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    Question Stream Name problem

    Hi,

    I have setup a live stream with a set of origin,edge and the stream named event. The stream can play normally. The problem is that a stream named "wowz%3A%2F%2Forigin%3A1935%2Flive%2F_definst_%2Fevent" generated itself and rtmp, rtsp request will connected to this stream and hls request connect to "event" which is the stream I setup. I found this problem by reading connectioncounts in edge. I can I do for prevent the unwanted stream appear and a "event" stream to serve all protocol?

    Thanks

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    Hi,

    wowz%3A%2F%2Forigin%3A1935%2Flive%2F_definst_%2Fevent
    is actually (once the hex characters are converted to ASCII)
    wowz://origin:1935/live/_definst_/event
    .

    So this is the actual URL to the stream that you created called "event" on the server called "origin". The wowz protocol is used to communicate between your origin and edge servers.


    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_S View Post
    Hi,

    wowz%3A%2F%2Forigin%3A1935%2Flive%2F_definst_%2Fevent
    is actually (once the hex characters are converted to ASCII)
    wowz://origin:1935/live/_definst_/event
    .

    So this is the actual URL to the stream that you created called "event" on the server called "origin". The wowz protocol is used to communicate between your origin and edge servers.


    Paul
    Thanks for help. Why rtmp and rtsp connection count is group to that stream but not event?

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