How to use CoralCDN to help reduce bandwidth usage / server resources

If you have noticed since several weeks ago (if i recall it correctly because i completely forgot since when i enabled this although it’s not really that far lol) when you visited this domain name, sometimes you’ll see .nyud.net request appended on reaper-x.com (like images.reaper-x.com.nyud.net) and if you’re wondering on why there are several request made to that nyud.net domain? then here in this post i’m going to explain it

So basically .nyud.net is a domain name used by CoralCDN (a free Content Delivery Network) that allows you (as a website owner) to utilize their CDN Service to serve your content directly from their servers. And in most case, usually CoralCDN is used by many site owners when their website that is hosted on small server / shared hosting got linked from many popular website such as Digg, Slashdot, Reddit, etc. to help them survive the effect (Check this wikipedia page for more info) … although it can be used for any other purpose as well … like for example if you host your site from your own computer that doesn’t have enough bandwidth to supply all your site visitors, or just simply want to reduce the load on your server, or perhaps just to save bandwidth :D

And so without further ado, here’s on how to use CoralCDN as your personal site saver :)

Note: This is tested on Apache Web Server 2.2, and also make sure to enable mod_rewrite and mod_headers before continuing with this process