RealVideo reverse proxy
mike at sentex.net
Tue Mar 7 16:16:52 PST 2006
At 06:05 PM 07/03/2006, Julian Elischer wrote:
>Mike Tancsa wrote:
>>A customer of ours has a requirement to do some very infrequent
>>real video broadcasting using Sony Anycast equipment. Is there any
>>way on FreeBSD to act as a reverse proxy for them ?
>>Ideally, I would like to setup something like
>>Sony Anycast video
>>that puts out ---------DSL------FreeBSD server---- multiple
>>clients viewing the stream via the FreeBSD server
>>Where ideally, I would like reverse proxy the stream on the FreeBSD
>>box which has proper bandwidth to the outside world. Is this
>>possible on FreeBSD ? If so, what are you using ?
>I did this with the apple streaming server for my quicktime streams
>but I doubt that it works for
>a real stream.. (might check though)
Thanks, I am just in the process of installing the Darwin server
now. I am wondering if there would be enough CPU power to convert
the stream real time via mencoder or ffmpeg. Will have to experiment a bit.
>didn't the Real (TM) server run on freeBSD at one stage?
The only Real server I found were the commercial ones ? I seem to
recall there used to be a free server for a limited amount of
streams, but this customer needs 25-40.
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