Enabling/Disabling a Domain Name
After a domain name is added, you can enable or disable the domain name on the Domains page, as shown in Figure 1.
Viewing Domain Information
Click Settings in the row of the domain name to be viewed. On the Basic Settings tab, you can view basic information about the domain name, as shown in Figure 2.
Domain statuses include Enabled, Disabled, Configuring, Error, Reviewing, Rejected, and Removing.
CDN services for domain names that have not been accessed for more than 180 days will be automatically disabled.
You can enable CDN for a domain name whose status is Disabled. CDN can be enabled in either of the following ways:
Enabling CDN for a single domain name
In the row of the target domain name, click More and select Enable, as shown in Figure 3.
Enabling CDN for multiple domain names
Select the domain names for which CDN is to be enabled and click Enable above the domain name list, as shown in Figure 4.
You can disable CDN for a domain name whose status is Enabled or Error. After CDN is disabled, CDN will no longer provide acceleration services for your domain name, but the domain configurations will remain. To restore the acceleration service, enable CDN again.
To remain your site accessible, point your domain name to a CNAME record that is not allocated by HUAWEI CLOUD CDN at your DNS provider before disabling CDN.
Disabling CDN for a single domain name
Click More in the row of the target domain name and select Disable, as shown in Figure 5.
Disabling CDN for multiple domain names
Select the domain names for which CDN is to be disabled and click Disable above the domain name list, as shown in Figure 6.