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Thread: Landing page or startup page of WOWZA server

  1. #1
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    Jul 2015

    Question Landing page or startup page of WOWZA server


    I have successfully installed Trial version of WOWZA server.

    WOWZA Server is running at at 80/1935 Port number

    When I enter the URL http://IPAddress:80 or http://IPAddress:1935 i get below message in the browser,

    Wowza Streaming Engine 4 Trial Edition (Expires: ExpiryDate) 4.1.0 build12602

    As I want to redirect based on URL, so i need to know which page or which script is getting executed that displays the expiry date.

    Thanks in Advance

  2. #2


    Hello there and welcome to the Wowza support forum.

    Can you please explain what you are trying to do as it is not clear from your initial question.

    Thank you.


  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2015


    Hi Salvadore,

    I have a website call and it is pointing to a public IP. I have installed wowza on that particular IP address with port 1935 and 80 enabled.

    When i type it shows the expiry date of my wowza, as it is running on port 80. But that is not i want. I need to load my website which is hosted in IIS with port 81. So i need to redirect wowza landing page to my IIS in port 81.

    So where is the exact location of this landing page which shows the expiry date of wowza. Only then i can redirect to my website. In Flash media server you have a index.html in the rootfolder. Is there a similar type html page in wowza. Please let me know what changes should i make to redirect.

    FYI i cannot change the ports of wowza or IIS. I have installed wowza in Windows server 2008.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Sep 2011


    Currently the information you're getting is from the HTTPProvider at the bottom of the HTTPProviders container in the [Wowza-Install]/conf/VHost.xml file.
    The bottom HTTPProvider is called "HTTPServerVersion" has a RequestFilters as "*" to match-all that didn't find a match above it.

    Removing the HTTPProvider called HTTPServerVersion from the configuration below port 80 will stop the information being provided.
    You would need to write a custom HTTPProvider which uses RequestFilters * which either replaces the HTTPServerVersion or you'll need to change the HTTPServerVersion's RequestFilters from * to something else.

    You can get hands-on assistance if required using the Find a consultant forum


  5. #5
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    Jul 2015



    We found a link which says HTTPProvider to redirect to your website

    We have tried this link and we are not able to achieve anything. Questions like where to place the jar file? This website was posted on July 9 2015. Can anyone suggest detailed description how to do it. As we are new to Wowza we dont have hands on experience in this. If anyone have tried please let us know how its done.

    It will be very useful to provide us any links that are related to redirecting in wowza.

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