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Hallo all One my client have a firewall that stop port 1935 on FlashMedia Server. I looked for HTTP Tunneling in FMS doentation but i cant open my tunneling!!! I modified my Adaptor.xml file in: <HostPort>:1935, 80, 443</HostPort> ....but nothing.... something wrong??? Bye Roberto.......

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    Default [FMS] - HTTP Tunneling

    Hallo all

    One my client have a firewall that stop port 1935 on FlashMedia Server.
    I looked for HTTP Tunneling in FMS doentation but i cant open my
    tunneling!!!

    I modified my Adaptor.xml file in:

    <HostPort>:1935, 80, 443</HostPort>

    ....but nothing....

    something wrong???

    Bye
    Roberto....


    ::: robman ::: Guest

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    Default Re: [FMS] - HTTP Tunneling

    Do you have any other devices on the server that might need port 80 (like an
    http server) running on the same IP? If so, that's your problem. Only one
    device can listen to a single port on a given IP. If you have an http server,
    chances are it has grabbed port 80, and FMS doesn't have access to it.

    The solution is to give FMS it's own IP address.

    JayCharles Guest

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    Default Re: [FMS] - HTTP Tunneling

    Hi JayCharles

    ....but is right my modification in Adaptor.xml file??

    <HostPort>:1935, 80, 443</HostPort>



    "JayCharles" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:e165kv$av$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Do you have any other devices on the server that might need port 80 (like
    an
    > http server) running on the same IP? If so, that's your problem. Only one
    > device can listen to a single port on a given IP. If you have an http
    server,
    > chances are it has grabbed port 80, and FMS doesn't have access to it.
    >
    > The solution is to give FMS it's own IP address.
    >

    ::: robman ::: Guest

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    Default Re: [FMS] - HTTP Tunneling

    Yes! it work now

    Thank JayCharles! i had IIS that grabb port 80....


    "::: robman :::" <robmanNOSPAMtiscali.it> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:e1d660$p5d$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Hi JayCharles
    >
    > ...but is right my modification in Adaptor.xml file??
    >
    > <HostPort>:1935, 80, 443</HostPort>
    >
    >
    >
    > "JayCharles" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
    > news:e165kv$av$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > > Do you have any other devices on the server that might need port 80
    (like
    > an
    > > http server) running on the same IP? If so, that's your problem. Only
    one
    > > device can listen to a single port on a given IP. If you have an http
    > server,
    > > chances are it has grabbed port 80, and FMS doesn't have access to it.
    > >
    > > The solution is to give FMS it's own IP address.
    > >
    >
    >

    ::: robman ::: Guest

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