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Feature request: Testing webservers against G-QUIC v39

Question asked by henrocknet on Jan 17, 2018

Since the protocol, originally designed by google, exists for about roughly 5 years, and a quic workgroup was founded, and there is no real testing site for QUIC, yet, I think SSLLABS should be testing webserver against QUIC availability, preferably v39 of gQUIC, because that's currently the only version that most google servers use and will use in the near future, as well as webserver implementations like Caddy and LiteSpeed are using in their current stable versions and browsers like chrome and opera can understand at the moment.

 

 

Example implementations of server/client are for example quic-go or proto-quic of google.

 

Sporadically, I've created a minimalistic, simple QUIC protocol version query app @ https://www.henrock.net/quic.

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