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Changes between Version 15 and Version 16 of help/en/howto/memset


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Jan 31, 2014 9:54:13 AM (7 years ago)
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    v15 v16  
    1414Connecting to Memstore via the OpenStack Swift API is really simple.
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    16       * Open Cyberduck and click on the + button at the bottom of the main Cyberduck window to bring up the new server bookmark interface.
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    18       * Select the Swift (OpenStack Object Storage) protocol from the pull-down menu as shown in the screenshot below and give the book mark a nickname. In the screenshot shown below this is "Memstore".
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    20       * Use auth.storage.memset.com as the server name.
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    22       * Leave the Port at 443
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     16      * Click on the + button at the bottom of the main browser window to bring up the new server bookmark interface.
     17      * Select the ''Swift (OpenStack Object Storage)'' protocol from the pull-down menu as shown in the screenshot below.
     18      * Use `auth.storage.memset.com` as the server name.
     19      * Leave the Port at `443`
    2420      * Use your Memstore product username followed by a full-stop and the container username (or if you're using the main admin account, use admin). In the screen shot below, the Memstore produce name is "msexample1" along with the user "admin".
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    26       * If you're not connecting to a particular container and are logging in as the admin user, leave the path field alone - otherwise you can specify the container in the path field prefixed by a forward slash (/). For example: /myblog.
     21      * If you're not connecting to a particular container and are logging in as the admin user, leave the path field alone - otherwise you can specify the container in the path field prefixed by a forward slash (`/`). For example: `/myblog`.
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    2823[[Image(Memstore.Swift.Config.png)]]
     
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    3631   * Log in into your Memset account. You can log into your Memset account [https://www.memset.com/control/login/ here].
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    3832   * Click on your Memstore instance(s) in "Your Services" section. Select the Memstore instance you want to use by clicking on "Manage" on it's line.
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    4033   * Click on "CDN Control" in "Storage Tools".
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    4234   * On the CDN Control page you can see all the containers and their CDN properties. Click on "Manage" for the container you want to use to serve your files.
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    4435   * Check the box labeled "Enable CDN" and then click on "Update".
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    4636   * At this point your container is CDN enabled which means that all the contents is now public.
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