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Enabling the CDN

Before your DNS is configured, you can get the CDN ready to use by following these steps:

  1. Turn on CDN in WordPress
  2. Verify your server IP in
  3. Enable CDN in

Here they are described in more detail.

Turn on CDN

Turn on CDN

From your WordPress dashboard, navigate to LiteSpeed Cache > CDN, set CDN to ON, and press the Save Changes button.

Verify Your Server IP

Add Server IP

Go back to your Dashboard. If you are not already on the Services Overview page for your domain, you can get there by either clicking your domain name on the page, or access it directly at (where is your domain name). Click on Settings in the top navigation bar, and check the value of the auto-detected Server IP. Verify that it matches your WordPress site's IP address.


If you don't know your site's IP address, open your browser's developer tools, go to the Network tab, load up a page on your site, and look for the Remote Address response header.

Enable the CDN

Enable the CDN

Navigate to CDN from the top navigation menu and press the Enable CDN button.

From there, may walk you through additional setup screens, during which you will be asked how you wish to configure your DNS. You can use DNS, which is the simplest option, or you can set up your DNS records manually using the CNAME method. If you're not sure which to choose, see the DNS Overview for more information.

Video Instructions


See this step illustrated in the Enabling CDN video

Next Step

See Pointing your DNS to  to continue.

Last update: April 16, 2024