- When HTTPS Secure Acceleration is enabled for a CDN domain, it supports custom settings to perform force redirects on users' original request methods.
- For example, when force HTTPS redirect is enabled and a user initiates an HTTP request, the server returns a 302 redirect response and the original HTTP request is forcibly redirected to an HTTPS request, as shown in the following figure.
- Enabling HTTPS Secure Acceleration is required.
- Both HTTP and HTTPS requests are supported by default.
- Force Redirect is an optional configuration and supports both HTTP and HTTPS requests by default.
- Options: default, force HTTPS redirect, and force HTTP redirect.
- Force HTTPS redirect: User requests are forcibly redirected to HTTPS requests.
- Force HTTP redirect: User requests are forcibly redirected to HTTP requests.
- Change configuration:
CDN domain management page—>Choose a domain to enter the configuration page—>HTTPS settings—>Force redirect—>Modify configuration. You can specify the force redirect type at the lower part of the settings page.