Type: INNR in session id detail.


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Type: INNR in session id detail.

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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