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    1 TB CDN for $5, from CDN.net - 9 locations, APAC included.

    OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

    Hi All,

    We've put together a special plan just for LET users. Plenty of bandwidth, worldwide locations.

    1 TB of Bandwidth

    $5 per month
    Overages priced at $.02 per GB
    Signup here

    Locations Provided

    North America: Dallas, San Jose, Seattle, Washington
    Europe: Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Milan
    APAC: Singapore

    Why use a CDN?

    A few reasons: better worldwide performance. Reduce resource consumption on your server. Reduce bandwidth usage on your server.

    What do I get with CDN.net?

    1 TB of worldwide bandwidth, with the HostBill control panel. OnApp access is given as well. Simply, monthly fixed cost, payable by credit card. 24x7 ticket based support, out of London, England & Logan, Utah, USA.

    Any questions? Want more bandwidth? Ping me: [email protected]

    OnApp + CDN.net
    [email protected]

    Comments

    • Nice offer. I wish you continued success.

      Thanked by 1OnApp_Terry
    • How many zones can be created?

      Thanked by 1OnApp_Terry

      🐴 Recommended: $20/yr 512MB KVM - Unmetered bandwidth. $5/TB Block Storage - from BuyVM (aff)

    • No PayPal payment gateway?

      Thanked by 1OnApp_Terry

      www.91yun.co | aka. 91yun.org | TOP Chinese Hosting Review site | 26k PV (3x LEB) a day | Drop me PM to submit offer.

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

      @Harambe said:
      How many zones can be created?

      No limit on zones. I will tell you we've seen some issues with clients attempting to manage 100+ through HostBill, so I wouldn't suggest that. Otherwise, no problems.

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

      @singhigh said:
      No PayPal payment gateway?

      Unfortunately paypal is not accepted at this time. Perhaps sometime in the future.

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • time4vpstime4vps Member, Host Rep

      OnApp_Terry said: clients attempting to manage 100+ through HostBill

      A bit OT question: are you happy with HostBill? :)

      Thanked by 1OnApp_Terry

      Time4VPS - time for your personal server

    • Does that include Custom CNAMEs and custom SSL certs?

      Thanked by 1OnApp_Terry
    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

      @time4vps said:

      OnApp_Terry said: clients attempting to manage 100+ through HostBill

      A bit OT question: are you happy with HostBill? :)

      Love it. You know, everything is configuration sensitive, so things break. But we have a good understanding of HostBill - we don't rush to update to the latest & greatest - and we generally have no problems.

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

      @jimaek said:
      Does that include Custom CNAMEs and custom SSL certs?

      No, unfortunately there are some limitations with this plan. Happy to talk more if that's something you're interested in - [email protected]

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • PoP test IP available?

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

      @thatix said:
      PoP test IP available?

      Hi there, if you email me, I can get you a test resource :)

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • Any blocks for sale? Rather than monthly?
      i.e. 1TB to use any time until it expires.

    • @bohdans said:
      Any blocks for sale? Rather than monthly?
      i.e. 1TB to use any time until it expires.

      Also intrigued about this.

      Jr System Administrator

    • Singapore included by default or extension to $5 package ?

      time wasters please dont comment as we are a serious buyer
      Programmer trying to do Logo Designs

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

      @sdglhm said:
      Singapore included by default or extension to $5 package ?

      Hi there, Singapore is included by default.

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

      @HyperSpeed said:

      @bohdans said:
      Any blocks for sale? Rather than monthly?
      i.e. 1TB to use any time until it expires.

      Also intrigued about this.

      We do have pay as you go pricing available. It's quite a bit more expensive per GB than the plan advertised here though - http://hb.cdn.net/index.php?/cart/payg/

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • MrGeneral said: I'll signup when as soon as you launch SolusVM v2...

      BURRRNNNNNNN

      Hola perro!

    • OMG

      They don't force SSL on billing,

      Let's bet which dot-name will collapse first ;)

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider
      edited September 2016

      @tommy said:

      OMG

      They don't force SSL on billing,

      Thanks for pointing this out. I will have this fixed immediately. I use the https everywhere plugin for Chrome and honestly hadn't noticed.

      Thanked by 1tommy

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • OK. That's interesting.

      © 2011-2019 eLohkCalb

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

      @eLohkCalb said:

      OK. That's interesting.

      My fault - I switched live chat software... it's been a struggle of mine to find one I consider beautiful. When I switched, I cleared the cache and you must've caught it at the perfect time.

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • @OnApp_Terry said:

      @HyperSpeed said:

      @bohdans said:
      Any blocks for sale? Rather than monthly?
      i.e. 1TB to use any time until it expires.

      Also intrigued about this.

      We do have pay as you go pricing available. It's quite a bit more expensive per GB than the plan advertised here though - http://hb.cdn.net/index.php?/cart/payg/

      I don't like the payg pricing. I would be more interested in like what he said, you purchase 1TB until it expires (not time based). Then you will gain me as customer and many others probably.

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider
      edited September 2016

      @Domin43 said:

      @OnApp_Terry said:

      @HyperSpeed said:

      @bohdans said:
      Any blocks for sale? Rather than monthly?
      i.e. 1TB to use any time until it expires.

      Also intrigued about this.

      We do have pay as you go pricing available. It's quite a bit more expensive per GB than the plan advertised here though - http://hb.cdn.net/index.php?/cart/payg/

      I don't like the payg pricing. I would be more interested in like what he said, you purchase 1TB until it expires (not time based). Then you will gain me as customer and many others probably.

      Hi, I think it's actually the same thing just displayed opposite from what you're used to? Each gigabyte of CDN you use withdrawals from your pre-deposited balance. It's not time based -- no monthly payments or anything on PAYG pricing. Rather you deposit funds and replenish as they run out.

      If you have a popular site pushing 10+ TB a month, we can talk about volume discounts and adding certain PoPs that are best suited for your visitors. Feel free to email me at [email protected] and we can talk more.

      Thanked by 1Domin43

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • So $10 PAYG gets you 125GB vs $5 a month for 1 TB?
      HUGE difference in price.

    • BunnySpeedBunnySpeed Member, Provider

      @bohdans said:
      So $10 PAYG gets you 125GB vs $5 a month for 1 TB?
      HUGE difference in price.

      Well, one is a LET offer with 9 locations and the other likely has all of their datacenters and mainstream pricing.

      Thanked by 2bohdans OnApp_Terry

      BunnyCDN - Make your website as fast as a bunny

    • HackedServerHackedServer Member
      edited September 2016

      I signed up. I too would love to see a similarly priced PAYG. Even double the price for non-expiring $10/1TB would be amazing.

      My initial thoughts after 10-20 minutes:

      The management interface is pretty minimal. I'm a super simple user so it has most everything I need, but if you compare it to BunnyCDN's panel it just doesn't stand up.

      The SSL cert on the domain I was given isn't valid. I got xxx.r.worldcdn.net for my CDN url, which isn't one of the alt names on the cert:

      DNS Name: backend.omega.onappcdn.com DNS Name: cdn.metem.eu DNS Name: r.worldssl.net DNS Name: *.r.worldssl.net DNS Name: s.pacn.ws DNS Name: secure.claro.com.br DNS Name: www.r.worldssl.net DNS Name: *.www.r.worldssl.net

      Combine that with my inability to add my own cert, it means I'm stuck with invalid SSL.

      The speeds are pretty good overall. One of my servers in Chicago with an APA IP got routed to Singapore, so its speed varied but sometimes it still did 7MB/s. Other servers with proper routes hit 20-50MB/s. I did enable prefetch on my test file, but there still seemed to be a slight slow start before it ramped up, as you often see with pull zone CDNs. Of course it takes more than 10 minutes of testing to truly understand how a CDN preforms.

      Two other things. My welcome email came with HTML all over it, but seemingly not as an HTML email. Also I wasn't able to find where my login details were for OnApp, the directions are there but the information simply didn't seem to be where it said to look.

      If CDN.net modernized a little (better panel, Lets Encrypt support, better stats) it would help a long way. That said, performance is what matters, and I have performance issues at BunnyCDN, so I think I'll give CDN.net a month trial.

      Disclaimer: I by no means am a poweruser when it comes to CDNs. I find them fun to play with and use them for my own small projects.

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider
      edited September 2016

      @bohdans said:
      So $10 PAYG gets you 125GB vs $5 a month for 1 TB?
      HUGE difference in price.

      Correct - this plan is exclusive to LET & has about half our normal locations.

      Thanks for the very indepth review for just a few hours @hackedserver. I agree with a few of your statements, and it's something I'm aware of. I will admit that right now as the PM of OnApp retail (CDN.net & Cloud.net) our devs are focused mostly on Cloud.net, and I have been focused on making the network as kickass as possible at CDN.net with the network team. Just recently we sourced infrastructure from Nepal & Cambodia specifically for a SE Asian focused online university, which was fun. There are some things that I believe we can fix immediately (re: email templates... that's no good!) and I'll get started on them immediately tomorrow (today? ugh, it is 3am) morning.

      Thanked by 1HackedServer

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • I was interested in this at first, but after some examination I'm not sure if it'll fit my needs.

      From what I can see with the CNAME configuration, cdn.net doesn't want to be the source of the files, just the cache for them.

      When a user requests a file from cdn.example.com, it connects to your system which serves the file if it's already cached. If it didn't know about the file, it connects to the backend server specified by me in order to request the file and then caches it at all the POP's. Is this correct?

      I'm looking for a CDN where I can connect somewhere and upload files and then it becomes available in multiple POP's. Perhaps also issue commands to the backend to make a "locked" file available with some kind of passkey or to an IP address.

      Your service seems to basically be the CDN capabilities of Cloudflare. I'm looking more for something like S3 with multiple POPs. I don't want to have to host my own file server.

      Am I correct in my assessment of your service?

    • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

      @deftnerd - Correct, we don't offer push CDN at this time.

      Thanked by 1DeftNerd

      OnApp + CDN.net
      [email protected]

    • @DeftNerd said:
      I'm looking for a CDN where I can connect somewhere and upload files and then it becomes available in multiple POP's.

      What you're talking about is a Push Zone vs a Pull Zone. Cloudfront, CDN.net, BunnyCDN and many others are Pull Zone only CDNs. They need an origin (source) and they grab the file on demand, serve it, and cache it to some degree.

      A Push Zone CDN is where you upload a file to their servers and they serve it. It depends on the company how far they push the file I think, but it means you don't have to worry about storing the files and often don't have to worry about "spin-up" time on a pull zone CDN.

      I think cheaper pull zone CDNs are harder to find. This was the best I've seen and I don't know if its still a thing:
      https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/comment/1582250/#Comment_1582250

      You mentioned S3 with multiple POPs, you can always use S3 and put a pull zone CDN in front of it.

      Perhaps also issue commands to the backend to make a "locked" file available with some kind of passkey or to an IP address.

      BunnyCDN (pull only) has a cool authorized/expire link method. You combine secret token + file path + expire time into a authorized link. You can make zones only allow authorized links.
      CDN.net (pull only) supports authorized IPs for entire zones.
      I'm not sure about Cachefly, I don't have any zones active there right now.

    • I just wanted to post one update. I've gotten into the OnApp panel for CDN.net and its much better than the HostBill area I was originally stuck in. It lets me manage SSL (both my own and theirs), see better stats, and has more intuitive controls. It alleviates some of my issues and is a much improved experience.

      Thanked by 1OnApp_Terry
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