[Red5] Edge/Origin clustering questions
Guillaume at lya.fr
Tue Dec 4 23:56:56 PST 2007
Walter and Dan have replied to my first question, but if you have time
to answer to the others questions, this will be really appreciate :-)
Thanks a lots !
Le lundi 03 décembre 2007 à 13:01 +0100, Guillaume Lecanu a écrit :
> I have read the design explained here :
> and I have some questions when you'll be less busy ;-)
> 1) Load-Balancing
> Currently, if I understand correctly, there is no load-balancing
> system integrated in Red5 to choose the best edge to connect to.
> Is it planned to do it or is the final developer need to do this
> part ?
> 2) Fail-Over
> A user "U1" publishing his camera on Edge "E1", and another user "U2"
> playing it on a edge "E2".
> If red5 on E1 crash, the FP client will reconnect U1 to another Edge
> (eg: "E3"), and republish his webcam.
> But do we need to reconnect or replay the stream from the "U2" FP
> client ?
> My tests seems to show we need to re-play it on "U2", but this will be
> a great feature if this not affect U2.
> 3) Security
> There is some security planned to authorise only some IP for Origin
> and some IP for Edges ?
> If not this is surely possible with tools on the OS, but it's may be
> better to have an option to prevent
> external red5 to trying to connect on non-authorised cluster.
> 4) Performances
> In the case of a camera chat, so only with "dynamic" streams.
> a) Do we need a stronger server on Origin or on Edges ?
> b) Do we need a better bandwidth on Origin or on Edges ?
> c) In the same example of 2), where the stream is published on E1 and
> played from E2,
> is the stream go through the Origin server or is it directly forwarded
> from E1 to E2 ?
> Thanks you in advance,
> Best Regards,
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