At some point, you may want to know what port or server you are connecting to when you access a Breeze meeting. This may be valuable for troubleshooting client-side connectivity issues or cluster failover.
In order to get the RTMP connection string for your Breeze Meeting session, you will need to:
You will get a connection string that will show you the Breeze server domain, the protocol, and the port you are connecting on.
An example of the full string would be:
Where (in this example):
rtmp is the protocol you are using to connect to Breeze Meeting. This stands for Real Time Messaging Protocol.
ps-breezewin2.macromedia.com is the FQDN of the Breeze server.
:1935 is the port that you are connected on.