How to configure or enable or setup HTTP2 with Apache in Ubuntu. HTTP2 is a protocol developed to reduce latency minimize protocol overhead and many more efficient features compared to HTTP1.
In this guide you are going to learn how to enable HTTP2 with Apache. This setup is tested on a Google cloud compute engine instance with Ubuntu 20.20 OS and Apache 2.4.41.
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Make sure you have the above 2 requirements in place to have HTTP2 working.
Check Apache version using this command.
In Ubuntu 20.04 you will get an output similar to the one below.
You can enable HTTP2 module using the a2enmod command.
Configure Apache virtual host to use HTTP2.
Edit your HTTP virtual host config and the Protocol directive.
Repace ssl.conf with the file name of yours.
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