[Red5] Red5 Installed but all ports Failed
walter at waltertak.com
Thu Jul 17 08:42:25 PDT 2008
> Apologies, when i get home I will give you notes and stats on what i did.
> But I just realized something, probably nothing, but can the version of
> I am running be causing problems?
> I am running 1.6 and I read somewhere that Red5 requires 1.5? true?
You might need 1.6 on newer versions of the trunk, not sure about that but
1.6 definately works.
Your problems are more related to ipv4 and Red5 not binding to the correct
ip and port, thanks to the specific combination of linux distro + java.
After you fixed the [rtmp.host] setting to your 'real world IP' and can see
that Red5 actually is listening on either that IP or 0.0.0.0 (= all
interfaces/ip-adresses) then you can
start to connect with a client from your workstation to the server.
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