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How can I create a CNAME record?

Canonical Name (CNAME) is the nickname given to URL records.

Instead of the CDN URL provided to you by Medianova, you can use a URL determined by you. We have explained below for you how to set CNAME on Medianova Cloud panel.

  1. You can access the panel screen by logging in with your username and password at .

  2. You can reach the settings screen by clicking on the Streaming Resource you want to edit by following the CDN > CDN Resources path on the left side of the panel screen that will open after logging in.

  3. You can add a desired URL for the CNAME domain (Alias Domain) registration under the CNAME & SSL tab, using the Add CNAME button on the right. Example:

  • As seen in the image, the CNAME URL has been added.

  • If you are using SSL, in order to use CNAME, you must define the relevant information under the SSL tab at the bottom of the page.

  • You can find detailed information about SSL setup from the document below.

  • For the CDN configuration process, you have to replace the source code that contains your Origin URL with the CDN URL.

Examples of HTML code illustrating how to configure a CDN URL with the Origin URL.

Origin URL     <img src=”” alt=”” />


<img src=”/images/logos/logo.jpg” alt=”” />

CDN URL     <img src=”” alt=”” />

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