What is Password Protection?

The Password Protection feature of LSN CDN allows you to only allow certain people access to your content. These people must login with a username and password. How to Enable Protection Login to OnePortal’s CDN setup page. Click “Modify Password Policy”. Click “Enabled”. Click “Add new user”, enter a username […]

What is Spider Blocking?

Spider blocking is a feature of the LSN CDN that allows you to block Google from indexing your CDN content. How to Enable Spider Blocking Login to OnePortal’s CDN setup page. Click “Other Options”. Under “Block Bots” select “On”. Click “Save Changes”.

What is the Country ACL?

The Country Access List (or Access Policy) is a feature of the LSN CDN that allows you to only allow certain countries access to your files. Block Certain Countries By default no countries are blocked. If you would like to block certain countries from accessing the files on your CDN, […]

Information for the MineCraft Solution.

What is included in the Minecraft Solution? McMyAdmin 2 Bukkit Essentials What is the default login? You can manage your server at http://{your_ip_address}:8080 with the username admin and the password Passw0rd. We recommend that you change this password immediately.

How does CDN pricing work?

With LSN CDN you are only billed for bandwidth and not storage fees. When ordering CDN service you choose the amount of bandwidth you plan to use during the billing month. Don’t worry, if you are close to going over your bandwidth you can upgrade any time. See Our Prices

More about LSN CDN’s Performance

Hardware/Network Performance LSN CDN is a globally distributed network of servers containing at least: 100% SSD storage 2000+ IOPS 20GB RAM 1.5Gbps Uplink 99.3% uptime per node (100% uptime combined) Geographical Placement LSN CDN has Points of Presence (PoP) in the following locations, spread out for optimal placement: Seattle, WA […]

Do you offer DDoS Protection?

We offer two levels of network attack protection. Basic Protection, Free – Basic protection using a defined set of filtering rules. If mitigation is possible using the predefined rules, it can take up to 5 minutes for traffic to return to normal. If the automatic detection was unable to automatically […]

How do I bind my additional IPs?

These instructions are for CentOS / Fedora specifically. By default, Limestone only binds your first primary IP address. This is because there are different methods of applying your additional IPs that may require that they not be bound originally. Here is the simplest way of binding your additional IPs: 1) […]