I'm testing AMS for live broadcasting with AMSCHECK. A Flash program published a video stream at around 400Kbps. Using a Flash-based viewer, the reproduced image was fine and the AMS administration console reported the out-going bit rate was about 400Kbps per viewer (normal). Then using AMSCHECK to receive the same stream, the AMS administration console reported it was 50Kbps (of course it should have been 400Kbps). Looking at access.00.log and calculating the average streaming bitrate from the 'duration' and 'sc-stream-bytes', they corresponded to the values reported by the monitor. And changing the source configuration and increasing the stream bitrate to about 1Mbps, again AMSCHECK seemed to receive only 50Kbps. For making our stress check meaningful, we need AMSCHECK receives all the data being broadcasted. Is there any way for AMSCHECK to receive all the steam in live broadcasting?
Note that we used a modified 'livepkgr' as the application.