[Red5] how to make RTMP listen on 2 ports?
walter at waltertak.com
Sun Apr 27 16:47:30 PDT 2008
You could add some iptables redirection of 443 to 1935.
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp -i eth0 -d $external_ip \
--dport 443 --sport 1024:65535 -j DNAT --to $external_ip:1935
Red5 would still be listening to 1935 but your server would listen on 2
ports. Or even more if you'd like.
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From: "vitalyk" <vitalyk at gmail.com>
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Sent: Sunday, 27 April 2008 20:58
Subject: Re: [Red5] how to make RTMP listen on 2 ports?
> Mondain wrote:
>> There is no reason to setup RTMP on an additional port
> There is a reason. Some firewalls block port 1935 and old flash clients
> NOT try to connect with RTMPT.
> read http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=tn_16631
> old clients try to connect 3 times: 1935, 443, 80 (all RTMP! no RTMPT)
> new clients try to connect 2 times: 1935 RTMP and 80 RTMPT
> so if i only have 1935 RTMP and 80 RTMPT I will loose old clients with
> closed port 1935.
> Right now I have RTMP on 1935 and RTMPT on 80. and I'm looking into adding
> RTMP on 443.
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