Does notify me when I am running low on CDN bandwidth?

Yes. will send one email notification to your account’s email address when you have used 80% of your available bandwidth. If you don’t add more bandwidth to your domain, and you run out, you will receive another email notification alerting you that the CDN has been temporarily bypassed.

What should I do if the IP list changes?

You will need to make sure the IPs in your firewall’s allowlist are up to date. If you are running LiteSpeed Web Server v5.4.12 or newer, this will be handled automatically. The same goes for Imunify360 and Bitninja. Automation through other means will be added in the future, but until then, if your security … Read more

What’s the difference between QUIC and HTTP/3?

QUIC was originally a Google effort to improve HTTP/2 by transporting it encrypted over UDP (as opposed to TCP). In 2016, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) began working to standardize the protocol. Part of that process involved splitting QUIC into the transport and application protocols. For some time, the application protocol was referred to … Read more

Can I bypass the CDN?

Yes, you can easily bypass the CDN if you need to. In your dashboard, navigate to the domain you want to bypass, click on the CDN tab, then select CDN Config in the left hand menu. Toggle Bypass CDN to ON.

Does CDN support HTTP/3?

Yes. is capable of serving requests via HTTP/3 to browsers that also support the protocol. But unlike other CDNs, is also capable of making backend HTTP/3 connections! If your site’s origin server supports HTTP/3 (it does if you are running on LiteSpeed Web Server) and your visitor’s browser supports HTTP/3, then will … Read more

How do I verify that my site is using QUIC or HTTP/3?

Any site using CDN is capable of HTTP/3 connections. You can verify this with the HTTP/3 Check tool. If your site does not appear to support QUIC or HTTP/3, check your Dashboard and make sure your domain is set up properly.

Do you plan to add more POPs in the future?

Absolutely. We are always looking to expand and improve our network. If you have specific requests for PoP locations, feel free to join our Slack Community and post your ideas in the #quic_cloud_cdn channel