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FMS connection Stop with rtmpt protocol.

Jun 30, 2010 8:11 AM

Hi ,

 

I am publishing my live stream with rtmpt protocol on port 80,to overcome network proxy.

But  after 10 to 15 minutes (telecast) video get stuck and connection get lost.But i don't

have this problem when i use rtmp protocol with port 1935. please reply if i need to do some thing else.

 

Regards

Nitesh Kumar

 
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    Jun 30, 2010 1:56 PM   in reply to niteshkumar

    Nitesh,

     

    This sounds like this could be a proxy issue at the client end.  See this article

     

    http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/000/1ccfec30.html

     

    Under "Proxy server configuration "

     
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    Jul 23, 2013 6:04 AM   in reply to niteshkumar

    Thanks, niteshkumar,

     

    this seems also to be very helpful for the problem we encountered recently.

    But I wonder if this also works for the more light weight RTMPE protocol.

     

    Regards

    Robin

     
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    Jul 31, 2013 4:57 AM   in reply to niteshkumar

    Well, now we also established RTMPS connections on our server. It works flawlessly on our side but the client's company network have further restrictions (maybe because of their proxy configuration) so we can only use RTMPTS there (set NetConnection's proxyType to "none" instead of "best".

    So we have the tunneling again and that's why we face the same problems again like when using RTMPT.

     

    It's interesting to see that Adobe Connect is able to use RTMPS... because their app is much more stable without any kind of tunneling artefacts and it's very repsonsive, too.

    Well... we don't know exactly Adobe Connect is using RTMPTS or RTMPS because we can't install an packet inspector on the client's machines of course.

     

    Thanks,

    Robin

     
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