How do I enable a Cloud CDN for an already existing backened service?

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Oct 10 in GCP by anonymous
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To enable Cloud CDN for an existing backend service or backend bucket:

For a backend service:

gcloud compute backend-services update [BACKEND_SERVICE_NAME] \ --enable-cdn

For a backend bucket:

gcloud compute backend-buckets update [BACKEND_BUCKET_NAME] \ --enable-cdn
answered Oct 10 by Sirajul
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