A website or page is returning a content encoding error.
This issue is typically caused by the origin content server (OCS) presenting a content encoding header of one type, but then encoding the data differently.
Workaround: Remove the
Accept-Encoding header from outbound responses. The OCS administrator should also be made aware that they are delivering incorrect data.
The following are three ways to work around the issue:
Method 1 - Modify the Accept-Encoding header via policy.
This will have the affect of removing/suppressing the client/browser's request header Accept-Encoding.
Method 2 - Bypass cache for this site.
1. Add a new rule at the top of the web access layer.
2. Install policy
This will have the affect of removing/supressing the client/browser's request header Accept-Encoding.
Method 3 - Use a bypass cache CPL.
Install the following CPL: