Click Save, and then restart the application to apply the changes.
Use a text editor to open the [install-dir]/conf/[application]/Application.xml file for your HTTP origin application and add the following property to the <LiveStreamPacketizer>/<Properties> container. Be sure to add the property to the correct <Properties> container in Application.xml as there are several such containers in the file.
Restart the Wowza media server software to apply the changes.
]Note: If you want to use Wowza nDVR as an HTTP caching origin, you must also add this property to the Root/Application/DVR path (<DVR>/Properties container) to your live application that has Wowza nDVR enabled.
That's the Session Id (w722651843) which is unique to each client. You can remove the Session Id by using a
HTTP origin application but this will have other effects such as stopping the use of session based communication and logging connection counts which are outlined in the article for HTTP origin applications. If you're using Wowza Streaming Engine as an origin and Wowza Streaming Engine as the edge, then it's not required to remove the Session Id. Removing the Session Id is for when you're not using Wowza Streaming Engine as the edge(s) and so you're wanting to cache the HTTP chunks.