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  • Hi

    I install a program on windows server 2008 r2.

    It needs port 1935 and RTMP, I open this port, TCP and UDP, inbound and outbound, but program does not work

    When I turn off firewall, it works

    I think firewall reject traffic that doesn't use the HTTP protocol. This behavior can prevent communication over RTMP even if port 1935 is open.

    How can I configure firewall to allow RTMP TRAFFIC?

    segunda-feira, 29 de abril de 2013 07:15

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  • Hi

    I install a program on windows server 2008 r2.

    It needs port 1935 and RTMP, I open this port, TCP and UDP, inbound and outbound, but program does not work

    When I turn off firewall, it works

    I think firewall reject traffic that doesn't use the HTTP protocol. This behavior can prevent communication over RTMP even if port 1935 is open.

    How can I configure firewall to allow RTMP TRAFFIC?

    Check this manual on how to configure Windows firewall:

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc875811.aspx

    You should be interested in "Add Program" and "Add Port" buttons.


    StarWind iSCSI SAN & NAS

    segunda-feira, 29 de abril de 2013 16:35
  • I don’t have only one file that select it in program
    And my windows is windows server 2008 r2
    I need to
    How can I Configure firewall, to allow RTMP traffic?
    from port 80 and 1935

    terça-feira, 30 de abril de 2013 04:22
  • I don’t have only one file that select it in program
    And my windows is windows server 2008 r2
    I need to
    How can I Configure firewall, to allow RTMP traffic?
    from port 80 and 1935

    Use this guide:

    http://www.2x.com/blog/2010/04/tech/configuring-the-windows-server-2008-r2-firewall-to-open-ports-for-2x-solutions/

    Replacing port numbers with the ones you want to unblock.


    StarWind iSCSI SAN & NAS

    terça-feira, 30 de abril de 2013 11:02
  • I don’t have only one file that select it in program
    And my windows is windows server 2008 r2
    I need to
    How can I Configure firewall, to allow RTMP traffic?
    from port 80 and 1935

    Use this guide:

    http://www.2x.com/blog/2010/04/tech/configuring-the-windows-server-2008-r2-firewall-to-open-ports-for-2x-solutions/

    Replacing port numbers with the ones you want to unblock.


    StarWind iSCSI SAN & NAS

    I am set firewall with this configure, but does not working

    Inbound

    Protocol type: tcp

    Local port: Specific port 1935

    Remote port: all port

     

    Protocol type: udp

    Local port: Specific port 1935

    Remote port: all port

     

    Outbound

    Protocol type: tcp

    Local port: all port

    Remote port: Specific port 1935

     

    Protocol type: udp

    Local port: all port

    Remote port: Specific port 1935

     

    I think firewall reject traffic that doesn't use the HTTP protocol. This behavior can prevent communication over RTMP even if port 1935 is open.

    How can I configure firewall to allow RTMP traffic?

    domingo, 5 de maio de 2013 04:06
  • 1) For experiment toggle firewalling OFF completely to see is this really a firewall issue (do not keep it turned OFF forewer).

    2) Find a rule for port 80 and just copypasta it with 1935.

    3) Stick with RTMPT as it does RTMP-over-HTTP, uses HTTP protocol and port and should bypass any firewall not filtering out HTTP.


    StarWind iSCSI SAN & NAS

    domingo, 5 de maio de 2013 09:33
  • 1) For experiment toggle firewalling OFF completely to see is this really a firewall issue (do not keep it turned OFF forewer).

    2) Find a rule for port 80 and just copypasta it with 1935.

    3) Stick with RTMPT as it does RTMP-over-HTTP, uses HTTP protocol and port and should bypass any firewall not filtering out HTTP.


    StarWind iSCSI SAN & NAS

    1. When I turn off firewall, it works
    2. Create port 1935
    3. I don’t know, how can I uses HTTP protocol and port and should bypass any firewall not filtering out HTTP

    My problem is this, send RTMP-over-HTTP, how can I set windows server 2008 r2 firewall for this?


    • Editado amsz quarta-feira, 8 de maio de 2013 03:32
    segunda-feira, 6 de maio de 2013 04:10
  • help.
    quarta-feira, 8 de maio de 2013 03:33
  • nobody can help me?

    3) Stick with RTMPT as it does RTMP-over-HTTP, uses HTTP protocol and port and should bypass any firewall not filtering out HTTP.

    domingo, 12 de maio de 2013 03:31