I only need answer on my Q below, so I can take the next step with my project.
I have a Udp live streaming server at home that I want to receive and play in exoplayer.
Camera-ffmpeg-multicast-Android App or camera-ffmpeg-broadcast-Android App.
Both Multicast and Broadcast streaming working inside my home network. But also I want get the UDP stream to android app outside my private network when I’m travel or are on the work. (So I can`t change in theirs routers/firewall etc.)
1. Is it possible to make a tap tunnel or similar from server to receive the multicast/broadcast on android app with Exoplayer?
2. My network is ipv4, but when I travel it can be ipv6. Is that possible?
3. If not possible. Do you have any other idea or recommendation to make it work?
If you can help me with the questions please write “I can help you with your questions”.
The answer in questions 1 or 2 cannot be only Yes/No. In the answer you must explain how I can do it.
“I can help you with your questions” Answers: 1. Theoretically, it is possible to something like a UPD hole punching (see: [login to view URL]) to transmit the local live video stream to Daha Fazla
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