I’ve got http/2 configured (default ee settings that come with SSL). I’m on the latest version of Chrome, and I noticed my pages are served with http 1.1 – I also tried the very new Firefox Quantum, and I get the same result there. Using an online tool like GT Metrix or the HTTP2 Tester from KeyCDN, I can see those tools are being served with http/2. How come my browser requests the website using 1.1? Chrome://flags no longer has an option to manually enable 2, so I’m guessing the browser is now supposed to use it by default when it’s available. It’s also odd that the new FF Quantum isn’t using it, when the whole purpose of its release was the major speed bump.
Is there anything else I need to do on the server?
Edit: So it’s not just my website/server. The KeyCDN tester has a list of websites that have been tested, so I clicked on a few that have http/2 supported, but in my browser the websites are being served via http 1.1 – Oh well I guess nothing for me to do but wait for browsers to start using 2?