Log on to the Dynamic Route for CDN Console , select Domain Name Management, and click Add Domain Name.
Enter basic information: enter the Dynamic Route for CDN domain name and the origin site. Click Next to add the domain name:
About Dynamic Route for CDN domain names:
Wildcard domain name acceleration is supported, but this does not include Chinese domain names.
Rules for entering wildcard domain names, for example:
*.test.com. For details, go to Rules for Wildcard Domain Name Acceleration.
You cannot add the same Dynamic Route for CDN domain name twice. If the prompt This domain name already exists is displayed, submit a ticket to us.
Each account supports a maximum of 20 Dynamic Route for CDN domain names.
Types of origin site:
Types of origin site Description IP Supports multiple server Internet IPs (priority of multiple origin sites can be set). Origin site domain name Supports multiple origin site domain names
Note: The origin site address cannot be the same as the Dynamic Route for CDN domain name. For example, if your Dynamic Route for CDN domain name is
test.yourdomain.com, we recommend that you set the resource origin site to
src.yourdomain.com. Otherwise it is be impossible to perform back-to-origin correctly.
OSS origin site Enter the Internet domain name of the OSS Bucket, such as
xxx.oss-cn-hangzhou.aliyuncs.com, or select the OSS Bucket already created under the same account.
SCDN back-to-origin currently does not support SNI.
Added domain name: Once the Dynamic Route for CDN domain name has been approved, you can view it in the domain name list in Domain Name Management. A successfully added Dynamic Route for CDN domain name shows the Normal Running status:
Note: Adding a Dynamic Route for CDN domain name does not automatically enable the Dynamic Route for CDN service. You must also configure CNAME. See Configure CNAME.
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