[rtmpdump] r271 - in tags/rel-2.1d: . README
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Tue Feb 23 01:30:19 CET 2010
Date: Tue Feb 23 01:30:18 2010
New Revision: 271
tags/rel-2.1d/ (props changed)
--- tags/rel-2.1d/README Sun Feb 21 18:29:05 2010 (r270)
+++ tags/rel-2.1d/README Tue Feb 23 01:30:18 2010 (r271)
@@ -117,10 +117,8 @@ when you know the hostname of the RTMP s
running rtmpsrv on your machine. (This approach should work on any OS; on
Windows you would edit %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts.)
-On Linux you can also use iptables to redirect all outbound RTMP traffic.
-You can do this as root:
-iptables -t nat -A OUTPUT -p tcp --dport 1935 -j REDIRECT
+On Linux you can also use iptables to redirect all outbound RTMP traffic. You
+need to be running as root in order to use the iptables command.
In my original plan I would have the transparent proxy running as a special
user (e.g. user "proxy"), and regular Flash clients running as any other user.
@@ -130,7 +128,9 @@ iptables rule would look like this:
iptables -t nat -A OUTPUT -p tcp --dport 1935 -m owner \! --uid-owner proxy \
-A rule like the above will be needed to use rtmpsuck.
+A rule like the above will be needed to use rtmpsuck. Note that you should
+replace "proxy" in the above command with an account that actually exists
+on your machine.
Using it in this mode takes advantage of the Linux support for IP redirects;
in particular it uses a special getsockopt() call to retrieve the original
@@ -138,10 +138,9 @@ destination address of the connection. T
real outbound connection without any other help from the user. The equivalent
functionality may exist on other OSs but needs more investigation.
-(Based on reading the BSD ipfw manpage, these rules ought to work on BSD:
+(Based on reading the BSD ipfw manpage, this rule ought to work on BSD:
-ipfw add 40 fwd 127.0.0.1 1935 tcp from any to any 1935
-ipfw add 40 fwd 127.0.0.1 1935 tcp from any to any 1935 not uid proxy
+ipfw add 40 fwd 127.0.0.1,1935 tcp from any to any 1935 not uid proxy
Some confirmation from any BSD users would be nice.)
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