Re: Live Broadcst streaming to the internet
- From: "seallen via WinServerKB.com" <u50372@uwe>
- Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2009 03:06:08 GMT
Dennis, or anybody any ideas? Do I need a rule on the firewall for MMS:?
This looks like the protocol used to stream from the media server to the .asx
file on the webserver. Since I can view the media player from the local
netowork and from the webserver in the DMZ (using the external IP address) I
have to assume the problem is in the firewall. I have tried multiple ports
TCP & UDP but still no luck. HELP!
Can you play direct from the encoder?
I have tried to connect to the encoder using the URL in the media payer. I
was not successful. I could continue trying tio make thst work, but I felt
the IIS servere should work.
Do you have two IP addresses, one for the media server and one for
IIS? or how are you separating the two?
The IIS server is in the DMZ. It has a local IP address (non-routed) 192,168.
The media server is on the local network. They can see each other. I can
run the stream locally, from the IIS machine and from the other clients on
Does the media server see the encoder? Does the publishing point
Yes. It starts when executed on the LAN. Only when I try to connect from
outside the stream fails.
I get the web page, but the asx dos not start. I thought it may be the MMS;
protocol blocked at the firewall. I have opened TCP/UDP ports on the
firewall without any success.
If I run from the encoder, will I need to host the stream with a service?
If the publishing point starts, can you play directly from the media
server pub point?
[quoted text clipped - 18 lines]I have sucessfully installed Windows media encoder and server on my network
at church. I am streaming live across the intranet.
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