Am 13.11.2010 11:23, schrieb Klaus Schmidinger:
However, my suggestion would be to implement authentication, encryption
and compression as an externel "layer". Much like a proxy, which offers
a secure port to the outside world, and internally connects to the
standard SVDRP interface of VDR. That way, all security relevant code
would be separate from VDR (it's a video recorder, not "Fort Knox" ;-)
and anyone going through that gateway could make full use of all SVDRP
commands, including those implemented by plugins.


I also thought about this but this doesn't solve:
- limitation to single SVDRP connection only
- (complete) epg data access rather slow
- high cpu load during intensive SVDRP operations

(The last one should be no offense and I'm only putting together what I've got as feedback so far and found in the vdrwiki)

I tend to agree with Dieter (and a few comments in vdrportal)... what the live-plugin currently does is about the fastest method of data transfer we could possibly have, so why not build on this? @Dieter: I haven't looked at the live internals in too much detail, for what part is tntnet being used and would we need to reuse this for the xml-http/JSON idea? tntnet and boost are not really common or light-weight, is there a simpler solution for that?

In regards to the proxy solution I completely agree with Klaus, but I don't want to reinvent the wheel either, so when taking into consideration Dieter's suggestion to create an universal xml-http or JSON interface this could be easily (reverse) proxied using existing solutions such as apache/mod_proxy (with the authentication part done by apache).



Best regards,
   Christian


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