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How to block CloudFront or other CDN to access my website

Some guys create a CloudFront CDN to proxy my site, so people can access my website using url like df03039lsls933.cloudfront.net instead of www.example.com How to block this using nginx? From ...
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Amazon CloudFront Synchronization

I want to leverage Amazon CloudFront to "cache" my webserver such that my website stays up even if my webserver goes down. I understand CloudFront has many edge servers that facilitate the ...
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AWS: In what situations would you NOT want to put your entire domain in front of a CloudFront distribution?

Given the relatively recent support for POST/PUT/etc. (http://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2013/10/15/amazon-cloudfront-now-supports-put-post-and-other-http-methods/), if you don’t require any ...
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Whole-site delivery on CloudFront

After much searching, I can't seem to find the question to whether it's viable to cache my entire website in Cloudfront. (Static assets as well as the HTML returned on a dynamic request). The Setup ...
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Chrome not caching CloudFront video/audio; CloudFront delivers http 1.0 headers

With the following response header: HTTP/1.0 200 OK Content-Type: video/mp4 Content-Length: 3294545 Connection: keep-alive Date: Thu, 30 May 2013 21:17:34 GMT x-amz-meta-s3cmd-attrs: ...
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gzip_http_version set to 1.0 but sends 1.1

I am trying to set Amazon CloudFront up with Nginx using W3 Total Cache and WordPress multisite. CloudFront only works with http 1.0 so, I read that you need to change the http version in gzip to 1.0. ...
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853 views

Setting up CloudFront CDN on a cookieless root domain

I have recently set up an AWS S3 bucket for my site's static content, along w/ a CloudFront distribution for my CDN. I have this working using a sub-domain. However, after running YSlow, I realized ...
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Caching video content on CDN

I'm currently running an application that delivers streaming video. All of the video content is hosted on our server, but we'd like to take some of the bandwidth load off of our server and speed up ...
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CloudFront - first access

We are storing video files in Amazon S3-Buckets, and do the playout via CloudFront. Unfortunately, although CloudFront has an origin-pull mechanism, the files are only transferred from S3 to the edges ...
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CloudFront - Users requests static files non-stop to make your bill high?

I had this weird wondering once. If I am using CloudFront as my CDN, I pay per requests made on my static files. So here comes the wondering. Can one keep requesting the same file in a non-stop ...
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Can/Should I point the custom origin of a CDN (CloudFront) to a AName for a Load Balancer (ELB)?

I don't want to point my CloudFront CDN to a specific EC2 instance, I'd like to point it to the ELB that they are behind. Is this possible? Any gotchas? I tried it and I am getting a 404 from ELB ...
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Preload/Prime Amazon Cloud Front CDN before move.

I am changing CDNs and I would like to preload some content to AWS Cloud Front so that my origin server is not hammered during that transition. Any tips?
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Should AWS CloudFront *increase* load time for infrequently accessed files?

I am new to CDNs and experimenting with CloudFront. I have set everything up and all appears to be working fine. I can create a static image on a page and access it though my CloudFront distribution. ...
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Using EC2 as a Cloudfront Origin Server

Amazon has recently added the ability to use any server as an origin server for Cloudfront, removing the original S3 only restriction. My question is- how do I set this up? The AWS web-gui seems to ...
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Best way to implement Amazon CloudFront for established website

Some of you may have a solution for this, and I need to hear it. Basically, you have a website, a lot of categories ( games, blog etc ). The idea would be to use Amazon CDN for images, flv's, ...