Old 24th March 2015, 01:57   #1
mattauckland
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Two Separate Servers Same Stream AuthHash

Hi,

Quick question. I currently have an MP3 stream running on a Linux server, but I'm planning to deploy a second server running an AAC version of the stream. BUT this new server won't be relay, instead it'll take its source from my studio as the other one does.

Question is, do I use the current AuthHash on my MP3 stream for the AAC server, or do I allow it to request a separate AuthHash as normal?

Also...If I rebuild and re-deploy the MP3 server (i.e. scrub that server, and re-install), should I make of note of its current AuthHash, or just let it acquire one as normal.

Thanks,

Matt
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Old 24th March 2015, 11:01   #2
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do I use the current AuthHash on my MP3 stream for the AAC server
yes (as long as it's the same stream content and just in a different format / bitrate.

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should I make of note of its current AuthHash
yes (as should be done with any config)
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Old 24th March 2015, 18:10   #3
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Perfect DrO, thanks for the help.
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