[rtmpdump] r133 - in trunk: rtmpdump.c streams.c swfvfy.c
hyc at highlandsun.com
Wed Dec 30 03:56:06 CET 2009
> On Tue, 29 Dec 2009 15:45:52 -0800, Howard Chu wrote:
>> hyc wrote:
>>> Author: hyc
>>> Date: Tue Dec 29 23:47:18 2009
>>> New Revision: 133
>>> Add "ask" param, don't talk to HTTP server if we already have cached hash
>> It seems that servers with hotlink protection don't like you downloading the
>> SWFurl a second time. So manual hashing may still be the most reliable approach...
> i bet its just an http referrer check. try adding a referrer.
> using the swf url as the http referrer should do it.
> e.g. with wget http://some.com/file.swf will be refused
> wget --referrer="http://some.com/" http://some.com/file.swf
> will work.
Well, that could be yet another issue. The case I was seeing was that the HTTP
server allows the request, but then the RTMP server kills the connection. If I
don't talk to the HTTP server, the RTMP session proceeds without any trouble.
(Then again, maybe setting the referrer here will fix that too, I'll play with
it a bit...)
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