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Actived: Thursday Dec 5, 2019
Live monitoring is not displaying - BunnyCDN Support Hub
Turn off any VPN or proxy. Running behind a proxy or VPN such as TunnelBear will sometimes result in the service blocking internet packets between our server and your web browser. To make sure that the live monitoring dashboard is working correctly, please turn those off. Check your WebSocket settings
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Toggle Zones ON/OFF. Is our Australia pricing too expensive for you? You can disable any region and reroute with a click of a button in the control panel. Instant Cache Purge. Instantly purge one or multiple files and even the whole zone in a matter of seconds with our cache purging tool.
Partial DNS Outage - What happened? - BunnyCDN Blog
Yesterday at around 22PM GMT+1 we began noticing a slow, but steady drop of traffic on our system, but nothing seemed wrong at first. Our monitoring did not go off initially and it just seemed like everything was in order despite a small dip in traffic, which happens regularly.
BunnyCDN (Page 3) - BunnyCDN Blog
Yesterday at around 22PM GMT+1 we began noticing a slow, but steady drop of traffic on our system, but nothing seemed wrong at first. Our monitoring did not go off initially and it just seemed like everything was in order despite a small dip in traffic, which…
Why HTTP/2 Domain Sharding Might Actually Be Hurting Your
Why HTTP/2 Domain Sharding Might Actually Be Hurting Your Performance. Posted by: Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel. Most guides and tools have not yet been updated to reflect this and knowing this can shed some extra milliseconds off your load time. BunnyCDN already takes full use of the HTTP/2 protocol so have this in mind when optimizing your
Load balancing – BunnyCDN Support Hub
If you had your edge nodes do some lightweight traffic inspection, you could also provide some amount of DDoS mitigation. Nothing new here, I presume, but since you already take care of the Letsencrypt SSL certs, it would make sophisticated hosting a lot easier to pull off.