rlm_rest and HTTP/2

brent s. bts at square-r00t.net
Tue Jul 30 11:24:39 CEST 2019

On 7/30/19 4:45 AM, Hoggins! wrote:
> Hello there,

> (SNIP)

> ... which seem to indicate that some connection upgrade is being
> performed (like for a websocket?), and one might think that rlm_rest
> does not like it very much.
> Are these assumptions correct?



Specifically worth noting,

It's *supposed* to be fully backwards-compatible with HTTP/1.1 if a
client doesn't support HTTP/2. It sounds like when you're enabling
HTTP/2 in your webserver, it's *forcing* http/2. IIRC, however, HTTP/2
support is *announced* by the client, and THEN the server should upgrade
to HTTP/2 (if supported).

brent saner
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