I'm not quite understand what you are seeing. You would not see the pool stream while viewing 231.stream directly. You should see 231.stream source being played on the "pool" stream when it is started.
With Loop until live setup, and running, a user view the the output stream "pool" will see your looping .mp4 files until 231.stream is started. 231.stream should be a .stream file in the /content folder that contains a rtsp or udp url pointing to a IP camera or mpeg-ts encoder.
What stream type do you have set on your application?
If you have it set to
rtp-live, then this is most likely why it is not working.
You must set it to
live and use the Stream Manager or Startup Streams to start the ip camera stream.
The reason it won't work is that the live-repeater and rtp-live stream types are designed to make an on-demand connection to the remote source. They will ignore the stream created by the scheduler and try to connect to a remote source that has the same name. This is just the way that these stream types work and it cannot be changed.
When the stream type is set to live, and the stream is started using the Stream Manager or Startup Streams, Wowza will try to connect to the remote source every 12 seconds and if that connection is successful then the loop module will switch to the live source stream. When the source goes away, the loop stream will switch back to the vod file.
If you are still having issues then please zip up your conf & logs folders and send to
email@example.com. Please provide a description of the problem and a link to this and your other thread.