Go to the CSS Console > Domain Management, where the default push domain name is pre-configured with push acceleration outside Mainland China. If you want to use your own push domain name, add one and then complete CNAME-related operations as instructed to configure acceleration outside Mainland China for it.
Go to the CSS Console > Domain Management > Add Playback Domain, where you can select one of the two acceleration types as needed: Global Acceleration, which requires the domain name to have obtained ICP filing in Mainland China; otherwise, configuration will fail; Acceleration in Hong Kong/Macao/Taiwan (China Region) and other regions, which can be configured just as instructed, but playback is unavailable in Mainland China in this case.
You can use a server outside Mainland China to run the
ping command on the push and playback domain names; if the server IP is a nearest node IP, acceleration outside Mainland China has been configured. You can also use this tool to test your domain name and check whether the resolved IP corresponds to the acceleration region.
Currently, playback outside Mainland China supports HTTP-FLV, HLS, and RTMP. You can troubleshoot playback issues in the following way:
Currently, only RTMP is supported.
Yes. Go to the CSS Console > Domain Management > Playback Domain Name > Management > Advanced Configuration > HTTPS Configuration, where you can add an HTTPS certificate to the domain name for which you want to configure HTTPS pull.
Yes. You can do so in the CSS Console > Domain Management. It takes about 15 minutes for the change to take effect.
Yes, but you need to submit a ticket for configuration in the backend.