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How to Configure Multi-CDN

CDN Provisioning helps our users to automatically route to the fastest CDN provider in their region. This tool can assist users with speed, reduced latency, and SEO with their domain. It can automatically make the decision by using synthetic monitoring or community data to see which CDN is fastest. It works with regional monitoring so that we can ensure that your customer gets the fastest response times within their network.

1. Navigate to "Muti-CDN>Set Up Multi-CDN"

2. Select "Create new Multi-CDN Configuration"

3. General Information 

Name- This field is used to name your Multi-CDN configuration
Enter a Domain- This field is used to enter in your FQDN 
Choose a source for Traffic Steering decisions- This field is used to select a source for your traffic steering you can select RUM or Synthetic check. RUM stands for real user monitoring we monitor from your actual users' devices. Synthetic checks are monitored from our nodes across the world.

4. Automatically Provision CDN Providers

Select the CDN provider that you want to us to provision for you and enter the origin FQDN that you made so that you can pull from the CDN provider. 

Note: AWS Cloudfront is not available for HTTP

Note: CDN77 is not available for HTTPS

5. Configuring Existing CDN providers 

Check Protocol: This field is used to select the Web check between HTTP and HTTPS
Check Path: This field is used to enter in your path to a file that you would like to check
Search String: This field used to enter in the string that you put in the first 2KB

Note: The above fields are optional

CDN Provider Name: This field is used to select your CDN provider 
CDN Host: This field is used to enter the FQDN that your CDN provider gave you. 

Note: You will only have to enter the FQDN and not the URL 

6. RUM Settings

RUM Update Interval: This field is used to select how often we update your configuration based on the data gathered from RUM 
IP Filter Rules Limit: This field is used to choose the maximum number of IP Filter rules we should make for this configuration
RUM data collection: This field is used to choose Community or Account based on how we gather data
Average object size: This field is used to choose your object size for content small, medium, large file size measurements/ analytics. 

7. Click Save 

Note: It may take a few minutes to switch from Pending to Ready 

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