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From Tapas Mishra <mightydre...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] multiple streaming servers in a cloud
Date Mon, 09 Aug 2010 05:17:45 GMT
Hi,
 I am not sure if this is the right place to ask this
 question.
Please go through the question if you have any
suggestion let me know .



I have multiple streaming servers(Red5)
 running on some machines internally on LAN.
For different subdomains.
Server is Ubuntu 10.04

The front end to the world is apache2 on a Bastion Host.

To be able to reach the streaming server I
embed a javascript in HTML pages
as follows
 Code:

<embed .....
var="rtmp://site1.m <http://ocw.openitup.in/>y_domain.com"

>


the problem is the website are many

site1.mydomain.com
site2.mydomain.com
site3.mydomain.com
site4.mydomain.com

each on a separate physical server.
Each of these four have their own Red5
<http://code.google.com/p/red5/>installations the front end to each of
these four is a common Bastion Host.

If I run rtmp on each of the subdomains at a different port

how will I make sure
a request such as
rtmp://site1.mydomain.com
rtmp://site2.mydomain.com

goes to their respective servers.
from the front end server.
What do I need to handle in this case ?

IPTABLES came to mind instantly but from the client browser on internet when
some one requests
rtmp://site1.mydomain.com

how will I make sure this rtmp request is mapped to a port different than
1935 as there are three other streaming servers which are also to respond to
their respective requests
?

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