[Red5] Red5 Behind a Firewall
lrsorey at gmail.com
Fri Feb 22 04:27:41 PST 2008
Same here but with Tomcat serving up Red5.
Using Tomcat Connector to forward port 8080 to port 80
On 2/21/08, David Temes <dtemes at infoco.es> wrote:
> I have succesfully run red5 behind a firewall using DNAT, just forwarding
> rmtp (port 1935) to the internal server, and also using rtmpt through
> (apache listening on port 80 on the external ip and reverse proxying
> to port 5080 o the internal red5 server)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Arthur Peters" <amp at singingwizard.org>
> To: <red5 at osflash.org>
> Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2008 5:15 PM
> Subject: [Red5] Red5 Behind a Firewall
> > Hello there,
> > I am helping some people setup a Red5 server for live video stream. It
> > will be taking live video from a local source and feeding it to
> > internet users.
> > The issue we have is that the server will not be directly attached to
> > the internet. It will be connected to an internal network that uses
> > internal addresses (10.1.2.3 for example). DNAT (a.k.a. port
> > forwarding) will be used at the firewall to forward in coming
> > connections to the server. But in the end the address on the network
> > interface on the Red5 server will not be the same one that the
> > internet client will actually use. I have heard that this is a
> > problem.
> > I looked though the list archives and the wiki and I could not find
> > any mention of this problem.
> > Can you point me to any instruction on how to use Red5 in this
> > configuration?
> > Is there a config option that I can use to tell Red5 what it's
> > externally visible IP address is? (because I suspect the problem is
> > that the server tell the client it's IP address, but it sends the
> > internal IP address instead of the true internet one, so it doesn't
> > work. Is this correct?)
> > Thanks a lot.
> > -Arthur
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