Setting up the HTTP Listener for Myriad Playout v5 to allow remote control


Setting up the HTTP Listener for Myriad Playout v5 to allow remote...

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Myriad can accept incoming TCP connections from other software. There are 2 options in Playout Settings to control this - the first allows other Myriad v5 based tools to connect and the second allows basic HTTP connections.

By default HTTP connections are not allowed for security reasons. Once you turn on the option in Settings you will also need to enable this feature from within Windows. Run an 'Elevated Command Prompt' (aka Run Command Prompt as Administrator) and run this command:      
You will also need to enter these commands into the command prompt to allow the connection through the Windows Firewall (Note, the first command removes any older firewall rules)    
  • netsh advfirewall firewall delete rule name="Myriad Playout v5 HTTP Connection" dir=in protocol=TCP localport=9180
  • netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="Myriad Playout v5 HTTP Connection" dir=in action=allow protocol=TCP localport=9180
 

 


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Broadcast Radio Ltd.

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