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.
No. Updating the HTTPS certificate of your origin server does not affect the one configured on CDN. You only need to update the HTTPS certificate on CDN when it is or about to be expired.
Yes. After successfully configuring an HTTPS certificate, you can use the Forced Redirection feature. HTTP requests from users will be forcibly redirected to HTTPS requests.
For HTTPS access, please configure it as instructed: