This topic describes how to copy one or more configurations of a DCDN domain to another or multiple DCDN domains.
Ensure that the domain from which you copy configurations has been enabled and appropriately configured.
- The coped configurations will overwrite the existing configurations of the domain. Therefore, exercise cautions when performing the operation.
- The copy operation cannot be undone. The domain from which you copy configurations is enabled and provides a high operational bandwidth. The domain from which you copy configurations is active.
- Log on to the Dynamic Route for CDN console.
- On the Domain Names page, find the domain from which you want to copy configurations, click Copy Configuration.
- Select the configuration items you want to copy, and click Next.
- The origin information cannot be copied at the same time as the other information.
- An HTTPS certificate cannot be copied.
- Custom HTTP origin headers are copied incrementally. For example, if Domain A has two custom HTTP origin headers and you copy another five HTTP origin headers from Domain B to Domain A, Domain A has seven custom HTTP origin headers.
- The HTTP headers are not incrementally copied. For example, if the cache_control HTTP header is set to private for Domain A and to public for Domain B and you copy the HTTP header configuration of Domain B to Domain A, the cache_control HTTP header of Domain A is set to public.
- If you copy switch-related configurations or Refer or IP address blacklists or whitelists, the new configurations overwrite the original configurations of the target domains.
- The new configurations overwrite the original configurations of the target domains.
- Select the domains to which you want to copy the configurations, and click Next.
You can enter a keyword in the search bar to search for a domain.
- In the Copy Configurations dialog box, click OK.