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Tuesday, 9 August 2016

What is RTMP, RTMPT, RTMPE, RTMPTE and RTMPS protocol?

What is  RTMP, RTMPT, RTMPE, RTMPTE and RTMPS protocol?

Question: What is RTMP?
The Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) is a streaming protocol designed by Adobe for transmission of audio, video between the flash player and server.


Question: What is RTMPT?
RTMPT is tunneled Version of RTMP.
RTMPT is designed to get rid of firewalls by sending stream packets through the standard web port.


Question: Which is better RTMP OR RTMPT?
RTMP performance is better that RTMPT.
We should use RTMPT only when RTMP is not possible due to firewalls.


Question: What is RTMPE?
RTMPE is encrypted version of RTMP.
Basically In RTMPT there is an additional security level as compare to RTMPT.


Question: What is RTMPTE?
RTMPTE is encrypted version of RTMPT.
Basically In RTMPTE there is an additional security level as compare to RTMPT.


Question: What is RTMPS?
RTMPS is RTMP over a TLS/SSL connection.



Question: Who uses the 1935 port by default?
RTMP and RTMPE with TCP Transport.
RTMFP with with UDP Transport.



Question: What are different ports used by Media Servers?
Following are different default ports used by Media Server.
Port Protocol Transport
1935 RTMP/E TCP
1935 RTMFP UDP
80 RTMP, RTMPT, HTTP TCP
8134 HTTP TCP
1111 HTTP, RTMP TCP



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