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    Default Multiple HostPort comma delimited ports not working

    I have the trial, top HostPort port has 1935 by default. Tried to add ', 80' to the port and now rtmp connection fails.

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    Hi,
    Please can you post that section of the VHost.xml so we can see it.

    Thanks
    Jason

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    			<HostPort>
    				<ProcessorCount>4</ProcessorCount>
    				<IpAddress>*</IpAddress>
    				<!-- Separate multiple ports with commas -->
    				<!-- 80: HTTP, RTMPT -->
    				<!-- 554: RTSP -->
    				<Port>1935, 80</Port>
    				<HTTPIdent2Response></HTTPIdent2Response>
    				<SocketConfiguration>
    					<ReuseAddress>true</ReuseAddress>
    					<!-- suggested settings for video on demand applications -->
    					<ReceiveBufferSize>65000</ReceiveBufferSize>
    					<ReadBufferSize>65000</ReadBufferSize>
    					<SendBufferSize>65000</SendBufferSize>
    					<!-- suggest settings for low latency chat and video recording applications
    					<ReceiveBufferSize>32000</ReceiveBufferSize>
    					<ReadBufferSize>32000</ReadBufferSize>
    					<SendBufferSize>32000</SendBufferSize>
    					-->
    					<KeepAlive>true</KeepAlive>
    					<!-- <TrafficClass>0</TrafficClass> -->
    					<!-- <OobInline>false</OobInline> -->
    					<!-- <SoLingerTime>-1</SoLingerTime> -->
    					<!-- <TcpNoDelay>false</TcpNoDelay> -->
    					<AcceptorBackLog>100</AcceptorBackLog>
    				</SocketConfiguration>
    				<HTTPStreamerAdapterIDs>cupertinostreaming,smoothstreaming,sanjosestreaming,dvrchunkstreaming,mpegdashstreaming</HTTPStreamerAdapterIDs>
    				<HTTPProviders>
    					<HTTPProvider>
    						<BaseClass>com.wowza.wms.http.HTTPCrossdomain</BaseClass>
    						<RequestFilters>*crossdomain.xml</RequestFilters>
    						<AuthenticationMethod>none</AuthenticationMethod>
    					</HTTPProvider>
    					<HTTPProvider>
    						<BaseClass>com.wowza.wms.http.HTTPClientAccessPolicy</BaseClass>
    						<RequestFilters>*clientaccesspolicy.xml</RequestFilters>
    						<AuthenticationMethod>none</AuthenticationMethod>
    					</HTTPProvider>
    					<HTTPProvider>
    						<BaseClass>com.wowza.wms.http.HTTPProviderMediaList</BaseClass>
    						<RequestFilters>*jwplayer.rss|*jwplayer.smil|*medialist.smil|*manifest-rtmp.f4m</RequestFilters>
    						<AuthenticationMethod>none</AuthenticationMethod>
    					</HTTPProvider>
    					<HTTPProvider>
    						<BaseClass>com.wowza.wms.http.HTTPServerVersion</BaseClass>
    						<RequestFilters>*</RequestFilters>
    						<AuthenticationMethod>none</AuthenticationMethod>
    					</HTTPProvider>
    				</HTTPProviders>
    			</HostPort>
    Last edited by roger_l; 10-22-2013 at 02:41 PM. Reason: add code blocks

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    Take a look at [install-dir]/logs/wowzamediaserver_access.log. When Wowza attempts to startup, do you see anything that looks like this?

    Bind failed, try again ([any]:80): java.net.BindException: Address already in use: bind
    Wowza can't share a port with another server application. Do you have anything else running on the server that's listening on port 80?

    -Tim

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