Updated on 2024-04-25 GMT+08:00


HTTPS ensures secure transmission through encryption and identity authentication. It is widely used in security-sensitive communications on the World Wide Web, such as online payment.

The following table describes the HTTPS settings:



HTTPS Certificates

You can add a certificate for HTTPS acceleration.

TLS Versions

You can enable or disable TLS versions as required.

HTTPS Certificate Requirements

Describes the combination and upload sequence of certificates issued by different authorities

HTTPS Certificate Format Conversion

You can convert certificates in other formats to the PEM format that CDN supports.

OCSP Stapling

You can allow CDN to cache the status of online certificates in advance and return the status to browsers. Browsers do not need to query the status from certificate authorities (CAs), accelerating the verification.

Force Redirect

You can force redirect to HTTP or HTTPS.


You can configure HSTS to force clients (such as browsers) to use HTTPS to access your server, improving access security.


Describes the background and advantages of HTTP/2.


You can configure the QUIC protocol to improve transmission security, reduce transmission and connection latency, and prevent network congestion.