[Rack] 27C3 Streaming Bandwidth

Dr. Jesus j at hug.gs
Sun Dec 26 14:04:53 PST 2010


I sent them the address.  I'll play with the QoS rules once I see some traffic.

On Sun, Dec 26, 2010 at 1:59 PM, Benny Baumann <BenBE1987 at gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Am Dienstag, den 21.12.2010, 14:09 -0800 schrieb Dr. Jesus:
>> On Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 1:58 PM, Benny Baumann <BenBE1987 at gmx.net> wrote:
>> > Hi list,
>> >
>> > In order to successfully stream the 27C3 event live into Noisebridge we
>> > should consider registering the external IPs of Noisebridge (and maybe
>> > also the Webserver as a relay) with the 27C3 team:
>> >
>> > http://events.ccc.de/2010/12/15/have-you-set-up-your-peace-mission-yet/#IPs
>> >
>> > Questions:
>> > - Which IPs to register
>>
>> 75.101.62.88/29
> Is this range registered already (details in the link above)?
>>
>> > - Which amount of bandwidth required?
>>
>> I don't know, but if it's inbound UDP traffic maybe 2 megabits would
>> be reasonable.
> According to the documentation in the 27C3 wiki it will be RTMP:
> http://events.ccc.de/congress/2010/wiki/Documentation#Streaming
>
> As multiple streams are available AND it's kinda regular that streams
> break down priorizing all RTMP traffic might be an option, with highest
> priority on the official streams which should originate in the 27C3
> subnet.
>>
>> > - What other preparations necessary?
>>
>> I should probably modify the QoS rules on the routers to avoid
>> interfering with anything else people are trying to use the circuit
>> for, but it will probably work mostly alright if I don't.
> If it doesn't people will complain anyway. ;-)
>
> Okay, regarding other preparations:
> As of 24th of Dec Patrick and I checked all (4) of the projectors if
> they worked:
> - 1 projector works fine without any notes
> - 1 projector works fine but carries a note about its fan being broken.
> We couldn't confirm this in our quick test as the fan worked properly,
> but we did no long-term test regarding overheating
> - 1 projector works fine but has 1/2 area(s) with vertical black lines.
> If necessary this projector can be used to watch the streams, although
> the vertical lines might irritate at first.
> - 1 projector needs a new bulb, but seems to work fine otherwise.
>
> The BIG SCREEN works fine too if some (unnamed) people could stop trying
> to run remote shutdowns on that maschine (or otherwise I'll change the
> login password or disable the shutdown command).
>
> Regards,
> BenBE.
>


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