With this behavior enabled, edge servers can overwrite the response code sent by the origin with a custom one you select.
You may wish to change your response code the origin sends to the client. For example, if your origin is redirecting a client to a permanent location with a 301 status code, you can send the client to a temporary location with a 302 status code.
|Field||What it does|
|Status Code||Select an HTTP Status Code to replace your existing status code.|
|206 Override||With Status Code set to 200, enable 206 Override to allow the 206 OK status to take precedence.|
Note: Using the 206 override allows the 206 response to be overwritten. This isn't recommended as the 206 status code is specific to byte-range responses. Confirm that this setting is applied only to the responses you want to overwrite with a 200 OK status code. For more information on this interaction, please contact your Akamai representative.
Updated about 1 year ago