How can i denied access to direct link of live stream?

lsa 2016-12-06 02:12:14 UTC in Nimble Streamer


i've create a live stream using MPEGTS In, MPEGTS Out settings.

Finally a get an url: http://server_ip_address:port/server_name/channel/playlist.m3u8

I need to deny direct url to users.
For example, before Nimble, i've managed udpxy to get access to the channel from localhost:
User open in his player a current link:
http://server_ip_address:8000/udp/ip_address and nginx make proxy_pass to

Can i do something like this using Nimble?

Yury Udovichenko 2016-12-06 03:43:20 UTC 


As you noticed, Nimble generated full URLs that can be used in any way you need for your streaming use cases. If you need to change URLs by proxy or other means - that's fine, but Nimble is not able to do that.

Alex Pokotilo 2016-12-06 04:40:39 UTC 

I don't get the question.
http://server_ip_address:port/server_name/channel/playlist.m3u8 is not derect access to your source. with nginx you setup http proxy from origin and output is mpegts. if you need mpegts output from nimble your link will look like http://server_ip_address:port/server_name/channel/mpeg.2ts

if you want to setup origin->edge configuration when one nimble get source and anther receive source from the origin you can do that as well.
You can setup nimble to use source from udp proxy too.
What exactly you want to setup ?

lsa 2016-12-06 04:56:25 UTC 

I'm sorry, the problem is solved.

My task was to block access from url http://server_ip_address:nimble_port/server_name/channel/playlist.m3u8 to all users, instead that url they get another, wich listens by nginx.

I did not understood, that Nimble listen all interfaces on my server, including localhost (lo).
So i can REJECT access to http://server_ip_address:nimble_port in IPTABLES and use NGINX to proxy url that i give to users to

But i have another problem now!

I'm using HLS protocol for output and the sound of my channels is stutters all time. Can i do something with it?

Or i need to start a new topic?

Yury Udovichenko 2016-12-06 05:06:55 UTC 

Regarding specific issues please send your question to our helpdesk via

Thank you.

Alex Pokotilo 2016-12-06 05:11:45 UTC 

you can setup Nimble to listen on any ip you want. It listen all by default but you can change that.
please file new support ticket via and provide Nimble url to hear sound problems and source stream from udp proxy to make sure it's not your source issue. Please setup everything without proxies first and once sound issue gone do whatever your need even though I don't get why you need proxy.

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