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Dear All, I'm Using Flash Media Server Edition in Redhat Enterprise Edition 4. I'm Using VMWare that Run 2 FMS In Server. VMWARE1( Redhat Enterprise Edition 4): 192.168.33.30 VMWARE2( Redhat Enterprise Edition 4): 192.168.33.31 Both OS Run in One Machine Server. But When I Call FMS Video from Flash Action Script, VMWARE1 run successfully. But When I call FMS Video From VMWARE2 it not Run.Why Like That? Please Tell me Thanks, Rinto H...

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    Dear All,

    I'm Using Flash Media Server Edition in Redhat Enterprise Edition 4. I'm Using
    VMWare that Run 2 FMS In Server.
    VMWARE1( Redhat Enterprise Edition 4): 192.168.33.30
    VMWARE2( Redhat Enterprise Edition 4): 192.168.33.31

    Both OS Run in One Machine Server. But When I Call FMS Video from Flash
    Action Script, VMWARE1 run successfully. But When I call FMS Video From VMWARE2
    it not Run.Why Like That?

    Please Tell me

    Thanks,

    Rinto H


    Rinto Harianja Guest

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    I bet it has to do with port bindings. By default, no IP is defined in the FMS
    configs, so I suspect it binds to port 1935,80,111 on all available IP's (sort
    of like IIS does). If that;s the case, you should be able to fix it by binding
    each FMS to a specific IP.

    That said, I'm fairly certain that running 2 dev editions like that is a
    violation of the EULA.

    JayCharles Guest

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