As part of setting up Storage, you receive the server’s hostname, username, and password for a separate space. Access data is easy to check and update in the Storage tab. Check your settings in the following steps:
- Sign in to your panel.
- Navigate to the storage section in the left-side menu and click on Storage.
- Choose Access credentials
- You have two possible ways to access memory.
FTP – File Transfer Protocol
Rclone – Multithreaded, open-source command-line computer program for content management in the cloud
- Check your access data – you can find:
- Manage your password
Remember that all files in the BlazingCDN store are case-sensitive. For example, image.jpg and Image.jpg are two different files. Make sure the files have the appropriate permissions. All other users should only have read permission. If not, CDN Storage will not manage the files correctly and will return error code 403-Forbidden.
Use encrypted connections for transmission. Note FTP, the username and password are sent as a text from the FTP client over the Internet to the storage server. Fortunately, most of them support encrypted connections (FTPS).
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BlazingCDN – storage integration using PHP FTP
BlazingCDN – Storage API documentation
BlazingCDN – logs storage
BlazingCDN – custom HTTP headers
BlazingCDN – Create a storage
BlazingCDN – backups