You can configure your localhost to any IP you want from C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc.
Also for IP and port config within AMS, you can refer to ams.ini and Server.xml found at C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Media Server 5\conf\
Let me know if you need further assistance
I have set my server admin console to link the AMS IP to my domain, and If I make a ping to my domain, I get the IP where I want AMS running.
The only changes on AMS.ini are changing the ports by using: 1935,-443,80
Also I have added the .cert and .pem files to "Adaptor.xml" file.
I have no modified anything at Server.xml. Should I?
The point is:
If I try to create a connection to "rtmp://myamsserverdomain.com" I get "ConncetionFailed" as a response.
I believe this works well with rtmp://ServerPublicIPAddress/, correct?
What you can do in that case, make an entry in the server's hosts file mapping this IP to your domain. For example -
So, now whenever this domain is hit, it will know the IP from hosts file and your connection will work.
Also, you do not need to make any changes any Server.xml.
Let me know if there is any confusion.