Media Flow Controller Web-Based Interface : Service Config Tab : Service Config > Delivery Protocol

Service Config > Delivery Protocol
Set delivery options—including traffic interfaces—for delivering content to the player (end-user/consumer). If the command is not specified, then no action is taken in the delivery path. These are set in the CLI with the delivery protocol commands.
Set HTTP Listen Port
Set the HTTP listen port, if needed; default is 80. See Figure 71.
Figure 71 Service Config > Delivery Protocol Page Detail (Set HTTP Listen Port)
Configure Rate Control
Set the maximum HTTP GET rate Media Flow Controller is expected to handle. Default is 30,000. This command cannot be deleted. See Figure 72.
Figure 72 Service Config > Delivery Protocol Page Detail (Configure Rate Control)
Configure/Add Selected HTTP Listen Interfaces
Specify the set of interfaces on which the media delivery protocol listens for incoming requests. If not specified, the delivery protocol listens on all interfaces (default). You can specify a list of space-separated interfaces such as eth2 eth3 eth4 eth5 or eth10 eth11 eth12 eth13 eth20 eth21 eth22, and so on. Up to 10 can be specified. See Figure 73.
Figure 73 Service Config > Delivery Protocol page detail (Configure/Add Selected HTTP Listen Interfaces)
HTTP Listen Interfaces
View and/or remove selected configured listen interfaces. See Figure 74.
Figure 74 Service Config > Delivery Protocol Page Detail (HTTP Listen Interfaces)
HTTP Listen Ports
View and/or remove selected configured listen ports. See Figure 75.
Figure 75 Service Config > Delivery Protocol Page Detail (HTTP Listen Ports)

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