[Live-devel] Nat and RTCP
Gabriele De Luca
gabriele.deluca at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 18 00:39:48 PST 2008
Thanks for your answer,
maybe I explained badly.
I would like to know whether opening the socket for communication with another application (perhaps using the functions of the operating system) going into conflict with the rtpgroupsock and rtcpgroupsock.
In other words, if I open a socket on port Y with another application will give me problems using
rtpGroupsock = new Groupsock (envir (), dummyAddr, serverRTPPort, 255);
where serverRTPPort is Y?
Thanks in advance
> From: gabriele.deluca at hotmail.com
> To: live-devel at ns.live555.com
> Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 17:20:01 +0100
> Subject: Re: [Live-devel] Nat and RTCP
> I have another question.
> If I have another application that I will open the socket audio and video, how can I fix OnDemandServerMediaSubsession order to avoid reopening a socket already opened (so that he can use without opening it)?
> Thanks in advance
>> Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 05:14:02 -0800
>> To: live-devel at ns.live555.com
>> From: finlayson at live555.com
>> Subject: Re: [Live-devel] Nat and RTCP
>>>it is a blasphemy to speak of RTCP on the same port RTP to have
>>>fewer problems with NAT?
>> Yes (it's not just 'blasphemy'; it won't work).
>> One thing you can do, however, is use RTP/RTCP-over-TCP streaming
>> (using the RTSP channel). That way, you need only relay one (TCP)
>> port number - the one for RTSP (by default, that's 554).
>> Ross Finlayson
>> Live Networks, Inc.
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>> live-devel at lists.live555.com
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