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    Default Wowza with IIS

    Hi,

    I have my media server with Linux running on it in which I generate mpegts content and wowza is doing an HLS streaming of this content to the external world.

    Since I might have to serve large number of HTTP clients, I'm planning to setup a separate Windows NT webserver with IIS running on it. And I want this server to stream it to the external world and not Wowza. In such a case, how shall I connect Wowza with IIS server?

    Thanks,
    BO

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    Hi,

    Any help on this? I'm unable to make Wowza communicate with IIS web server!

    ~BO

    Quote Originally Posted by jagadishkamathk View Post
    Hi,

    I have my media server with Linux running on it in which I generate mpegts content and wowza is doing an HLS streaming of this content to the external world.

    Since I might have to serve large number of HTTP clients, I'm planning to setup a separate Windows NT webserver with IIS running on it. And I want this server to stream it to the external world and not Wowza. In such a case, how shall I connect Wowza with IIS server?

    Thanks,
    BO

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    Hi,

    The only way this would work is if IIS was being used as a web cache and Wowza was configured as a HTTP Origin.

    Tutorial on how to set up Wowza as a HTTP origin is here

    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....caching-origin

    You would then need to configure IIS to point to the correct place to get the chunked data and serve out to clients, something a little beyond my knowledge.

    Andrew.

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    Default Playing Wowza live streaming on IIS Smooth Streaming Player

    I am trying to find out how to play the IIS Smooth Streaming from the Wowza server using the SmoothStreamingPlayer.html (instead of the Wowza Silverlight Player):

    https://smf.codeplex.com/wikipage?ti...aming%20Player

    This Player is using by default the following media URL link for the native IIS Smooth Streaming:

    http://IP_address/live1.isml/manifest

    How can I modify this link, if my Wowza Silverlight link looks like this:

    http://IP_address/live1/MyStream1/Manifest

    Thanks

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    That form is correct, and will work as long as you are binding to port 80, which in default installation is not true (unless it is ec2 ami). So you want to use port 1935: http://[wowza-address]:1935/live/myStream/Manifest

    Make sure you have smooth streaming enabled in your application.

    Richard

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