Some things just aren't possible
The HTTP/2 Server has a few limitations that you should be aware of.
It's easy to tout all the benefits and features of the Read Write Tools' HTTP/2 Server, but com'on, it's not sliced bread 1
Here's a list of common well-known limitations:
http: is not supported. All hosts must have legitimate SSL certificates.
https: does not not support the now obsolete SSL protocol, or unsafe versions of TLS 1.0 and 1.1. Only TLS 1.2 is supported. (TLS 1.3 is slated for later).
- The HTTP
upgrade header and
101 Switching Protocols response code are not supported. Use HTTPS instead.
- The HTTP
CONNECT method for tunneling to an origin server is not supported. (This is usually referred to as a proxy server.)
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