[HCoop-Help] Does downloading of 1.2 meg poster create abandwidth problem, slow things down?

Michael Leonhard uic at tamale.net
Thu Apr 24 05:49:32 EDT 2008

You don't have to set up anything to use CoralCDN.  Just make the main
link on your website a fully qualified link and add .nyud.net to the end
of it.

Example: If I had a large file at http://tamale.net/shuttle.mpeg, I could
put this link on my website:
 <a href='http://tamale.net.nyud.net/shuttle.mpeg'>Shuttle Launch Video</a>


Nathan Kennedy wrote:
> On Tue, 22 Apr 2008 19:12:33 -0400 (EDT), "Michael Leonhard"
> <uic at tamale.net> wrote:
>> How about using CoralCDN?  http://www.coralcdn.org/
>> --Michael
> I would agree with Davor and Adam that a gigabyte or so of downloads,
> spread over time would cause no problems.  Setting up something like a CDN
> would be overkill for such a simple download link and might well degrade
> performance rather than improve it.  After all, we're supposed to be
> providing web hosting on a good network here.  Would be a shame to refer
> people elsewhere for such simple needs. :-)
> -ntk

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