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    Hello, Centos 5.6 64bits
    After install Wowza Streaming Engine panel will not open @ 8088 or 8086
    the server is working 1935.
    I did not install JAVA, the panel work on other server test without java install

    Regards
    Ja

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    Hello Ja,

    Are you running iptables? If so, try and shut it off and test the engine manager once more.
    /etc/init.d/iptables save
    /etc/init.d/iptables stop
    If it works, ensure you turn iptables back on and only allow the required ports.

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    Hello, after /etc/init.d/iptables stop

    the panel does came up, 8086/enginemanager/login.html show the same as 1935
    but 8088 does not load
    The server is running but not panel.

    Ja

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    Ja,

    Please create a support request by sending an email to support@wowza.com. Include a reference to this post and include a copy of the following files as a .zip (or other archive):

    [install-dir]/conf
    [install-dir]/logs
    [install-dir]/transcoder
    [install-dir]/manager/logs

    Thank you,

    -Tim

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    Thank you, I have upload the file to support@wowza.com
    ja

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    Hello, how do i setup live/VOD stream without using Woza engine panel, Its loadined on PLESK server which will not allow the panel to work.
    but the wowza is run ok but the panel.

    J cole

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    J Cole,

    It sounds like you want to run the manager but you have Plesk running on the same port (8088). If this is the case, you can alter the port that Wowza Streaming Engine Manager runs on by modifying the [install-dir]/manager/bin/startmgr.sh script and change the following:
    --httpPort=8088
    You'll see this listed in one of the CMD= variable setup within that script. You can change this as-needed to an available port. Otherwise, if you'd like to set the applications up manually, see the following:

    Example with RTMP based encoder, for live stream:
    How to set up live streaming using an RTMP-based encoder

    Example VOD:
    How to set up video on demand

    Thanks,

    Matt

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