CDN Permissions

The list below includes the permissions related to CDN: 

 

CDN Locations

OnApp administrators can control users' ability to manage CDN locations through the Control Panel's Roles menu. You can set the following CDN locations permissions for user roles:

  • Any action on CDN Locations - the user can take any action on CDN locations
  • See all CDN Locations - the user can see details of all CDN locations
  • Update any CDN Locations - the user can edit any CDN locations

CDN Reports

OnApp administrators can control users' ability to manage CDN reports through the Control Panel's Roles menu. You can set the following CDN reports permissions for user roles:

  • Any action on Reports - the user can take any action on CDN reports
  • See Admin Report - the user can see Admin Report
  • See Stream Bandwidth Report - the user can see Stream Bandwidth Report
  • See Overview Report - the user can see Overview Report
  • See Cache Statistics Report - the user can view Cache Statistics Report
  • See Top Files Report - the user can view Top Files Report
  • See Top Referrers Report - the user can view Top Referrers Report
  • See Status Codes Report - the user can view Status Codes Report
  • See Visitors Report - the user can see Visitors Report

For details, refer to the CDN Reporting section.

CDN Resources

OnApp administrators can control users' ability to manage CDN resources through the Control Panel's Roles menu. You can set the following CDN resources permissions for user roles:

  • Any action on CDN resources - the user can take any action on CDN resources
  • Create a new CDN resource - the user can create a new CDN resource
  • Destroy any CDN resource - the user can delete a CDN resource
  • Destroy own CDN resources - the user can only delete their own CDN resources
  • See all CDN resources - the user can see all CDN resources
  • See own CDN resources - the user can only see their own CDN resources
  • Update any CDN resource - the user can edit any CDN resource
  • Update own CDN resources - the user can only edit their own CDN resources

For details, refer to the CDN Resources section.

CDN SSL Certificates

  • Any action on CDN SSL Certificates - the user can take any action on CDN SSL certificates
  • Create a new CDN SSL Certificates - the user can create a new CDN SSL certificate
  • Destroy any CDN SSL Certificates - the user can delete any CDN SSL certificate
  • Destroy own CDN SSL Certificate - the user can only delete their own CDN SSL certificates
  • See all CDN SSL Certificates - the user can see all CDN SSL certificates. If this permission is disabled, the user cannot create SSL certificates.
  • See own CDN SSL Certificates - the user can only see their own CDN SSL certificates
  • Update any CDN SSL Certificates - the user can edit any CDN SSL certificate
  • Update own CDN SSL Certificates - the user can only edit their own CDN SSL certificates

For details, refer to the CDN SSL Certificates section.

CDN Usage Statistics

OnApp administrators can control users' ability to manage CDN usage statistics through the Control Panel's Roles menu. You can set the following CDN usage statistics permissions for user roles:

  • See details of CDN usage statistics - the user can see CDN usage statistics details
  • User can see CDN usage statistics - the user can see CDN usage statistics
  • User can see own CDN usage statistics - the user can only see own CDN usage statistics

For details, refer to the CDN Usage Statistics section.

DNS Zones

OnApp administrators can control users' ability to manage DNS zones through the Control Panel's Roles menu. You can set the following DNS zone permissions for user roles:

  • Any action on DNS zone - the user can take any action on DNS zone
  • Create a new DNS zone - the user can create a new DNS zone
  • Destroy any DNS zone - the user can delete a DNS zone
  • Destroy own DNS zone - the user can only delete their own DNS zones
  • See all DNS zones - the user can see all DNS zones
  • See own DNS zones - the user can only see their own DNS zones
  • DNS Setup - the user can set up DNS

For details, refer to the DNS section.

DNS Zone's Records

OnApp administrators can control users' ability to manage DNS zone's records through the Control Panel's Roles menu. You can set the following DNS zone's record permissions for user roles:

  • Any action on DNS Zone's Records - the user can take any action on DNS zone's records

  • Create a new DNS Zone's Records - the user can create a new DNS zone's record

  • Delete any DNS Zone's Record - the user can delete any DNS zone's record

  • Delete own DNS Zone's Records - the user can delete own DNS zone's records

  • See all DNS Zone's Records - the user can see all DNS zone's records

  • See own DNS Zone's Records - the user can see own DNS zone's records

  • Update any DNS Zone's Record - the user can update any DNS zone's records

  • Update own DNS Zone's Records - the user can update own DNS zone's records

For details, refer to the DNS section.

Edge groups

OnApp administrators can control users' ability to manage edge groups through the Control Panel's Roles menu. You can set the following edge groups permissions for user roles:

  • Any action on edge groups - the user can take any action on edge groups
  • Create a new edge group - the user can create a new edge group
  • Destroy any edge group - the user can delete any edge group
  • See all edge groups - the user can see all edge groups
  • See list of available Edge Group Locations - allows users to see the list of all available locations which can be assigned to the edge group
  • Read price for all Edge Group Locations - with this permission users will see the price for using the location. Without this permission, users won’t see the price column at all neither for assigned location nor for available
  • Update any edge group - the user can edit any edge group

For details, refer to the Create CDN Edge Group section.

Edge servers

OnApp administrators can control users' ability to manage edge servers through the Control Panel's Roles menu. You can set the following edge server permissions for user roles:

  • Any action on Edge Server - the user can take any actions on edge servers
  • Change an owner of any Edge Server - the user can change the owner of any edge server
  • Create a new Edge Server - the user can create a new edge server
  • Destroy any Edge Server - the user can destroy any edge server
  • Destroy own Edge Servers - the user can destroy own edge servers
  • Migrate any Edge Server - the user can migrate any edge server
  • Migrate own Edge Servers - the user can migrate own edge servers
  • Any power action on Edge Servers- the user can take any power-related action on edge server
  • Any power action on own Edge Servers - the user can take any power-related action on own edge servers
  • See all Edge Servers - the user can see all edge servers
  • See own Edge Servers - the user can see own edge servers
  • Read VIP status - the user can read VIP status of edge servers
  • Rebuild Network on any Edge Server - the user can rebuild network on any edge server
  • Rebuild Network on own Edge Servers - the user can only rebuild network on own edge servers
  • Set VIP status - the user can set/delete VIP status for edge servers
  • Change Suspended status for Edge Server - the user can change Suspended status for any edge server
  • Unlock any Edge Server - the user can unlock any edge server
  • Update any Edge Server - the user can update any edge server
  • Update own Edge Servers - the user can update own edge servers

For details, refer to the CDN Edge Servers section.

HTTP Caching Rules

OnApp Administrators can control user's ability to manage HTTP Caching rules for CDN. You can set the following permission:

  • See http caching rules for cdn resources  - the user can set HTTP caching rules for the resources.

For details, refer to the HTTP Caching Rules section.

Storage Servers

  • Any action on Storage Server - the user can take any actions on storage servers
  • Change an owner of any Storage Server - the user can change the owner of any storage server
  • Create a new Storage Server - the user can create a new storage server
  • Destroy any Storage Server - the user can delete any storage server
  • Destroy own Storage Servers - the user can delete own storage servers
  • Migrate any Storage Server - the user can migrate any storage server
  • Migrate own Storage Servers - the user can migrate own storage servers
  • Any power action on Storage Servers - the user can migrate own storage servers
  • Any power action on own Storage Servers - the user can take any power-related action on own storage servers
  • See all Storage Servers - the user can see all storage servers
  • See own Storage Servers - the user can see own storage servers
  • Read VIP status - the user can read VIP status of storage servers
  • Rebuild Network on any Storage Server - the user can rebuild network on any storage server
  • Rebuild Network on own Storage Servers - the user can only rebuild network on own storage servers
  • Set VIP status - the user can set/delete VIP status for storage servers
  • Change Suspended status for Storage Server - the user can change Suspended status for any storage server
  • Unlock any Storage Server - the user can unlock any storage server
  • Update any Storage Server - the user can update any storage server
  • Update own Storage Servers - the user can update own storage servers

For details, refer to the CDN Storage Servers section.

Default Permissions for Admin Role

The list below includes the set of default CDN permissions for the Admin role.

CDN Locations

  • Any action on CDN Locations - the user can take any action on CDN locations

CDN Reports

  • Any action on CDN reports - the user can take any action on CDN reports

CDN Resources

  • Any action on CDN resources - the user can take any action on CDN resources

CDN SSL Certificates

  • Any action on CDN SSL Certificates - the user can take any action on CDN SSL certificates

CDN Usage Statistics

  • See details of CDN usage statistics - the user can see CDN usage statistics details

DNS Zones

  • Any action on DNS zone - the user can take any action on DNS zone

DNS Zone's Records

  • Any action on DNS Zone's Records - the user can take any action on DNS zone's records

Default Permissions for User Role

The list below includes the set of default CDN permissions for the User role.

CDN reports

  • Any action on Reports - the user can take any action on CDN reports
  • See Overview Report - the user can see Overview Report
  • See Cache Statistics Report - the user can view Cache Statistics Report
  • See Top Files Report - the user can view Top Files Report
  • See Top Referrers Report - the user can view Top Referrers Report
  • See Status Codes Report - the user can view Status Codes Report
  • See Visitors Report - the user can see Visitors Report
  • See Stream Bandwidth Report - the user can see Stream Bandwidth Report

CDN Resources

  • Create a new CDN resource - the user can create a new CDN resource
  • Destroy own CDN resources - the user can only delete their own CDN resources
  • See own CDN resources - the user can only see their own CDN resources
  • Update own CDN resources - the user can only edit their own CDN resources

CDN SSL Certificates

  •  Create a new CDN SSL Certificate - the user can create new CDN SSL certificates
  • Destroy own CDN SSL Certificate - the user can only delete their own CDN SSL certificates
  • See own CDN SSL Certificates - the user can only see their own CDN SSL certificates
  • Update own CDN SSL Certificates - the user can only edit their own CDN SSL certificates

CDN Usage Statistics

  • User can see own CDN usage statistics - the user can only see own CDN usage statistics

DNS Zones

  • Create a new DNS zone - the user can create a new DNS zone
  • Destroy own DNS zone - the user can only delete their own DNS zones
  • See own DNS zones - the user can only see their own DNS zones

DNS Zone's Records

  • Create a new DNS Zone's Records - the user can create a new DNS zone's record
  • Delete own DNS Zone's Records - the user can delete own DNS zone's records
  • See own DNS Zone's Records - the user can see own DNS zone's records
  • Update own DNS Zone's Records - the user can update own DNS zone's records