[Red5] RTMPT/HTTP Same Port 80
mondain at gmail.com
Mon Dec 15 21:11:43 PST 2008
RTMPT is handled via a servlet, if you want to use it on port 80 simply add
it to your webapplications web.xml file. You cannot have the HTTP and RTMPT
"services" on the same port (80 in your example).
On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 7:21 PM, ddprasad <ddprasad at gmail.com> wrote:
> HOW COME Simple BallDemo came here to this query???
> ddprasad wrote:
> > For quite a few days I have been working with Red5 Server. Congrats to
> > developers.
> > However I have a doubt, I faced this problem few hours ago.
> > red5.properties file (windows)
> > # HTTP
> > http.host=0.0.0.0
> > http.port=80 // Check This
> > https.port=443
> > .......
> > # RTMPT
> > rtmpt.host=0.0.0.0
> > rtmpt.port=80 // Check This
> > rtmpt.ping_interval=5000
> > rtmpt.max_inactivity=60000
> > And it works fine on windows (jetty & http server works okay, also on
> > internet)
> > However on linux (jetty starts, http server doesnt start)
> > CAN ANY PERSON COME FORWARD AND HELP WHAT IS WRONG.
> > Thanx
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