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Does Youtube server support RTSP over HTTP Tunneling?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by mikeyb2k, Jul 9, 2012.

  1. mikeyb2k

    mikeyb2k BANNED BANNED

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    Title Says it all!!
     
  2. mikeyb2k

    mikeyb2k BANNED BANNED

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    Does no one here know the answer to this?.. hmmm
     
  3. playerb

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    it depends on your http proxy, not the youtube server. if your http proxies support the CONNECT method then yes they'll work.

    perhaps you should do some actual testing instead of asking if people know ;]
     
  4. 39ster

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    This. Youtube doesn't need to know anything about HTTP tunneling. If the HTTP tunneling is implemented properly in the proxy, then the server (youtube) will think it's just another generic TCP connection. The proxy would just forward the data you're sending to it (without any modification) to the youtube server, and vice versa. It would work similarly to SOCKS proxies.
     
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