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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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22 Jul 2019
Reading time 7 Minutes

Recovering the root password in the Recovery mode

If a Linux-based instance is active in the Cloud Computing section and for any reason you have forgotten your user password to sign in to the instance environment, you will be able to recover the root password. To do this, you need to use the Console option in “Cloud Compute” ->…

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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
Reading time 4 Minutes

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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22 Jul 2019
Reading time 6 Minutes

Accessing Windows Instances After Creation

To connect to a windows-based instance for the first time, you need to connect to it using the console. To do this, in the ArvanCloud user panel, go to “Cloud Compute” -> “Instance”, and click Console from the Action menu. After selecting this option, you will face with a window similar…

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22 Jul 2019
Reading time 7 Minutes

Checking that ArvanCloud CDN is activated before changing the NS records

After registering a domain in the ArvanCloud user panel, in the “Cloud DNS” -> “Records Management”, two new NS records will be specified for you by ArvanCloud. These NSs must be registered in your domain provider site. By doing this, the ArvanCloud CDN product will be completely activated in your site….

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21 Jul 2019
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Partitioning Instance Storage in Windows-based Operating Systems

Sometimes after creating a instance, there is a need for more storage than what has been assigned in to it at the beginning. For example, when we want to install software on a drive other the drive dedicated to the operating system to avoid data being lost if a problem happens…

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20 Jul 2019
Reading time 6 Minutes

SSH Access to Instance

After creating a cloudlet in the AravanCloud panel, there are two ways of connecting to it: Using the username and password send to your email Using a Key For more information on the second method and the way of doing it, you can read the article of Building a Key and…

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20 Jul 2019
Reading time 5 Minutes

How to get a certificate with chain using the browser

A simple way of getting a certificate with chain for a website is to use the browser. In this topic, we explain how to export a certificate file using Firefox and Chrome browsers. Getting a certificate with chain file using Mozilla Firefox browser The steps to do this using Mozilla Firefox…

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18 Jul 2019
Reading time 9 Minutes

Investigating ArvanCloud Rate Limit and How to Configure It

Rate limiting is an approach for controlling a network’s input and output traffic. For example, rate limiting can be used to specify that the user is only allowed to send 100 requests, and to show an error if the number of requests exceeds this number. Rate limiting is implemented to: Better…

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