The growth of internet has shown the limitation TCP/IP architecture and has enforced the practitioners to invent a new architecture that are more capable to support large scale implementation of content based distribution. Today, Named Data Networking (NDN) has become a breakthrough alternative solution and a potential choice for next generation internet architecture. In this paper, we perform investigation to which extend existing forwarding strategies capable to support context information networking and increase service quality. We test this scenario to handle various types of user applications such as VoIP, multimedia streaming, and widely used application data delivery protocols, with specific requests (contexts), then find out which parts of the app prerequisites are consistent with the current strategy. We used NS3 with ndnSIM 2.0 to simulate and evaluate. This research mainly focused on the implementation of HTTP protocol alongside with the NDN. The experiment results show that Stochastic Adaptive Forwarding strategy provides excellent performance in different experiment scenarios.