HTTPS refers to Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure, a security protocol that encrypts and transfers data based on the HTTP protocol to ensure the security of data transfer. When configuring HTTPS, you need to provide a certificate for the domain name and deploy it on all CDN nodes to implement encrypted data transfer across the entire network.
Yes. Tencent Cloud CDN fully supports HTTPS configuration. You can either upload your own certificate for deployment or go to the SSL Certificate Service Console to apply for a free third-party certificate provided by TrustAsia.
You can configure a HTTPS certificate on the CDN Console. For more information, please see HTTPS Acceleration Configuration Guide.
This depends on your origin-pull method.
HTTP forwarding: they do not need to be synced.
HTTPS forwarding: when the certificate on the origin server is updated, the certificates on the CDN nodes need to be updated synchronously. The certificate between the client and the node must be identical to the one between the node and the origin server. Otherwise, origin-pull will fail.
Yes. You can use the forced HTTPS redirection feature. After the certificate is configured successfully, the "Forced Redirect to HTTPS" switch will appear. When it is enabled, even if a user initiates a HTTP request, the request will be redirected to a HTTPS request for access.
You need to upload the website's HTTPS certificate to CDN using the following steps: