Using Cloudflare for Static Content

Should I use Cloudflare with QUIC.cloud CDN? To answer that question, let’s look at the route that a user request takes with QUIC.cloud alone, and then look at what happens when you add Cloudflare. Without Cloudflare Without Cloudflare, all requests look like this: User request <—-> QUIC.cloud <–if cache miss–> Origin server The request goes … Read more

Configuring DNS for the Root Domain

These instructions take you through the general steps required to set up your DNS for use with a root domain such as example.com. If you would prefer to only use a subdomain (e.g. www.example.com or sub.example.com), please see Configuring DNS for a Subdomain. These instructions are for setting up your existing DNS records at an … Read more

QUIC.cloud DNS vs. CNAME Records

When you enable QUIC.cloud CDN, you are asked to choose a method of connecting the CDN to your domain: QUIC.cloud DNS CNAME Cloudflare Let’s look at what each of these options entails. QUIC.cloud DNS If you want to use QUIC.cloud with a root (or apex) domain such as example.com, then QUIC.cloud DNS is your easiest … Read more

DNS Verification Issues

When DNS Verification fails for QUIC.cloud CDN, it is usually due to an incorrect configuration for your domain. Let’s take a look at some of the things that can go wrong, and how you can fix them. In order for QUIC.cloud to act as a reverse proxy for your site, you need to do one … Read more

Fixing an Incorrect Free Quota Tier

QUIC.cloud uses the Server HTTP response header to detect which web server powers your site. Those sites with Server: LiteSpeed are entitled to more free quota than those whose sites are running on other servers. Learn more about how this works Sometimes, though, if your site is running behind a proxy or a CDN service, … Read more

Configuring DNS for a Subdomain

These instructions take you through the general steps required to set up your DNS for use with a subdomain such as www.example.com or sub.example.com. If you would prefer to use your root domain (e.g. example.com), please see the main DNS area for the available options. These instructions are for setting up your existing DNS records … Read more