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    Maybe I'm missing some documentation here... is there any way to inspect requests for HTTP streams when using HTTP origin? I don't see the onHTTPSessionCreate method being fired off (seems to make sense, since there is only one session in this case), but is there somewhere else I can find references to request headers or request IP addresses and accept/reject before the content is served?


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    Hi Jay,
    Communication with the Wowza Media Server HTTP caching origin is sessionless (session-based communication doesn't work) so session-specific information isn't relevant and, therefore, isn't available.

    You can find out more about this here:
    How to configure Wowza Media Server as an HTTP caching origin


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    Thanks Salvadore.

    I'm actually fine with not having reference to a session, I was just hoping to limit access (via request header or IP address).


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