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Enable HTTP 2 on cPanel using Centos 6.x or Centos 7.x

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by , 07-01-2017 at 08:43 AM (663 Views)
Speed is the key when you want your web visitors continue browsing your site and read your site information in order to convert any visitor to a potential client.

Here we are going to help you install http 2 protocol on your cPanel/WHM server in order to achieve better performance for your website(s).

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Enable http 2 is not as difficult as it might sound and most of the time you will be able to achieve this without any help from our friendly support admins, which by the way are always there if you want them to assist you.

If your server is already on EasyApache 4 then with just a few simple commands you will be able to enable http 2.

Step 1:
From terminal you need to issue the following commands
Code:
# yum install ea4-experimental
# yum install ea-apache24-mod_http2
Step 2:
Connect to cPanel/WHM and search for "Apache Configuration" then "Include Editor"
Add the following code to all there different .conf files you will find there.
Code:
 < IfModule http2_module>
        LogLevel http2:info
        Protocols h2 h2c http/1.1
    < /IfModule>
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Once you press "Update" you will be prompted to restart apache, after that your site(s) will support HTTP 2

Don't forget that you can always ask our friendly support for help.

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Updated 07-01-2017 at 09:31 AM by GOZEN

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