You can now create application profiles that support HTTP2. To do so, you must first create an HTTP2 Profile, then use that profile when creating a new application profile.
To configure HTTP2 profiles:
- Go to Server Load Balance > Application Resources. Click the HTTP2 Profile tab.
- Click Create New to display the configuration editor.
- Complete the configuration as described in HTTP2 profile configuration guidelines.
- Save the configuration.
|Profile Configuration Guidelines
Specify a unique name for the HTTP2 profile.
Set to Best Effort. Not configurable.
|Set to Upgradeable. Not configurable.
|Max Concurrent Stream
|Specify the maximum number of concurrent streams available at one time. The default number is 5.
|Max Receive Window
|Specify the maximum number of bytes that can be received without sending an acknowledgment response. The default is 65535 bytes.
|Max Frame Size
|Specify the max size of the data frames, in bytes that the HTTP2 protocol sends to the client. Setting a large frame size improves network utilization, but it can also affect concurrency. The default is 16384 bytes.
|Header Table Size
|Specify the size of the header table, in KB. A larger table size allows for better HTTP header compression, but it requires more memory. The default is 4096.
|Header List Limitation
|Specify the size of the name value length , in bytes, that the HTTP2 protocol sends in a single header frame. The default is 65536.
Enable or disable SSL constraint. If enabled, the following conditions must be met: