[Mpd-users] option mpp-compress

Volodymyr Kostyrko c.kworr at gmail.com
Tue Jan 31 07:11:13 PST 2006

Y-rack oout 4os!

2006/1/31, gahn <ipfreak at yahoo.com>:

> What is the command "set ccp yes mpp-compress" for? I
> noticed that it affects the configuration of the
> client (encryption). with that command in mpd.conf,
> the client must use "Optional encryption". Without
> that command, the client could use settings like
> "Maximum strength encryption".
> But in the manual:
> http://www.bretterklieber.com/mpd/doc3/mpd24.html#24
> it seems to be saying that this command must be a part
> of configuration.

  Or should it? This option should just enable MPPC
(Microsoft-Point-to-Point-Compression). And also we can see on the
same page:

The options available at the CCP layer are listed below. Note that the
STAC and MPPC options require proprietary files that are not included
with the normal mpd distribution.

  This is said generally about mpp-compress. Try to examine your log
files - if you did nothing to compile MPPC in mpd should point it out.

  Other commands in there describe MPPE
(Microsoft-Point-to-Point-Encryption). The good way of enabling
encryption for your bundle is:

set ccp yes mppc mpp-e40 mpp-e56 mpp-e128 mpp-stateless

[WBR], Arcade.

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