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Old 10-18-2013, 12:03 AM   #1
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RTMP Protocol through Squid Proxy

Hi All,
Has anyone ever got Adobe RTMP protocol working with Squid Proxy?

I have read a tonne of articles stating this is not possible.

We have allowed the required SSL Safe_Ports in Squid Proxy:

acl SSL_ports port 443 873 1935 1111 8134
We have created a direct access rule for the site we are trying to access:

acl milkbooks dstdomain always_direct allow milkbooks
We have confirmed all is good from our firewall, also we have checked on:

As you can see here RMTP fails thorough the proxy.

RMTP Default Success 8s
RMTP Port 1935 Failed 1.9s
RMTP Port 80 Failed 1.9s
RMTP Port 443 Failed 1.9s
RMTPT (Tunneling) Default Success 4.9s
RMTPT (Tunneling) Port 80 Success 4.4s
RMTPT (Tunneling) Port 443 Success 4.4s
RMTPT (Tunneling) Port 1935 Success 5s

This argument here claims the work around for RTMP is to use RTMPT:

Which has to be created by site designers. I am just throwing this out there by chance......

Thanks for your time.


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