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comment How can I simulate blocking RTMP over port 80 on Windows?
In this case, there is only one host
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comment How can I simulate blocking RTMP over port 80 on Windows?
Ok cool, I can try Squid. But then how (specifically on Windows, since that's what I'm running) can I force all TCP traffic to use that proxy server? In my LAN settings, for example, I can see where to specify the proxy server address and port, but it doesn't seem to be sending RTMP traffic to that proxy -- only the basics, like HTTP, FTP, etc. Is there some way I can force all TCP (including RTMP) to use that proxy?
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comment How can I simulate blocking RTMP over port 80 on Windows?
Ok. Have any recommendations for the proxy server or application firewall?
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Worked like a charm! Thanks much -- this saved me a ton of time.
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