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    Default Using MediaCache - server log: HTTP response 302

    Hi,

    I am using Wowza 3.0.3 + MediaCache and JWPlayer for my VoD streaming system.

    For some URLs (not all) to the remote host which contains video files, the Wowza server log shows: "MediaCacheItemHTTPImpl.getItemInfo[URL]: HTTP response 302."

    I copy and paste the URL to the browser and can get the video file normally (the browser downloader comes up and starts). Then, I use web proxy debugger Fiddler and Charles to check the HTTP requests and responses. The HTTP responses for the URL (on browser) is HTTP/1.1 200 OK.

    Could anyone please explain what is happening here? and how to fix it.

    Thank you very much in deed!

    Anh

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    Anh,

    302 is a redirect code. I would check the web server you are using as content origin. Maybe there is some htaccess rule in place

    Richard

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    Thank Richard for your reply.

    I know that 302 is a redirect code. The thing is

    It is said that when a server returns a response with 302, it also specifies an address the client should immidiately redirect to. When I enters the URL to a browser, I can get the file downloaded. But when I use the URL for streaming, Wowza returns "stream not found".

    Can Wowza do the same, i.e., receiving a 302 response, getting the address in the response, and streaming the file?

    I will check the content server again though.

    Best,
    Anh


    Quote Originally Posted by rrlanham View Post
    Anh,

    302 is a redirect code. I would check the web server you are using as content origin. Maybe there is some htaccess rule in place

    Richard

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    Wowza Load Balancer sends 302 to Flash RTMP clients.
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....ncing-solution

    And for HTTP and RTSP, take a look at this article:
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....rver-side-code

    Richard

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