[Red5] Red 5 behind a firewall
sean_new at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 5 13:12:51 PST 2007
Thanks Walter, yeah that's what I figured. We got it up and running now. Thanks.
> From: walter at waltertak.com
> To: red5 at osflash.org
> Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2007 21:39:24 +0100
> Subject: Re: [Red5] Red 5 behind a firewall
> >Hi Lenny,
> > We're using the standalone version of Red5. Users outside of campus
> > won't be able to see the index.html as we've blocked that from outside
> > access. Does port 5080 need to >be opened up as well for users outside to
> > view streams from Red5?
> No, port 5080 is just the internal webserver which is an option, an extra
> just to make things easy for junior developers ;
> in the real world you would like to have Apache as a webserver (on a normal
> port like 80) or
> no webserver at all since you want all cpu-power you have for Red5.
> All Red5-related things are going through port 1935.
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