OSI reference model illustrates a layered architecture, at every layer specific actions, functions, and services take place. In this model, layers 5-7 are considered as the upper layers, and they deal with application-level of data, and lower layers 1-4 mostly with moving data around. The networks function on one elementary norm: 'pass it on.' Each layer is responsible for a particular task and then pushes the data into the subsequent layer. There are many methods frequently used to upsurge server availability or for distributing the load among a group of servers. To improve web server performance, we propose a high performance and secure technique of multilayer Split-protocol (MLSP) for a web application. This work continues improvement of our previous work. In this paper, we demonstrate new contribution as a multilayer splitting concept in an Internet setting and offer performance outcomes that highlight several exciting features of MLSP.