The server object is the object listening for connections on a port and creating GstRTSPClient objects to handle those connections.
The server will listen on the address set with gst_rtsp_server_set_address and the port or service configured with gst_rtsp_server_set_service. Use gst_rtsp_server_set_backlog to configure the amount of pending requests that the server will keep. By default the server listens on the current network (0.0.0.0) and port 8554.
The server will require an SSL connection when a TLS certificate has been set in the auth object with gst_rtsp_auth_set_tls_certificate.
To start the server, use gst_rtsp_server_attach to attach it to a GMainContext. For more control, gst_rtsp_server_create_source and gst_rtsp_server_create_socket can be used to get a GSource and GSocket respectively.
gst_rtsp_server_transfer_connection can be used to transfer an existing socket to the RTSP server, for example from an HTTP server.
Once the server socket is attached to a mainloop, it will start accepting connections. When a new connection is received, a new GstRTSPClient object is created to handle the connection. The new client will be configured with the server GstRTSPAuth, GstRTSPMountPoints, GstRTSPSessionPool and GstRTSPThreadPool.
The server uses the configured GstRTSPThreadPool object to handle the remainder of the communication with this client.
Last reviewed on 2013-07-11 (1.0.0)
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