Use the Zone Settings tab to configure the global settings that will apply to all content that is being served by your CDN zone.
Cross-origin resource sharing needs to be enabled for certain content types (for example web fonts) to be served by PUSHR. This setting is enabled by default. Learn more about CORS at Wikipedia.
Canonical headers can be enabled to instruct search engines that the content served from your CDN zone is actually a copy of the content of your website. This will prevent penalties and duplicate content errors with some search engines .
When enabled, Gzip compression is applied to suitable types of content to minimize the traffic used by your visitors and to accelerate the speed at which the content is being transferred.
CDN data cap
Setting a data cap will cause your CDN zone to stop serving traffic when the set limit is reached to protect your account from unexpected billing charges.