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By the way, I have written an HTTP / HTTPS Response Header Viewer at the link below which you can use to test what headers your website is sending which may be of use to you;https://network-tools.webwiz.net/http-response-header-viewer.htm You can use this to see if your website is sending the alt-sv...
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I have not tried the EnableAltSvc in the registry method so not sure what headers this would send to the browser.Documentation from Mozilla and others I found indicated you need to send the following header which is working for me; alt-svc: h3=":443";
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I will test again, but it think the docs state that there are two methods: EnableAltSvc in registry does not seem enough? Or did I misread/misinterpret what is written?
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I have enabled HTTP3/QUIC on a number of Windows Server 2022 web servers, below are my notes from OneNote on how to enable it.Please note though that I have seen non-pooled memory leaks caused by the QUIC driver, which uses up all available memory and requires a server reboot to free up memory resou...
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Are you sending an alt-svc: h3=":443"; response header to the web browser to say the website will work with HTTP3? I find you need to send this header or Chrome and Firefox will fail by default use HTTP2.I also find that Chrome can be picky if you have already visited the website to change to HTTP3 ...
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