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Type: INNR in session id detail.

L3 Networker

Hi team,

 

What does INNR represents in type when looking at the session ID details.

I know that this happens at child session, when parent session ID belongs to the HTTP/2 ID.

If you guys have any idea about what INNR represents, let me know.

 

 

 

 

Thanks & Regards,
Sahithyan S
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L0 Member

Hey Did you ever find out what this means we are also seeing this?

 

Session         3019303

 

        c2s flow:
                source:      10.96.124.26 [Internal]
                dst:         172.67.25.250
                proto:       6
                sport:       61092           dport:      443
                state:       ACTIVE          type:       INNR
                src user:    ad\scott713
                dst user:    unknown

 

        s2c flow:
                source:      172.67.25.250 [External]
                dst:         
                proto:       6
                sport:       443             dport:      41429
                state:       ACTIVE          type:       INNR
                src user:    unknown
                dst user:   

 

        Slot                                 : 1
        DP                                   : 0
        index(local):                        : 3019303
        start time                           : Thu Dec  7 09:57:51 2023
        timeout                              : 3600 sec
        time to live                         : 3600 sec
        total byte count(c2s)                : 5148
        total byte count(s2c)                : 91100538
        layer7 packet count(c2s)             : 31
        layer7 packet count(s2c)             : 10953
        vsys                                 : vsys1
        application                          : web-browsing
        rule                                 : sec-shared-www-allow-all-infosys-any-1
        service timeout override(index)      : False
        session to be logged at end          : True
        session in session ager              : False
        session updated by HA peer           : False
        http/2 stream                        : True
        address/port translation             : source
        nat-rule                             : (vsys1)
        layer7 processing                    : enabled
        ctd version                          : 5
        URL filtering enabled                : True
        URL category                         : computer-and-internet-info, low-risk
        parent session                       : 1289778
        refresh parent session               : True
        session via syn-cookies              : False
        session terminated on host           : False
        session traverses tunnel             : False
        session terminate tunnel             : False
        captive portal session               : False
        ingress interface                    : ethernet1/13
        egress interface                     : ethernet1/14
        session QoS rule                     : N/A (class 4)
        end-reason                           : unknown
        HTTP/2 Stream Info:

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