After your domain name is connected to CDN, you will be given a CNAME domain name suffixed with
.cdn.dnsv1.com, which can be viewed on the Domain Management page in the CDN console. To make the CNAME domain name accessible, you need to complete the CNAME configuration at your domain name service provider first. When the configuration takes effect, you can use the CDN acceleration service.
This document provides CNAME configuration directions on Tencent Cloud and Alibaba Cloud:
Records of different types have different priorities. For the same host, some record types cannot exist at the same time. CNAME type conflicts with any other record types. You need to delete records of other types to add CNAME records.
Log in to the DNSpod, click the desired domain name in My Domains tab.
Click Add Records and then configure it as instructed below:
www.dnspod.com, select www as the host record. If you want to add the resolution for
dnspod.com, select @.
xxx.xxx.com.cdn.dnsv1.com). After the record is generated, a
.will be automatically added after the domain name, which is normal.
Click Confirm to finish the configuration.
To enable acceleration service for the whole website, you can set the Split Zone of a host record as Default.
For example, if you want to point all users to
1.com, you can configure a CNAME record with Default as the split zone and
1.com as the value.
You can also enable acceleration service for a specified split zone.
For example, if you want to point CMCC users to
1.com and CUCC users to
2.com, you can configure two CNAME records: one with CMCC as the split zone and
1.com as the value, another one with CUCC as the split zone and
2.com as the value.
For more information on split zone configurations, please see Split Zone Description.
If your DNS service provider is Alibaba Cloud, you can add a CNAME record as follows.
www), which is the domain name prefix. Enter the domain name pointed to by the current domain name as the record value. Retain the default settings for ISP Line and TTL.
The time it takes for a CNAME record to take effect varies by DNS service provider. It is generally within 30 minutes. You can also check whether the CNAME record is in effect by running
dig. If the CNAME record response is the CNAME configured, it indicates that the configuration is successful and the acceleration is enabled.
nslookup -qt=cname <acceleration domain name>
dig <acceleration domain name>