there are plenty of connections happening to Cirrus right now. there have been no interruptions in several weeks. the last interruption was when i moved Cirrus to new servers at our hosting provider.
the move to new servers involved a change of IP addresses. the DNS was updated weeks ago (a lookup for p2p.rtmfp.net should show 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124). the old DNS names for Cirrus point at p2p.rtmfp.net, so they should still work too.
if someone baked in IP addresses in their application, then their application would have stopped working when Cirrus moved. if you have an entry in your local /etc/hosts file for Cirrus (or whatever name the application you're trying to use is itself using for Cirrus), and you didn't update your local file, then you won't reach the new servers.
i was able to connect to Cirrus just fine, just now.
what happens if you go to
and click "CONNECT"?
what do you get if you go to
Connecting to rtmfp://p2p.rtmfp.net
NetConnection event: NetConnection.Connect.Failed
Unable to connect to rtmfp://p2p.rtmfp.net
And the second link said, Failed to connect.
What should I do ? I'm not really good with this kind of stuff.
if you could not connect to cc.rtmfp.net, that means you must have UDP (at least on port 1935) blocked, by something. are you trying to connect from your home network or from work? many IT departments block UDP entirely, or nearly entirely.
I'm on a home network, so what do I do ?
look for anything on your computer, home router, or service provider that is blocking UDP port 1935, and potentially other UDP ports. also make sure that Flash Player is up-to-date.
cc.rtmfp.net would at least connect if UDP port 1935 was allowed.
when connecting to cc.rtmfp.net, do you get "Failed to connect" immediately, or after a delay?
are you on a Mac, Windows, "other"? are you using Safari, Chrome, Firefox, IE, "other"? if possible, try using a different computer or different browser and see if you get different results.
Also this is only happening on my laptop, and after a delay.
This is on all browsers.
And I'm on windows.