ipchains Masquerading module for RTSP/QuickTime Streaming?

ipchains Masquerading module for RTSP/QuickTime Streaming?

Post by Jim Elliot » Mon, 30 Aug 1999 04:00:00

Well, I seem to be having the same problems that were described on
FreshMeat when trying to run Apple's free application-level proxy for
QuickTime Streaming (RTSP/RTP). The proxy crashes unceremoniously when
I try actually connecting to a QuickTime streaming site with my Mac.

Does anyone know if progress is being made on a Linux kernel module
that understands these protocols, so that it can be handled
transparently by the ipchains masquerading system?

If not, anyone have good pointers on documentation where I could learn
how to write one and share it with the world?


1. ipchains and quicktime streaming


I'm trying to connect to quicktime streaming servers on my PPC running
Mac OS 9.0.4 and Quicktime 4.1.2.
The mac is behind my gateway/ firewall running linux ppc2000 kernel
2.2.14 and ipchains 1.3.9 .
All the other clients ( irc, ftp, realaudio,.. ) are working fine.

The quicktime client stays on "requested data" and Ican see that the
data is sended to my gateway but doesn't go to my second ethernet card.

I have tried ipmasqadm without succes :
ipmasqadm autofw -A -r udp 6970 6999 -h
ipmasqadm autofw -A -r tcp 554 554 -h

If i try to run rtsp proxy server then I have a core dump when the
client is connecting to the server.

Any suggestions ?

Thanks in advance


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