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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
Reading time 2 Minutes

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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17 Jul 2019
Reading time 5 Minutes

Investigating ArvanCloud Cache Responses

The ar-cache response header is used to make sure that the website’s resources are cached in ArvanCloud edge servers. The phrase present in this header indicates caching status . This article discusses the possible states of this header . Various Caching States and their Meaning After activating the ArvanCloud content distribution…

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16 Jul 2019
Reading time 7 Minutes

Best ArvanCloud CDN Service Settings for WordPress

Your entire wordpress website’s contents will be saved in ArvanCloud edge servers for 30 minutes by default after activating the ArvanCloud CDN service for your website. It is sometimes necessary, however, for the content of some sections of the website to not be cached, or in another case, cached for more…

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16 Jul 2019
Reading time 5 Minutes

Testing a Website on the Main Server without Turning off the Cloud Icon

After activating the ArvanCloud content distribution network or CDN, the cloud icon in the user panel will turn on for your website. When this icon turns on, the address for your website’s main host server will be hidden behind ArvanCloud servers, and the response to checking the website with its name…

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10 Jul 2019
Reading time 2 Minutes

The meaning of Ar-cache and ar-atime headers

After activating ArvanCloud CDN, ar-cache and ar-atime headers are displayed in response to the user’s requests. Definition of Ar-cache Ar-cache can have two values of : Miss and Hit Ar-cache with a MISS value means that the request content is not cached in ArvanCloud servers and is being returned directly from…

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2 Jul 2019
Reading time 2 Minutes

NS has been changed but the traffic doesn’t go through ArvanCloud

After changing your NS records in order to use ArvanCloud CDN, there’s a possibility that changes are not implemented immediately. This problem occurs for two reasons: First Reason: Delay in implementation of the changes You have changed your NS but your changes are not implemented yet. .Com Domains For .com domains,…

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2 Jul 2019
Reading time 1 Minutes

Removing a Domain

If you like to return your domain setting to the primary setting, you can do this in the panel dashboard by choosing the “Default Settings”. Otherwise, in order to remove your domain from ArvanCloud, you should send a domain removal request by sending a ticket to the support team.

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