certificates are as follows: If a short term certificate is stolen or incorrectly issued, it won’t be valid for a long time and will cause less damage. In other words, this policy…

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5 Nov 2019
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Changing the proxy settings of page rules

You can use proxy settings to add or remove some headers to the requests. In order to do this, go to Content Delivery Network (CDN). On the page rules panel, click on the edit icon in front of the rule that you want to modify. In the opened window, go to…

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5 Nov 2019
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Why in GTmetrix website the score associated with Use a CDN is low for my website, although I am using CDN service of Arvan Cloud?

This is a question that occurs to many of our users in ArvanCloud. Although they are using the CDN service of ArvanCloud, when they use GTmetrix to analyze the performance of their website, the Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN) option in YSlow tab has not got any points. The answer…

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27 Oct 2019
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The difference between push and pull data storage methods in CDN edge servers

The task of a Content Delivery Network (CDN) is to deliver content to the users in the shortest possible time and as fast as possible. CDNs usually use two methods for data storage and content delivery to the end users: Pull and Push. Push In push method a copy of all…

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27 Oct 2019
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Adding the IP addresses of Arvan Cloud to the whitelist of iptables

An important step toward preventing disruption and delay in the connection between Arvan edge servers and the main host server is to mark the IP addresses of Arvan Cloud as whitelisted in the firewall settings of the host server. It means that the firewall must be configured to recognize a list…

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23 Sep 2019
Reading time 7 Minutes

Getting Started with the ArvanCloud CDN

The ArvanCloud Content Distribution Network (CDN) will put your website’s main host server in ArvanCloud edge servers, which receive and respond to users’ requests instead of the website’s main host server. The cloud DNS settings should be configured before working with ArvanCloud CDN. The following guide will help you configure these…

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30 Jul 2019
Reading time 13 Minutes

How CDN Improves your UX?

How CDN Improves your UX

Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) are vital solutions for the Internet businesses all around the world. When your website has thousands of daily visitors, the main infrastructure should be able to handle the traffic. High traffic means a large number of simultaneous requests from users that expect fast loading. Any latency can…

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22 Jul 2019
Reading time 7 Minutes

The Settings of Activation Section in the ArvanCloud User Panel

From Activation -> Content Distribution Network (CDN) in the ArvanCloud user panel, you can find out whether the CDN product is activated or deactivated for different records. However, two main functions of this section are specifying a desired port number for specific records, as well as weighing the different IPs registered…

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22 Jul 2019
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A look at ANAME record and how to set it up in the ArvanCloud user panel

The ANAME record can be considered as the combination of CNAME record and A record. The function of this record is similar to the CNAME record: both of them allow a domain to refer to another domain. The difference is that CNAME record only maps a domain to another domain, but…

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18 Jul 2019
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How to Make Sure the Files are Cached Correctly

When you activate ArvanCloud CDN for your website, ArvanCloud headers are added to your website pages and you can see these values in your browser tab. You can also curl one of your static girls and see the ar-cache header. curl -I https://www.arvancloud.com/en/ The command’s result will be like this: If…

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