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On 24 June 2018 at 18:32, Ray Jender <rayjen...@gmail.com> wrote: > I am sending rtmp from OBS with the streaming set to rtmp://”HAproxy server > IP”:1935/LPC1 > frontend rtmp-in > mode tcp > acl url_LPCX path_beg -i /LPC1/ > use_backend LPC1-backend if url_LPCX > And here is the log after restarting HAproxy with mode=http: > And here is the log after restarting HAproxy with mode=tcp: You can't usefully use HTTP mode, as the traffic isn't HTTP. Haproxy doesn't speak RTMP so, in TCP mode, haproxy doesn't know how to extract path information (or anything protocol-specific) from the traffic. It can't evaluate the ACL "url_LPCX", so you can't select a backend based on it. Your best option is to have 4 frontends (or listeners) on 4 different ports, and route using that information. Jonathan