Seeing many "killUnidentifiedSessions" -- are viewers really being booted and why?
I'm getting tons of "killUnidentifiedSessions" messages on a new wowza server (v3.6.3) I just set up. What I'd like to know is if the server is really kicking these people off??? Please answer this question.
I'm not getting kicked off when I'm testing and I can't find my IP listed in the access log with this kill unidentified session message so I can't tell if it's kicking all these other people off or if so, why.
All viewer access is via a single HLS connection on a single web page and using JW player. Ive been using this successfully for some months using an older version of Wowza server and so I can't understand what "not enough data to determine protocol" might be indicating here. But I'm really alarmed if these people are constantly getting kicked off of our live service broadcast--if so, they will probably just decide it's broken and quit trying--and we depend on interested people (donors) to exist.
Here is a part of the JW Player string that calls a smil file:
Any ideas on why this might represent "ambiguous or insufficient instructions as to protocol" for some people and not others? Seems to affect about 1/3 of viewers looking at access logs. And I really need to know if this is kicking people off and forcing them to reconnect--as the logs seem to show....thanks
Yes, sorry, we discussed finally today. It might be port scanning, or possibly related dropped connections, though looks more like port scanning, something in your network, but definitely not anything that would kick off active clients. It is INFO message, so just informational, not indicating any problem.