- When HTTPS secure acceleration is enabled for your CDN domain, you can customize the settings to forcibly redirect users’ requests.
- For example, when Force HTTPS Redirect is enabled and the user initiates an HTTP request, the server returns a 302 redirect response. The original HTTP request is then forcibly redirected to an HTTPS request, as shown in the following figure:
Force Redirect is disabled by default. If it is enabled, both HTTP and HTTPS requests are supported by default.
Options: Default, force HTTPS redirect, and force HTTP redirect.
- Force HTTPS redirect: Redirects all user requests to HTTPS.
- Force HTTP redirect: Redirects all user requests to HTTP.
|You can configure force redirect only when HTTPS secure acceleration is enabled. Both HTTP and HTTPS requests are supported.|
- Go to the Domain Names page, select the target domain name, and click Configure.
and configure the settings.