I am running the latest wowza on windows. I have 8 live streams encoded with Niagra Viewcast and am sending them to the wowza server just fine. As I start each one i open the wowza and check the stream. Stream 1 2 and 3 work fine. The 4th stream is being rec'd by wowza but it will not stream out from wowza. It does not matter which 3 streams I start, the 4th is non-functional. I tried setting a different port on each stream but that was not successful. 1 2 and 3 are working fine on port 1935. I played around with the ports on the virtual host but nothing worked there either. Does anybody know the limit on number of live streams. It is a BIG brand new dell server with 32 gig ram. I have streamed all 8 out for years from an apple mini-mac server. Can anyone please help? Thanks.
I have upgraded licensing to full. I have 8 feeds coming from a niagara viewcast encoder. The eight encoded streams come into the wowza thusly: rtmp://10.10.64.62:1935/stream1/stream1.f4v...rtmp://10.10.64.62:1935/stream8/stream8.f4v all coming into their own sub-directory under/live. I might add that all eight are viewable in on the test page. I have "Allow RTP Datagram port sharing" enabled. All eight streams work fine UNTIL there is activity on two or more stream at once. if stream1 and stream2 are live and an ios client selects my link to stream1 then STREAM1 AND STREAM2 can be heard! Does each incoming feed from the encoder need a different port? Where is that set? Please help. I not only moved from an Apple server but also to newer Wowza software and I am totally lost now. Can someone please give me an example of a Wowza server serving more than one stream? Thanks to any and all that can help.