HTTP/2 is the second major revision of the HTTP protocol developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force. By enabling HTTP/2 on MaxCDN you can take advantage of binary framing, multiplexing, and header compression. These features are designed to help you deliver content faster, more efficiently, and more securely. This tutorial will explain the process of enabling HTTP/2 on a MaxCDN zone.
To establish an HTTP/2 connection, popular browsers require you to deliver content via HTTPS. If you don’t have an SSL solution active on your zone, you’ll have to get one. We have free and paid SSL solutions available.
To enable HTTP/2 on your MaxCDN zone, follow these steps:
Log in to your MaxCDN Control Panel:
- Select Zones:
Select View Pull Zones or View Push Zones:
If you have any questions about enabling HTTP/2 on your zone, please feel free to reach out to support. Live chat and ticket support are available 24/7.