On Wednesday 10 October 2007 16:56:59 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > I have a client that has video cameras (D-Link) and wants to stream video > on his Web site. The problem is that his Internet connection is such that > the IP address is dynamic. Can I push the data to my server? How? I don't > need to store it; I just need to make it available for viewing. Tutorials > somewhere? TIA,
Probably easiest solved using dyndns.com or similar services. Or setup your own. The website uses a hostname. As soon as he connects, he updates the DNS to his new IP using the various programs available to do that. Then the website doesn't care what his IP is. If this isn't an option, it depends what he's using to stream the video. Icecast on your server would do the job. If the mount point isn't connected by a client, it will return 404. I remember from a few years back, Apple's and Real's media servers have similar features. Your customer should then be configured to stream to your server.  audio/icecast2  audio/ices -- Mel _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"