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Thread: lock a rtmp stream by auth to a single server stop video hot linking

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    Default lock a rtmp stream by auth to a single server stop video hot linking

    I would like to know if there is a auth solution that I can lock my rtmp stream down to a server so when some grabs the stream location from my page they can not stream it on a second location without permission?

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    Thank you so much Richard!

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    do I need to install any modules for this to work or can I just add the lines to my Application.xml ?

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    There is a Modules collection that you can download. It's all spelled out there.

    Richard

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    ok I have place the jar in the (installation_path)/lib with the other jar files and added to my Application.xml .. here is my module section
             <Modules>
                            <Module>
                                    <Name>base</Name>
                                    <Description>Base</Description>
                                    <Class>com.wowza.wms.module.ModuleCore</Class>
                            </Module>
                            <Module>
                                    <Name>properties</Name>
                                    <Description>Properties</Description>
                                    <Class>com.wowza.wms.module.ModuleProperties</Class>
                            </Module>
                            <Module>
                                    <Name>logging</Name>
                                    <Description>Client Logging</Description>
                                    <Class>com.wowza.wms.module.ModuleClientLogging</Class>
                            </Module>
                            <Module>
                                    <Name>flvplayback</Name>
                                    <Description>FLVPlayback</Description>
                                    <Class>com.wowza.wms.module.ModuleFLVPlayback</Class>
                            </Module>
                            <Module>
                                    <Name>Hotlink Denial</Name>
                                    <Description>Hotlink Denial Module</Description>
                                    <Class>com.wowza.wms.plugin.collection.module.ModuleHotlinkDenial</Class>
                            </Module>
                    </Modules>
    and here is my Properties section:
                   <Properties>
                            <Property>
                                    <Name>domainLock</Name>
                                    <Value>www.gov.pe.ca,gov.pe.ca,localhost</Value>
                            </Property>
                    </Properties>
    The page is located at: http://www.gov.pe.ca/islandcam/index.php3

    I reload the stream in the stream manager, but I can still stream this live stream from other locations aka the JW player wizard page for one

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    I must have the order wrong .. or something I am surely missing

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    What you show looks okay. Did you restart Wowza after adding the jar? Is there a clue in the access or error log? Try running Wowza in stand-alone (/bin/startup.bat) so you can see log output in the console

    Richard

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    I did a full shutdown and startup of Wowza and that fixed it up perfectly thank you Richard

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    Cool, thanks for the update. Re-starting Wowza is always necessary after you add a .jar file to be able to use it.

    Richard

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