Manage property hostnames

After you start provisioning your property hostname, you can use the More menu () to manage the status of your property hostname.

The More () menu allows you to:

  • Activate. If you chose to only allow your property hostname when you started the provisioning process, and now you want to map the property hostname to improve performance in China, you can choose Activate to start the mapping process. When mapping completes, the status of the property hostname changes to provisioned. For more information, see Activate a property hostname.

  • Edit. Choose this action to edit the information associated with your property hostname. You may not be able to remove information required for provisioning if the property hostname has a status of allowed or provisioned. If you change the ICP number of an allowed or provisioned property hostname, China CDN Manager creates a China partner re-approval request. If the partner denies the request for any reason, China CDN Manager deprovisions the property hostname. For more information, see Add or edit a property hostname.

  • Deactivate. If you chose to provision your property hostname and it now appears with the provisioned status, you can choose deactivate to unmap the property hostname, but still keep it allowed. You lose the performance benefits of activation, but your property hostname remains available in China. When deactivation completes, the status of the property hostname changes to allowed. For more information, see Deactivate a property hostname.

  • Deprovision. If you chose to provision your property hostname and it now appears with the provisioned status, you can choose deprovision to unmap the property hostname, and remove it from the allowlist. When deprovision completes, the status of the property hostname changes to deprovisioned. If you deprovision a property hostname which is only allowed, China CDN Manager disallows the hostname. For more information, see Deprovision a property hostname.

  • Delete. Choose this action to delete your property hostname.

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Deleting *88.net edge hostnames

Before you delete your *edgesuite88.net or *edgekey88.net edge hostname, make sure it is not currently assigned to an active property. Deletion of a CNAMEd *88.net edge hostname causes a DoS (Denial of Service) condition.

You can also search for property hostnames based on their status by selecting a status in the Status field.