|May 7, 2008, 12:08 AM||#1|
Streaming On Demand Video on Port...?
It seems like everyone streams on Port 80. Is this true?
Quicktime Server wants to stream on Ports 554, 7070, 6970-6999, I believe. Are these routinely blocked by routers and firewalls? Is it foolhardy to use these ports?
I want to stream (real stream, not progressive download) and would like to leave Port 80 alone. I also want people in their homes to access my video without problems.
What do people do? Does everyone just end up streaming on 80?
(Will be streaming MPEG4 via OS X Server on Xserve.)
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