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I switched from subscription setup to running my own AWS instance via AWS Marketplace to scale to my needs.

However, the AWS AMI doesn't enable SSL by default, so can't ssh and can't use WebRTC. Didn't have that issue with another AMI image I recently tried. Using a t2.xlarge instance. Can connect and login via http://<ip>:5080 and that is working ok. Can create and stream to it via RTMP, but the play button doesn't work and the iframe doesn't work either.

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I am using instances for scaling and was able to write an ssh script to enable SSL using the enable_ssl script once the instance it running.  The tricky bit is having a url with your domain pointing to the instance.  I used route 53 to dynamically assign a host name which I pass into the script. 

I think the load balancer is a better idea if you will be running at least 1 instance continuously. I am Only need them periodically.   

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OK, I think I saw those reference and posts. I'll have to think how to best do that, looking for a solution that I can spin-up on demand more quickly because I need this about twice a month right now and don't want to keep it just sitting there in-between. I had the hosted solution by AntMedia for the last two months, but $100/mo was not cost effective for my use. So was hoping that image had everything I needed.

The other solution I tried out was Web Call Server 5 by Flashphoner, which does similar things, just not with as good a UI. But when I spin their marketplace image up on an instance, it comes with SSL attached and everything. So I don't have to worry about any of that. Wonder how they do that?

All I need is a RTMP -> WebRTC relay to attain a low latency playback of a stream in a browser / iOS based player for a single viewer. If Wowza had WebRTC in their cloud solution, that would be my other choice, But it's HLS only still.

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On Sunday, June 21, 2020 at 1:49:32 PM UTC-4, Justin Hirsch wrote:
I am using instances for scaling and was able to write an ssh script to enable SSL using the enable_ssl script once the instance it running.  The tricky bit is having a url with your domain pointing to the instance.  I used route 53 to dynamically assign a host name which I pass into the script. 

I think the load balancer is a better idea if you will be running at least 1 instance continuously. I am Only need them periodically.   

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