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Redfire and RTMP

Question asked by MrRadish on Apr 27, 2011
Latest reply on Apr 28, 2011 by Dele Olajide



I am fairly new to Openfire and Redfire. I am interested in using both to create pre configured point to point video conferences over both corporate networks and the internet. I am using Openfire 3.7.0 and Redfire and am very happy with the results I have achieved so far.


As I understand it Redfire uses RTMP protocol packaged into HTTP on port 1935 as standard. Is this correct?


Can anybody let me know how I can configure the RTMP to be encrypted (HTTPS) and also use port 443? 443 is the only port that is open throughout.


Is it possible to have both a HTTP listener and RTMP listening on the same port on a server (using server applets or similar)?


Thanks in advance.