During a recent discussion on LET, Viktor from PUSHRCDN offered a free 1 month trial of their CDN (Content Delivery Network) service. I decided to sign up and give it a try for Underworld Startup.

In this post I will talk about the process of creating an account, setting up the CDN for “Push” plan. I will set up the storage option separately and update this post.

Below images are stored on one of the sites where I store the images, and ‘pushed’ using the CDN. You many notice the CDN name in the link for the images. I will set up the CNAME so that the images will be ‘served’ from something like cdn.underworldstartup.com. Right now, setting up that CNAME is giving me errors. Also note that https:// is not enabled right now, so you may see some warnings when surfing this blog or viewing the images.

setting up account with PushrCDN

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Image for PUSHRCDN by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Error with FTP Upload- PUSHRCDN. Image by Amar Vyas, Underworldstartup.com

Error with PUSHRCDN - adding CNAME
Error with PUSHRCDN – adding CNAME

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