Azure CDN from Verizon Premium rules engine features
This article lists detailed descriptions of the available features for Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) Rules Engine.
The third part of a rule is the feature. A feature defines the type of action that is applied to the request type that is identified by a set of match conditions.
Azure CDN from Verizon Premium rules engine features reference
The available types of features are:
These features are designed to control access to content.
|Deny Access (403)||Determines whether all requests are rejected with a 403 Forbidden response.|
|Token Auth||Determines whether Token-Based Authentication will be applied to a request.|
|Token Auth Denial Code||Determines the type of response that will be returned to a user when a request is denied due to Token-Based Authentication.|
|Token Auth Ignore URL Case||Determines whether URL comparisons made by Token-Based Authentication will be case-sensitive.|
|Token Auth Parameter||Determines whether the Token-Based Authentication query string parameter should be renamed.|
These features are designed to customize when and how content is cached.
|Bandwidth Parameters||Determines whether bandwidth throttling parameters (i.e., ec_rate and ec_prebuf) will be active.|
|Bandwidth Throttling||Throttles the bandwidth for the response provided by our edge servers.|
|Bypass Cache||Determines whether the request can leverage our caching technology.|
|Cache-Control Header Treatment||Controls the generation of Cache-Control headers by the edge server when External Max-Age feature is active.|
|Cache-Key Query String||Determines whether the cache-key* will include or exclude query string parameters associated with a request.
* A relative path that uniquely identifies an asset for the purpose of caching. Our edge servers use this relative path when checking for cached content. By default, a cache-key will not contain query string parameters.
|Cache-Key Rewrite||Rewrites the cache-key associated with a request.|
|Complete Cache Fill||Determines what happens when a request results in a partial cache miss on an edge server.|
|Compress File Types||Defines the file formats that will be compressed on the server.|
|Default Internal Max-Age||Determines the default max-age interval for edge server to origin server cache revalidation.|
|Expires Header Treatment||Controls the generation of Expires headers by an edge server when the External Max-Age feature is active.|
|External Max-Age||Determines the max-age interval for browser to edge server cache revalidation.|
|Force Internal Max-Age||Determines the max-age interval for edge server to origin server cache revalidation.|
|H.264 Support (HTTP Progressive Download)||Determines the types of H.264 file formats that may be used to stream content.|
|H.264 Support Video Seek Params||Overrides the names assigned to parameters that control seeking through H.264 media when using HTTP Progressive Download.|
|Honor No-Cache Request||Determines whether an HTTP client's no-cache requests will be forwarded to the origin server.|
|Ignore Origin No-Cache||Determines whether our CDN will ignore certain directives served from an origin server.|
|Ignore Unsatisfiable Ranges||Determines the response that will be returned to clients when a request generates a 416 Requested Range Not Satisfiable status code.|
|Internal Max-Stale||Controls how long past the normal expiration time a cached asset may be served from an edge server when the edge server is unable to revalidate the cached asset with the origin server.|
|Partial Cache Sharing||Determines whether a request can generate partially cached content.|
|Prevalidate Cached Content||Determines whether cached content will be eligible for early revalidation before its TTL expires.|
|Refresh Zero-Byte Cache Files||Determines how an HTTP client's request for a 0-byte cache asset is handled by our edge servers.|
|Set Cacheable Status Codes||Defines the set of status codes that can result in cached content.|
|Stale Content Delivery on Error||Determines whether expired cached content will be delivered when an error occurs during cache revalidation or when retrieving the requested content from the customer origin server.|
|Stale While Revalidate||Improves performance by allowing our edge servers to serve stale client to the requester while revalidation takes place.|
The Comment feature allows a note to be added within a rule.
These features are designed to add, modify, or delete headers from the request or response.
|Age Response Header||Determines whether an Age response header will be included in the response sent to the requester.|
|Debug Cache Response Headers||Determines whether a response may include the X-EC-Debug response header which provides information on the cache policy for the requested asset.|
|Modify Client Request Header||Overwrites, appends, or deletes a header from a request.|
|Modify Client Response Header||Overwrites, appends, or deletes a header from a response.|
|Set Client IP Custom Header||Allows the IP address of the requesting client to be added to the request as a custom request header.|
These features are designed to customize the data stored in raw log files.
|Custom Log Field 1||Determines the format and the content that will be assigned to the custom log field in a raw log file.|
|Log Query String||Determines whether a query string will be stored along with the URL in access logs.|
These features determine whether a request will undergo the optimizations provided by Edge Optimizer.
|Edge Optimizer||Determines whether Edge Optimizer can be applied to a request.|
|Edge Optimizer – Instantiate Configuration||Instantiates or activates the Edge Optimizer configuration associated with a site.|
These features are designed to control how the CDN communicates with an origin server.
|Maximum Keep-Alive Requests||Defines the maximum number of requests for a Keep-Alive connection before it is closed.|
|Proxy Special Headers||Defines the set of CDN-specific request headers that will be forwarded from an edge server to an origin server.|
These features provide advanced functionality that should only be used by advanced users.
|Cacheable HTTP Methods||Determines the set of additional HTTP methods that can be cached on our network.|
|Cacheable Request Body Size||Defines the threshold for determining whether a POST response can be cached.|
|QUIC||Determines whether the client will be informed that our CDN service supports QUIC.|
|Streaming Optimization||Tunes your caching configuration to optimize performance for live streams and to reduce the load on the origin server.|
|User Variable||Assigns a value to a user-defined variable that is passed to your bespoke traffic processing solution.|
These features allow a request to be redirected or rewritten to a different URL.
|Follow Redirects||Determines whether requests can be redirected to the hostname defined in the Location header returned by a customer origin server.|
|URL Redirect||Redirects requests via the Location header.|
|URL Rewrite||Rewrites the request URL.|
Web Application Firewall
The Web Application Firewall feature determines whether a request will be screened by Web Application Firewall.
For the most recent features, see the Verizon Rules Engine documentation.
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