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securing the input side of ffserver

Postby neuronetv » Thu May 25, 2017 3:31 pm

is there any way to secure the input side of ffserver? eg: input stream requiring a username and password?
I run ffserver it on a vps and the video stream can be viewed by anyone - this is the way I want it, Problem is there seems to be no way to ensure that I am the only one providing the input stream. At the moment I can find no way to stop someone else streaming their own video to my vps. Is there a solution for this?
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