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Hi,

We have deployed AMS cluster using 2-AMS Origin Servers and 2-AMS Edge Servers. The load balancer being using is Citrix Netscaler where SSL is offloading and requests forwarded to the AMS cluster accordingly. We are using the ios SDK with websocket connection for publishing the stream and initiating the conference call, and REST API for room checks and other options. The problem we are facing is that the merged stream is not able to view. Though individual streams are able to view.

Can  you highlight if there is anything else to add?

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On 4/7/2022 at 3:09 PM, M S said:

Hi,

We have deployed AMS cluster using 2-AMS Origin Servers and 2-AMS Edge Servers. The load balancer being using is Citrix Netscaler where SSL is offloading and requests forwarded to the AMS cluster accordingly. We are using the ios SDK with websocket connection for publishing the stream and initiating the conference call, and REST API for room checks and other options. The problem we are facing is that the merged stream is not able to view. Though individual streams are able to view.

Can  you highlight if there is anything else to add?

Hi @M S,
How are you!

Can you please let us know how you are creating the Merged stream!

While creating the conference room with REST API, you can pass mode parameter with "mcu" 

curl -i -X POST -H "Accept: Application/json" -H "Content-Type: application/json" "http://localhost:5080/WebRTCAppEE/rest/v2/broadcasts/conference-rooms" -d '{"roomId":"room58","mode":"mcu"}'
 

If you are already doing the above, please make sure that all the participants of a particular room are being forwarded to the same node in cluster.

We can discuss this further to make sure that it works properly for you.

 

Thank you 

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