[rtmpdump] rtmpdump error: RTMP_ReadPacket, failed to read RTMP packet header
smithjohngroup at gmail.com
Tue Dec 21 00:08:14 CET 2010
On Sun, 19 Dec 2010 15:49:10 -0800, Howard Chu <hyc at highlandsun.com>
> >>> I was wondering if the problem with the new Flash 10 handshake was
> >>> solved ?
> >> As far as I know, nobody is working on it, and nobody has expressed
> >> any intention of working on it.
> >>> I assume that's again the new Flash 10 handshake. Is there any
> >>> progress on this front ? Can I help on something ?
> >> Feel free to jump into the code.
> > I have some knowledge on C coding, but only at application level
> > (not any kernel-drivers stuff). How long do you think that it would
> > take for a beginner (who knows C but doesn't have a clue on
> > rtmpdump or network protocol) to solve this thing ? I would really
> > like to help, but my skills seems quite limited...
> >>> Thanks in advance,
> >>> Here is the verbose output:
> >> Get the full debug output (-z) to verify that it's actually an
> >> issue with the SWFVerification. This output didn't show the actual
> >> bytes of the SWFVerification request.
> > Thanks for your answer !
> > Here is the full debug:
> Another thing - since this is a regular RTMP stream and not
> encrypted, you can just get a packet trace of the real client to
> compare. That would definitely be useful. Use tcpdump or wireshark on
> Linux if you've got them.
Hum can you describe what to do exactly ?
Or point me to somewhere when the procedure is described ?
Should I just start wireshark/tcpdump, launch the real client, wait 2-3
s of video playing and send you the output ?
Thanks for your help !
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