In this article, we are explaining where to find the Origin pull policies and how to enable the feature for the origin pull. These policies will help how the sites interact with the CDN by changing headers to how you origin redirects behave.
The X-Forwarded-For header policy allows you to override the name of the X-Forwarded-For header the CDN sends to your origin.
Basic Authorization X-Forwarded-For (xForwardedForAuth)
This is the name of the X-Forwarded-For header you want the CDN to use when making requests to your basic authorization server.
Origin Server X-Forwarded-For (xForwardedForOrigin)
This is the name of the X-Forwarded-For header you want the CDN to use when making requests to your origin server.
Compressed Origin Pull (Gzip Origin Pull)
The compressed origin pull policy allows you to enable the CDN caching servers to request compressed assets from your origin. By enabling this policy, the CDN caching servers send your origin the HTTP Accept-Encoding header with the gzip code (Accept-Encoding: gzip).
Enabled Compressed Origin Pull (enabled)
This enables support for compressed origin pull.
Origin Pull Settings (origin Pull)
The origin pull settings policy contains a list of settings that control the behavior of origin pull requests
Origin Redirect Behavior (redirect Action)
This value specifies how the CDN handles redirect response codes from your origin. The "follow" behavior instructs the CDN to follow redirect requests from your origin instead of caching the response. The "proxy" behavior instructs the CDN to cache and proxy redirect responses from your origin instead of following them. NOTE: The CDN will follow up to 5 redirect responses from your origin.